Great Tobago / Little Tobago & Watson Rock
At the outermost reaches of our Northwest, lie the last and most isolated British Virgin Islands. . . and virgin they are. . . no docks, no bars, zero human population. . . just seabirds, coral gardens, and fish!!!
This large, towering island is home to the third largest nesting seabird population in the whole Caribbean!!! See Magnificent Frigate Birds, Long-tailed Tropic Birds, Pelicans, Terns, all the varieties of Boobies, and others. This rugged island is the birds' country above and the fishes and corals' world below. Snorkeling, snorkeling, & more snorkeling...bird watching...photo op's abound! Adventurous hikers wanting a million dollar view of an island that hardly anyone ever sees but from a far, will be greatly rewarded!
With over 15 dive sites around the island, snorkelers and divers are seeing some of the most exciting marine life in the BVI! Great Tobago is the last BVI island going West. . . next stop Puerto Rico. It is so off the beaten path of BVI boaters, that we never even see one boat there!!! Tobago can be visited on a SCUBA trip, Eco-tour, or on a fishing trip. The island is 6 miles West of Jost Van Dyke. The sister islands of Little Tobago and Watson Rock are nearby and 'wild-wild west' for snorkeling too!!!