Oct 7, 2015


Tobago is the smaller sister island of Trinidad and spans 116 square miles in the Eastern Caribbean. It is a nature lovers paradise and its rainforest has been protected since 1776. Visitors to Tobago can enjoy hiking, bird watching, diving, sailing and the favourite local pastime of goat racing. It’s truly a place to unwind, relax and get back to nature.

The majority of villas and resorts in Tobago are located in the south western areas around Crown Point, Store Bay, Black Rock and Buccoo Reef. Here you will find many idyllic beaches including Pigeon Point which is a great place to spend the day sunbathing and home to the famous Nylon Pool, a stunning clear ocean pool lagoon. The island is fairly easy to navigate, although the roads can be somewhat windy in the north. Well worth a visit are the bays of Castara, Bloody Bay and Englishmans bay.


The Crown Point area is where you will find the majority of nightlife, with a range of casual bars and restaurants great for mixing with tourists and locals alike. For a small island, Tobago does offer some great restaurants. Most of them are casual but the food and service are excellent. Amongst our favourites are the Sea Horse Inn, The Fish Pot for fresh fish and La Tartaruga for great home-made Italian cuisine and an impressive wine selection.