Tobago Cays

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The Tobago Cays consist of numerous uninhabited islands at the southern end of the Grenadines. They boast marvelous coral reefs and clear, turquoise waters, which are excellent for snorkeling and scuba diving. The islands itself are dry and rocky and the only vegetation are cacti and thorny shrubs. There are many excellent, white sand beaches and small coves. The Tobago Cays are protected as a national park. Tours to the cays are available from Clifton on Union Island, but can also be booked in the country's capital.

The Tobago Cays are 60 km south of Kingstown.


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