Tobago is a small island tucked away from the keen eye of the tourists in the warm Caribbean. The island is a perfect getaway for people looking for a laid-back time, stirred by occasional bouts of activities at the sea. With its beautiful beaches and bays, abundant rainforests, diverse wildlife and rich traditions and cultures, a visit to Tobago is time travel to the decades we’ve left behind.
Top Attractions in Tobago
One of the most popular places of tourist interest in Tobago are its pristine beaches such as the Pigeon Point, Campbleton Bay, Englishman’s Bay, Bacolet Bay as well as the Store Bay. Boasting beaches that can contest for one of the best in the world, a lot of entertainment in Tobago is centred on the sea. This includes taking a glass-bottom boat to the Bucco Reef to explore the abundant marine life of Tobago. Expect to find Leatherback turtle, Southern stingray as well as Trinidadian guppy in the turquoise blue waters. Visit the Kimme Museum dedicated to the art of German-born artist and sculptor, Luise Kimme. Taking your trip down the Tobago heritage ahead, visit Crusoe’s Cave, believed to be the abode for Robinson Crusoe and his major when their ship was wrecked in 1719. To find a place where you can see an amalgamation of Tobago’s rich history and admirable architecture, head to Fort James as well as Fort King George. Don’t forget to pay your respects at the Moravian churches in Spring Garden and Black Rock.
Activities in Tobago
For a great surfing adventure, there are only few places on the earth that are as good as Tobago. Paddle-boarding to the planktons in the night as well as swimming in the Nylon Pool in the middle of the ocean will make for some of the best experiences from your trip to Tobago. You can also take a nature walk to spot the rare varieties of birds and animals found here including Orange-winged Amazon parrot, Rufous-vented chachalaca and Trinidad motmot. Do visit Tobago’s ‘Sunday School’ in Bucco and you will wish your school was as much fun with endless partying and dancing in Tobago style!
Hotels in Tobago
If you are seeking a luxurious place to stay, Magdalena Beach Resort, Half Moon Blue Hotel and Turtle Beach by Rex Resorts are some of the best options. For an experience beyond ordinary, you may want to head to Castara Retreats as well Blue Haven Hotel. Hyatt Regency, Bacolet Beach Club, The Carlton Savannah as well as Coco Reef Resort and Spa could be some of the other choices for a luxurious stay in Tobago, an island where a holiday will cost you lesser than most places in the Caribbean.