I keep getting to see new, and interesting things whenever I go snorkelling in Tobago. Here are a few photos from a tour last week.
Here is a great shot of a Sand Diver, getting cleaned by a Goby. This is the first time I saw a Sand Diver with his mouth open. I thought he was just in an unhappy mood, but on closer inspection he was just getting worked on by this pretty little guy.
We also spotted a less savoury resident to the reef, a Lion Fish. Time to put these guys on the menu. Here is a test of a new snorkelling mask that one of our guests enjoyed trying on. Man he looks cool!
Then there was something about this pair of White Spotted Filefish.
They gave me this look as if to say, “You got gifts!”
After some great snorkelling we could not resist spending some time on an empty No Man’s Land Beach.
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