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Hello every i'm new to the group nothing much to report in light of the stay at home orders given by the government to non essentials i'm considered essential but i'm staying at home, i wish i could have gone diving but that to is prohibited.
We have a trip booked to Tobago for August. Just hoping we can actually make it out there, but unfortunately I'm kinda expecting it to be cancelled given the current situation!
Fingers crossed things are much better by then!!
Welcome to ScubaBoard. While Tobago doesn't show up a lot in trip reports, I see people ask about it every once in awhile. IIRC, one of our members indicated there's some brisk drift diving there? It's also my understand travel to/from Tobago may be a bit time consuming and/or expensive for U.S. folks.
A number of U.S. divers have an interest in not-too-distance places beyond 'the usual suspects' (e.g.: Cozumel, Belize, Bonaire, Roatan, Florida Keys), and Tobago's close enough to warrant a look.