Tobago Cays

We approached cautiously through the north channel, following the leading line, then even more carefully through the cut between the islands of Petit Bateau and Petit Rameau as it is only 2.7m deep then took a buoy near the turtle sanctuary area behind the outer Horseshoe reef, so you can see the sea breaking to windward.  The photos do not do it justice, the colours of the wonderful clear sea, sky and sand are wonderful and it is like being on a Pacific island except that there are rather a lot of boats here.  Vendors go round selling bread, t shirts etc, but they are not too pushy.  The Park rangers collect the money for the mooring (45 EC$) and 10EC$ per person.  Unfortunately it has been a bit windy overnight and this morning,  we are hoping it will drop so we can do more swimming and snorkelling . Have already seen turtles!

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