One of Tobago's best kept secrets, Blue Waters Inn is tucked away in its own secluded bay amongst 46 acres of lush tropical grounds. Perfectly located in Speyside on the North East coast, this area offers the very best diving in Tobago and is home to the world's largest brain coral.
The resort is nestled in one of the most beautiful bays in Tobago and provides guests with a breath-taking escape from reality, and a chance to experience the beauty of nature. Looking out on an expanse of turquoise water, it is the perfect retreat for divers, couples, and families, and is sure to meet all expectations. There are 38 stylish rooms and bungalows all of which face the ocean, each room has a veranda or balcony, and the bungalows benefit from having a kitchen. Whichever accommodation you choose you will be just steps away from the rolling surf and golden sand, ensuring that you wake each morning to the symphony of nature and fall asleep to the soothing lullaby of waves each night.
Guests can enjoy the iinfinity pool, sun deck and open air jacuzzi with views across Batteaux Bay towards Goat Island and Little Tobago, and there are hammocks fringing the beach for those lazy days. Swimming and snorkelling are a perfect pastime in the sheltered bay, and kayaks are free to hire when you are ready to go exploring.
Blue Waters Dive'n is the onsite PADI 5* IDC facility, with access to some of the best diving in the region, they can guide you beneath the blue horizon to these fascinating dive sites just minutes from their private dock. Escorted excursions into the rainforest can be arranged locally as well as other water sports being available from Blue Waters Inn, and there is a tennis court onsite
Tobago is famous for its varied bird population. You will be able to see many of the 210 species, one of which is the Banana Quit or Sugarbird, as they are called. These little guys are always around and can be seen feeding on the sugar and jam that is put out for them during the day.