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Reviewed 30 October 2015

We took Sugar Lips boat out to the Nylon Pool, it was breaktaking. The experience of being in the middle of the crystal clear blue waters is amazing. Also, stopped at No Man's Land and Pigeon Point. We were supposed to leave at 2pm ended up leaving at 3...sugar lips was on island time, but we enjoyed the boat and rum punch to ourselves! Great tour and would highly recommend. Will be back someday..

Date of experience: August 2015
1  Thank 704mattv
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Reviewed 29 October 2015

excellent experience beautiful water....imagine standing in the middle of the ocean that's how it felt.... we got a boat out side pigeon point as this was cheaper than getting one in and we didnt have to pay to get into pigeon point...

Date of experience: August 2015
Thank msalax
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Reviewed 28 October 2015 via mobile

Nylon Pool... Go!!!! Sometime, anytime, make it soon! It is amazing and you are sure to have a blast. You are in the middle of the ocean with water allllll around and no shore in sight. Can't swim no worries the water is only waist high. Nylon pool Tobago... Enjoy :D

Date of experience: June 2015
Thank aneesakhan51
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Reviewed 27 October 2015

Our family of seven visited Tobago for the first time ten days ago. We met Dexter on our second day in Buccoo at the steel drum Sunday School and were immediately taken by his infectious love for his island. We decided to take his "Island Man Tours" day trip by boat to the Nylon Pool which included an amazing snorkeling experience along the reef and a delicious BBQ on No Man's Land. Dexter took a sincere interest in our family and became a friend who was always concerned about us having a good time. We dared to make a special request for a night excursion and he found a way to accommodate us going above and beyond our expectations.
Sure, tourism is his business, but Dexter establishes relationships that leave a heartfelt sense of a special experience. His prices are comparable or even slightly less than other tours that were offered to us and he conducts business in an honest, straight-forward manner. Dexter arranges tours with local connections, as he doesn't own his own boats. However, this leaves room for flexibility in the services he can offer. If you want a local guide who is smart, funny, and knowledgeable who is also sincerely concerned about your well-being, make an effort to find Dexter! Just ask around at Store Bay or the Heritage Park at Pigeon Point if you can't reach him by phone. You won't be disappointed.

Date of experience: October 2015
2  Thank Gretchen R
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Reviewed 24 October 2015 via mobile

The nylon pool is a must see while in Tobago. All the boats leave from the same area at 11am and 2pm. They all also travel to the same stops for the most part so it doesn't matter which one you choose. I would suggest wearing beach coverup +bathing suit since you'll be in the water most of the time. I'd also suggest bringing your own snacks/lunch and alcoholic beverages. Our boat provided nonalcoholic beverages but no food. The stop at no mans island is a great time to eat your lunch.

Date of experience: September 2015
Thank RareZoonosisFan
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