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Cement Floor
Cement Floor



Experience some of the best diving in the Caribbean on some of the most intact reefs in the region with a highly personalised service from our team of marine biologists, ecologists and PADI Instructors. Tobago offers year-round diving on a range of dive sites suitable for both novice and experienced divers, with some sites that offer sheltered conditions perfect for developing your skills and others that offer thrilling currents and drift conditions that the area is renowned for. Whatever your preference, Tobago boasts some of the southernmost and the healthiest coral reefs in the Caribbean.

A unique set of environmental factors combine to create conditions that make Tobago one of the most exciting dive destinations in the Caribbean. With the
Guiana Current and an influx of nutrients from the Orinoco River in the south, plankton-rich waters supply food for reef and pelagic communities alike. Water temperatures range between 25°C and 28°C throughout the year and visibility is typically anywhere between 10-35m, with lower periods of visibility associated with wet season run-off from the Orinoco. However it is these periods that are key to Tobago’s unusual and diverse marine ecosystem. The more charismatic species seen in Tobago’s waters include whale sharks, hammerhead sharks, manta rays and eagle rays, turtles, tarpon and barracuda.

ERIC offers the full range of
PADI dive training from Open Water to Divemaster, as well as recreational diving for certified divers, and is a member of the Association of Tobago Dive Operators. Every dive with ERIC has a marine biologist, Reef Check EcoDiver Trainer and PADI Professional in attendance, whether you're on a course or enjoying a recreational dive. We give you a truly unique opportunity to develop your skills, knowledge and experience alongside our team of committed, working environmental conservationists.

As a registered non-profit, all proceeds from diving are returned to the pursuit of the
ERIC mission. In this way, our divers directly support conservation, research and community empowerment in northeast Tobago.

For more information or to book diving please email

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