Tobago is filled with many beautiful dive sights that are waiting to be explored. However, how do you know which sights are the best? Take a look at what Warren Solomon believes are the top-three “must-dive” spots in Tobago.
1. Japanese Gardens
This site gets its name from the sea whip corals here that resemble Japanese bonsai trees. It’s almost as if a Japanese artist sat down and painted his royal garden here.
This is a wreck dive formed in 1997 when a ferry called the “Scarlett Ibis” (the national bird of Trinidad & Tobago and a tasty rum, by the way) was sunk to create an artificial reef.
3. Kelleston Drain
What makes this site so famous is the fact that it’s home to the world’s largest brain coral, which you see towards the end of this challenging dive.
Read More: http://www.uncommoncaribbean.com/2010/08/17/tuesday-2-cents-warren-solomon-gives-up-the-best-dive-spots-in-tobago/
Photo Credit: Warren Solomon