Blue Waters Inn is a scuba diving resort located near the Town of Speyside at the northern end of Tobago Island in the Caribbean. The resort has 38 rooms and bungalows. Even more, all the rooms face the ocean and range from beach front, superior beachfront, deluxe beachfront, 1 bedroom bungalow, and 2 bedroom bungalow. Oh, and there is Bungalow #9, which has to be specially requested. From your room, balcony or patio, at Blue Waters Inn, you will see lots of birds, the Beach, the beautiful bay, and perhaps even Little Tobago and Goat Island. From the upper floors you may even see turtles and fish swimming in the water. Each room has WIFI, a safe, mini-fridge, HD satellite TV, ceiling fan, AC, and ensuite bathroom with shower. Enjoy our blog article on Tobago. The Less Known Dive Vacation Island.
Blue Waters Inn Diving
Blue Water Dive'N is the name of the onsite scuba diving center. They rent gear, instruct dive courses and operate boat dives. Nitrox is available. So, there are over 40 dive sites around the island. Most of the local dive sites are so close (under 10 minutes) that they may do a dive, come back to shore at Blue Waters Inn, then go back out and do a second dive after a little while. So, close by dive sites include: Japanese Gardens, Kelleston Drain, Black Jack Hole, and Flying Manta. For advanced divers, you have to try London Bridge, and any of the 5 pinnacles around The Sisters. Kamikaze Cut is also a popular dive site when tides are right. So, for wreck dives, we recommend the 35oft long, former car ferry turned reef, MV Maverick.
Moreover, the southern end of the island has some swift current dives and is home to lots of pelagics like sharks, rays, and mantas. Therefore, dive site like Flying Reef, Sting Ray Alley, Divers Dream, and Divers Thirst, can't be missed.
Attractions and Activities
The Drift Deck is the main Restaurant at Blue Waters Inn, especially for breakfast and lunch. The Aqua is open for fine cuisine dinning 2 or more nights a week. The Ship Wreck Bar is also conveniently located close to the pool where you can sit at a table or in a lounger. The pool gives you an incredible infinity view of the bay as does the Jacuzzi. So, the oldest forest reserves in the western hemisphere (1776) are the perfect spot to take a tour. You might also like a glass bottom boat tour or a tour to snorkel Little Tobago Island. There is also bicycling, birding, exploring the old sugar mills and plantations, visiting the 1770 Fort George, or checking out the beaches. Tobago is where Disney filmed Swiss Family Robinson in 1958, so you already know that the beaches are Disney approved; especially Pirate’s Beach. Yo Ho!
There is a lot to experience, and the sound of steel drum music and the smell of crab and dumplings “Creole style” simmering in the pot, make Tobago’s sunset and your visit complete.
So, April-July at night you can view the female leatherback turtles nesting on the beaches.