Our Bioluminescence Tours are a great activity to do in Tobago for the whole family. If they prefer to kayak then can either share a kayak with their child or paddle the smaller ones. We recommend that you bring a towel in a dry bag, so that they are warm after swimming with what the kids call “Glowing pixie dust!”
Our tours in May run from the 7th to the 21st of May, and spaces are already going fast, so book soon! Click right HERE for more information on our Bioluminescence Tours.
Family activities in Tobago
Here are a few photos from a beginner Stand Up Paddle Lesson on Pigeon Point. The weather in Tobago was really beautiful that day, and the water was fat calm. If you are looking for an activity in Tobago that brings lots of smiles then check out www.standuppaddletobago.com
Beginner Stand Up Paddle Lesson
Paddle Fun on Pigeon Point
learning to stand up paddle always brings smiles
Paddling in Tobago
Fun on the sea
April has been an epic month for Bioluminescence Tours in Tobago. It’s been a bit windy for the start of each tour but the effort has paid off with every night offering great plankton and lots of happy customers. Click HERE to book your next Tobago Bioluminescence adventure with Stand Up Paddle Tobago.
Bioluminescence Fun in Tobago
We had a surprise celebrity join us for a stand up paddle lesson the other day. Parker is only 7 years old and he is our new hero at Stand Up Paddle Tobago. Amazing attitude, amazing skills, amazing in every way. Parker you are our new Stand Up Paddle Celebrity. Thank you for sharing your joy and smiles with us. If you want to learn to stand up paddle like Parker check out www.standuppaddletobago.com
Stand Up Paddling on Pigeon Point
7 year old and Stand Up Paddling
It seems that whenever we have a stand up paddle lesson on Pigeon Point, everyone is always smiling after (and during – lol)! The key is that we make sure it’s fun. That and we spend about 15 to 20 minutes on land going through the skills necessary to really learn the skills needed to properly stand up paddle. If you are interested in learning this awesome activity click HERE for more information.
Having a laugh after a paddle
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