Tobago Frontier Divers

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Tobago Frontier Divers

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We offer a wide range of PADI courses. Come discover the ocean planet’s final Frontier with some of the most experienced dive leaders Tobago has to offer. Our shop is associated with the Buccoo Reef Trust in the Eco Awareness Programs offered on a yearly basis to primary and secondary school students; we have also introduced Scuba Diving to students of the University of the West Indies and they have gone on to form the first dive club on Campus SHARK BAIT . We have even successfully extended our training programs to the Trinidad & Tobago Coast Guard and have now established contracts for training, equipment supplies and dive consultancy.

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Tobago is a scuba diver’s paradise, with its a conglomeration of living reefs providing different types of diving to suit everyone’s dreams; it is surrounded by clear, tropical waters with colourful reefs abounding with life.

Scuba diving with Tobago Frontier Divers is fun and rewarding for all divers. Tobago Frontier Divers has become increasingly popular in recent years showing a dramatic increase in the number of divers diving with us. PADI certification courses, reef dives, wreck dives, drift dives - it all happens here.

Divers have little difficulty sighting barracudas, dolphins, whale sharks, nurse sharks, turtles as well as sting rays - a thrill for all divers. These are just some of the wonders awaiting the scuba diver in Tobago. There are extensive fringing reefs and rocky reefs including the Japanese Gardens, as well as underwater cliffs and canyons covered with corals and sponges. The variety of good dive sites means there are easy dives for the novice and challenging dives for the experienced.

There's also a lot of land based adventures to experience.
Tobago, inhabited by the Caribs, was also sighted in 1498 by Columbus. It was successively a Spanish, British, Dutch, and French possession until 1814, when France, at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, had to cede the island to Britain. Tobago formed a part of the Windward Islands Colony until 1889, when it was joined to Trinidad.

 

When asked how do we get back on the boat and what is the water temperature like "The water is very at this time of year, usually in the 80s. We have a ladder on board so we ask customer to take off equipment and hand it in to the captain and then climb in the boat"

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