Come have an adventure and explore with us!
The possibilities are endless. The lush rainforest, the crystal depths and architectural coral reef, exotic wildlife. We invite you to explore the incredible bounty of Tobago, all within minutes from Blue Waters Inn. We are the perfect base for your greatest Caribbean adventures.
Witness the exotic wildlife of Tobago on our exciting
Bird Watching Tours.
Tobago is home to over 200 species of birds, and Birdwatching is one of the most popular activities we have to offer, and has really established our island and Blue Waters Inn.
The hotel is nestled among 46 acres of greenery, so don’t be surprised to see the cobalt blue head of the Mot Mot perched on your balcony, the mischievous Bannaquit trying to nip from the sugar bowl at breakfast, or even spy the national bird, the Cocrico strolling the grounds haughtily.
We are also located just opposite Bird of Paradise island, a nature sanctuary since 1926, and this is just one of the tours that can be arranged to take in the wonder and beauty of the birds.
Come take a delicious and historical walkabout on our
Cocoa Plantation Tours.
Gaze into the deep and discover it's wonders with our
Glass Bottom Boat Tours.
How do you get wet while staying dry? Now you can explore the depths, spy on parrot fish, and navigate sea fan gardens, without dipping a toe into the blue.
Sign up for one of the daily tours in a boat fitted with a glass bottom, the perfect window to the ocean’s treasures!
Feeling adventurous? Explore the bay and discover what's around the corner while
Kayaking & Paddle Boarding
This is the best way to explore beautiful Batteaux Bay and the surrounding reefs on your own.
The kayaks and paddle boards are always available to guests for free, and we encourage you to work up a sweat kayaking out to Goat Island.
Once there you can snorkel on breathtaking Angel Reef, and take in the view of BWI from the sea.
Discover one of Tobago's most exotic hidden gems on our
Tobago boasts a few incredible waterfalls, ranging in size and strength. The three-tiered Argyle Falls happens to be nearby and is one of the best on the island.
It is Tobago’s highest waterfall, tumbling 54m (175ft) in a series of steeped cascades, with several pools for swimming at the bottom.
There is a slight hike to the falls, about 15 minutes, and easy enough for children to navigate. A tour guide must be organized.