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BEACHES

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mayreau

The only populated island in the

Marine Park has good hiking,

lovely beaches, 3 small hotels

and several establishments

serving refreshments.

jamesby

A popular mooring with day

charters. The reefs at either

end are easy for inexperienced

snorkelers. No fires may be made

on the beaches.

petit bateau

The shady areas, picnic tables,

vendors serving lunch and

perfect swimming make this the

most popular Cay. The short hike

up to the top is recommended.

M YREAU

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Tobago Cays Marine Park

Petit Bateau

Jamesby

Mayreau

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Tobago Cays Marine Park

was established to protect this

precious ecosystem of nine islands

including: the five uninhabited islands

of the Tobago Cays, the uninhabitated

islets off Mayreau - Catholic Island,

Jondall and Mayreau Baleine; as well as

the populated island of Mayreau itself. All

visitors to the Tobago Cays Marine Park are

required to pay user fees according to the

purpose of their visit; including visitors on

private yachts, charter yachts, cruise ships

and dive boats, who pay EC$10 per

person and $5 for children aged 12

and under. The rate for a

Yacht Mooring is EC$45

for 24-hours.

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