Swim and relax in the ultimate infinity pool. This natural swimming area was created by a sandbar in the middle of the ocean. The silky white sand bank is surrounded by miles of sea and coral reefs. Bring your mask and flippers for hours of amazing snorkeling. If you ride in a glass-bottom boat, yo... Read More
This is not your typical Sunday School. One thing can be said of the locals in Tobago, they love to party! Every Sunday night, people head to the Buccoo Sunday School, which is an exciting, vibrant street party. The night starts at 8:00 p.m. while eating authentic local foods as you sit and listen... Read More
If you happen to be in Tobago around Easter, this is a fun way to spend your Sunday afternoon. Pay your admission fee and take a seat for the annual Goat & Crab Races that have been a yearly tradition since 1925. Get a spot out of the sun to watch an afternoon of bare-footed jockeys running behin... Read More
If you want to celebrate World Sea Turtle Day on June 16th, visitTobago, one of the world’s premier, turtle watching destinations. You will spot turtles year round while you are snorkeling, diving or strolling along the beaches. January through September is the nesting season when the turtles com... Read More
For hundreds of years, cocoa produced on small farms and large plantations has been a major cash crop of Tobago. Visit a cocoa estate to learn the history and heritage of cocoa and the production process involved in making chocolate. You will learn about how the cacao plant grows and how the cacao... Read More
During your fifteen minute hike to reach Argyle Falls, you will trek through thick, lush foliage and see exotic birds, butterflies, lizards and snakes. There are even historic, sugar mill ruins along the trail. You will hear its thunderous sound before you actually see the highest waterfall on the i... Read More
This microscopic plankton lives in certain places in the world and lights up when stimulated putting on magical display of bright glowing blue and green colors. These plankton use this as a defense mechanism against larger predators but sometimes attract them with their visual displays as well. The... Read More
Sport fishing around Tobago is still in its infancy. Certainly, you can charter a boat and spend a few hours through a few days out exploring the local waters on the hunt or your next big catch, but where and when to fish is not as well known by local anglers as elsewhere in the Caribbean.
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In the Bethel district of the island of Tobago, amid the lush greenery of the neighbourhood of Patience Hill, a Cuban sculptor has made his home in a surrealist mansion. Dunieski Lora Pileta, 42, both lives in and manages the Luise Kimme Museum, a space filled with the outsized wooden and bronze wo... Read More
Main Ride Forest Reserve was established on April 13, 1776, as is on record as the “oldest legally protected forest reserve geared specifically towards a conservation purpose.” It encompasses 9,780 acres of rainforest, and is home to about 220 to 270 bird species, some of which include Yellow-legged... Read More
Called Tobago’s jewel, Englishman’s Bay is often called the best beach on the island, yet it is not considered to be a well-known beach. The waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling and the virtually-deserted beach is great for bathing in the sun.
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Pigeon Point is also known as Pigeon Point Heritage Park (PPHP) and is often considered Tobago’s most beautiful beach and is home to the world famous thatch-roofed jetty which has become an internationally recognised signature of Tobago. The resort includes a long stretch of white sand beach with wa... Read More