Buccoo Reef & Nylon Pool Glass-Bottom Boat TourThe Buccoo Reef is one of the most accessible coral reefs in the Caribbean. The reef has a fascinating, colourful underwater life and a glass-bottom boat is a thrilling way to see beneath the surface.
Enjoy the sublime turquoise water
The Coral Gardens has 40 species of coral, including staghorn and star coral, sea fans and other octocorals, and is also a natural feeding ground for a huge variety of brilliantly coloured tropical fish.
Interested parties are invited to partake in snorkelling at the Coral Gardens, while those who just wish to relax with soca music and a drink can do so.
The Nylon Pool, named by Princess Margaret on her visit there in 1962, is a shallow coral/white sand bank just behind the Buccoo Reef. The water of Nylon Pool is said to have the ability to rejuvenate anyone lucky enough to swim in it. Party here to more soca music, ride around on a jet ski, or just enjoy the sublime turquoise water. You will truly love this experience.
“No-Mans Land,” the last stop on the tour, is a gorgeous little peninsula where you can swim, walk about, and also purchase drinks and bbq from local vendors.
comfortable wear, swimwear, towel, change of clothes
Cost: US $40/ TT $280 per person
(Inclusive of pick up and drop off from hotel, entrance fee to Pigeon Point Heritage Park and glass-bottom boat fee)
*Arrangements can also be made for a beach BBQ party, with music, local seafood delights and alcohol, on the No-Mans Land peninsula. Please inquire if interested.