Category Archives: Adventure

Bioluminescence on the World Scene!

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This Bioluminescence Group felt as if we had someone from almost every corner of the world. Columbia, the United States, England, New Zealand, and Australia! Thanks everyone for coming on our adventure!!!!!

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Tobago Adventure Tour

This video is a quick synopsis of what our Stand Up Paddle Tobago Adventure tours look like. Our friends Scott and Mimi were the reason we came on this amazing trip. And boy was it, with beautiful weather, an unforgettable encounter with a pod of dolphins and a family of stingray to finish our day. It was a memory all of us will cherish for the rest of our lives. Come join us for a full day Tobago Adventure Tour at Standuppaddletobago.com

Contact us at info@standuppaddletobago.com or call at 868-681-4741

Stand Up Paddle Tobago: Full Day Country Adventure!

Check out Nadine’s latest video from her 60 Days in Paradise Promotion. Stand Up Paddle Tobago’s Full Day Adventure Tour is featured in it.  We started our tour in the Richmond River, then went to a secret beach in Bloody Bay for a water fall adventure. We finished up with a paddle over to Pirates Bay and then across Man O War Bay to Lovers Bay for some pink sand goodness. Epic day!

If you are interested in booking a tour like this contact us at 

info@standuppaddletobago.com or call at 868-681-4741

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Tobago Stand Up Paddle Adventure – Part 1

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Written by Nadine Skyora from 60 Days in Paradise Facebook page. 

Yesterday was a day full of Stand-up-Paddle adventure! Duane Kenny fromStand Up Paddle Tobago took me on an adventurous tour around Tobago.

Our first stop was at a river which (don’t hate me) I seem to have forgotten its’ name. It was small, only a 20 minute or so paddle back and forth, but it was calm, as the rest of Tobago was getting a little windswept from residual hurricane Bertha winds.

Our second stop was to Bloody Bay, in which we paddled out across the bay around the rocks on the left to a smaller beach. Here we pulled up our paddle boards onto the beach to do a bit of barefoot hiking. Why? Well, a 7 minute hike up a small stream is a lovely waterfall with a shallow pool to dive in for a quick swim! 

2 adventures down, one more to go!

If you are interested in doing a similar adventure email us at info@standuppaddletobago.info or call us 868-681-4741. 

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Lovers Bay Stand Up Paddle Tour

This video shows off our Lovers Bay Tour Stand Up Paddle Tour. The tour starts from the picturesque village of Charlottesville, and heads out to Lovers Bay, a pink sandy beach. From there we head up the coast to a secluded beach with a secret waterfall. Check out http://www.standuppaddletobago.com/tours.html for more information.