Snorkeling at Tuffy & Tres Cocos


Snorkeling at Tuffy & Tres Cocos

$50 US

Toffee or Tuffy as locals name it, is another popular snorkelers destination along the reef. The name derived from a boat called Toffee/Tuffy that wrecked in the area. The pieces that still remain are now partially covered by coral formations, providing a home for numerous sea life. Water visibility here is excellent every time.

Look out for huge schools of Blue striped Grunts,  Jacks, Groupers, Snappers, Parrotfish, Angelfish, Lionfish, eels, Lobsters, Yellow Sting Rays, southern Sting Rays, Brain Corals, Stag Horns, and Nurse Sharks swimming among the Elk Horn Corals. etc

Tres Cocos is a small concentration of marine life along the reef where large amounts of fishes can be seen. You can encounter a large population of Elk Horn Corals, Lettuce Corals, Brain Corals, Sergeant Majors, Angel Fishes, Damselfish, Fairy Basslet, Hawk-bill Turtles, and occasional Green Turtles just to name a few. This area is an entrance for large reef fishes that usually lurk around the area in search for food.