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Speyside is located on the east coast of Tobago and it is here that the swirling Atlantic and Guyana currents converge. The Atlantic current brings clear, blue water to the reefs that is important for coral formation and growth. 

The occasionally fierce Guyana Current bathes the reef in nutrient-rich water creating magnificent reefscapes and shaping some of the largest corals and sponges seldom found anywhere else. Mantas, sharks and a proliferation of pelagics often come to this area to feed. Sponges and corals grow to enormous sizes.

When these two currents merge, it generates some of the most exhilarating, adrenalin-pumping drift dives in the Caribbean.

 

Located on the eastern side of Little Tobago this dive is reserved for more expert divers.

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Situated to the southeastern side of Little Tobago, this dive site gets its name from the numerous black jacks.

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This site comprises a group of rocks located on the southern end of Little Tobago.

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Located south of Goat Island, the name for this site is derived from the two large rocks.

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The Alps is situated south of Little Tobago and about ten minutes by boat. The base of spectacular pinnacles starts at 130 feet.

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Kelleston Drain begins on the southern end of Little Tobago, just above the massive boulder brain coral where the dive site, Coral Gardens ends.

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The highlight of this dive is the sight of the largest boulder brain coral in the Caribbean measuring 10 feet tall and 15 feet wide.

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A dive site ideal for the beginner as well the most experienced, Cathedral is located at the southwestern end of little Tobago.

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Beginning where Cathedral ends on the western side of Little Tobago, Flying Manta is an ideal site for divers of an intermediate or advanced experience.

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One of the most advanced dive sites in Speyside, suited to divers with lots of experience especially with strong swells.

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With its proximity to the dock, divers need to get ready the moment the captain casts off.

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The site begins at a depth of 30 feet on the deeper side of Japanese Gardens and slopes to a depth exceeding 135 feet.

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Both intermediate and advanced divers can explore the most colourful dive site in Speyside.

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Less than five minutes away from the dock, Angel Reef is a sloping reef and has a maximum depth of 100 feet.

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