Blue Waters Inn
Blue Waters Inn "Friendly By Nature...."
Blue Waters Inn - Description
ALL rooms have been re-decorated and now have air Conditioning.
From the deep blue of the Atlantic, to the golden sandy beach of Batteaux Bay, to the brilliant green of our lush hills - this is Blue Waters Inn. We offer Tobago's finest hiking and bird watching. Be awakened by a symphony of birds celebrating the birth of a new day.
Curious Manta Rays, richly overgrown coral reefs, hordes of friendly fish and highly impressive drift dives - Aquamarine Dive Limited, our on-site dive operation, offers easy access to Tobago's most unique dive adventures, with our finest sites only minutes from your doorstep.
Our bay is known as Batteaux Bay (Boat Bay) - a private, sheltered horseshoe shaped bay with a golden sandy beach approximately 1000 feet long. The swimming is safe here year-round. There is fantastic snorkelling and scuba diving right off of our beach.
HOTEL TYPE: Beachfront Low-Rise Resort Hotel tucked away in it's own secluded bay amongst 46 acres of lush tropical grounds.
LOCATION: Approximately 20 miles (1 hour by Taxi) from Scarborough, Tobago's capital, and 27 miles (1 hour 15 minutes by Taxi) from Crown Point International Airport.
HANDICAPPED: We offer rooms to our physically challenged guests. These rooms have hand held showers, shower chairs, shower rails, and toilet rails. Physically challenged guests can go from one end of our property to the next in wheelchairs if necessary, via our walkways which are suited for this purpose.
BEACH: Our bay is known as Batteaux Bay (Boat Bay) - a private, sheltered horseshoe shaped bay with a golden sandy beach approximately 1000 feet long. The swimming is safe here year-round. There is fantastic snorkelling and scuba diving right off of our beach.
NATURE: A nature lovers paradise with 46 acres of lush tropical grounds. We are directly across from Little Tobago (Bird of Paradise Island), Tobago's largest bird sanctuary, which is approximately a ten minute boat ride away. St. Giles island, which is the southern Caribbean's largest seabird colony is approximately 30 minutes by boat, and Tobago's lush main ridge forest is approximately 30 minutes by car.