Diving & Snorkeling Trinidad & Tobago

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Lonely Planet Publications, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
The twin island nation of Trinidad & Tobago boasts natural beauty and rich cultural attractions. Tobago, the "little sister" island is one of the emerging stars of Caribbean diving. On thrilling drift dives, ride the current past the world's largest brain corals. For a tamer experience, dive or snorkel the shallow Buccoo Reef. At Speyside you can regularly swim with manta rays. Above water, Trinidad & Tobago offers first-class bird-watching, beautiful beaches and a lively Carnival celebration. This book describes 49 of the best dive sites, from popular Tobago spots to Trinidad's less-explored Bocas Islands, with full-color photos throughout.

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About the author (2000)

Lawson Wood is also the author of "The Dive Sites of the Cayman Islands" and "Dive Sites of Cozumel and the Yucatan".

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