St. Georges University students visiting Carriacou and the Southern Grenadines as their last hurrah before they head off to their clinicals in the U.S.
The Tobago Cays Marine Park (TCMP) is located in St. Vincent and the Grenadines just twelve miles north of Carriacou. It is home to a series of globally significant habitats including coral reefs, sea turtle nesting sites and feeding areas, and small systems of mangroves. The marine portion of the park surrounds five uninhabited cays, the populated island of Mayreau, and three islets. The four-kilometer long Horseshoe Reef, the longest of the four main reef systems in the TCMP, encloses four of the cays (Petit Bateau, Petit Rameau, Baradal, and Jamesby) with the fifth cay (Petit Tabac) lying just outside the reef to the east.
During your visit to the Tobago Cays you will observe sea turtles, conchs, iguanas, sting rays, a variety of fish and seabirds.
We want you to have an unforgettable experience in close contact with nature in a careful and considerate manner, so that others who visit after you may have that same unforgettable experience.