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Holiday resorts in tobago

crown point

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The Crown Point area of Tobago offers white sandy beach, calm blue shallow water, and picturesque bays. Crown Point is easily accessible from the airport and is home to Tobago’s busiest and liveliest beaches. Whether you want action or tranquillity, the perfect beach is never far away. Store Bay is one of Tobago's most popular beaches with a cluster of bars, craft stalls, and vendors selling the local specialty crab & dumpling. Nearby Pigeon Point is considered Tobago’s most beautiful beach where you can soak up the sun or swim in the pristine waters. Canoe Bay, set in a calm pretty bay is ideal for families. Fort Milford is the place to go to watch the perfect Caribbean sunset.

A highlight of any stay at Crown Point is to take a glass-bottomed boat cruise to Buccoo Reef. See species of hard and soft coral, reef sharks, and jewel fish while snorkelling on the reef and stop at the Nylon Pool in the middle of the lagoon, for a swim. The cruises leave daily from Store Bay and Pigeon Point. Turtle watching cruises and yacht and boat charters are also available. Explore the mangrove wetlands of Bon Accord Lagoon, this important habitat for many species of birds can only be accessed by boat. Various other local excursions are also available including visits to the rainforest, waterfalls, and plantation tours. The beautiful beaches and relaxing atmosphere of Crown Point will make your holiday in Tobago truly memorable.

great courland bay

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Great Courland Bay is on the Leeward Coast of Tobago between Plymouth and Mt Irvine Bay and sits on the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea. This stunning location is a perfect base from which to explore and experience the wonderful island of Tobago. Although Tobago is much smaller than its sister island Trinidad, there is a wealth of inspiring scenery and interesting attractions. Great Courland Bay has a long beach where you can laze and soak up the sun. Nearby Mt Irvine Beach is especially good for watersports including windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling, deep sea fishing, and scuba diving. Land sports include golf and there are many local excursions available in the area. You can take a glass bottomed boat tour of the reef or a catamaran cruise. Visit the capital Scarborough or other attractions including Fort King George, Plymouth, Charlotteville, and Pirate's Bay. There are plantation, rainforest, waterfall and nature tours available and bird lovers will love the wetlands at Bon Accord lagoon and Bird of Paradise Island. A highlight of the area is when leatherback turtles come ashore at Great Courland Bay during the nesting season from January to May. The shimmering waters and long soft beaches of Tobago will enchant and mesmerise any visitor.

lowlands

The western tip of Tobago is known as the ‘Lowlands’, this area is home to many of Tobago’s major attractions and the international airport. The long relatively deserted beaches of the Lowlands are superb for relaxing and rejuvenating or enjoying long breezy strolls along the sand. The beautiful beach at Pigeon Point is an ideal Caribbean setting with soft wide sand and calm waters. From Pigeon Point you can take a glass-bottomed boat cruise to Buccoo Reef for snorkelling or enjoy a swim at Nylon Pool in the middle of the lagoon. There are some fine dive sites where you can see rays, reef sharks, turtles and a wide array of tropical fish. The Lowlands offer a wide range of bars, restaurants and local shops. Petit Trou has championship golf course, marina, yacht club and a good choice of shops and entertainment facilities.

Other attractions of the Lowlands include art galleries, markets, historic forts, and museums. Small fishing villages dot the coastline and small islands are scattered just off shore. For modern-day castaways the Lowlands og Tobago offer the perfect blend of attractions and seclusion for an idyllic holiday in paradise.

pigeon point

Look at any poster showing Tobago and you are probably looking at a view of Pigeon Point. This picture-perfect beach has a long expanse of white sandy beach, crystal blue water and a thatched-roof jetty. The beach is protected by Buccoo Reef and has shallow, calm waters perfect for swimming and families. You can relax on the beach, hike through the rainforest, or explore the underwater coral world. A great activity is to take a glass-bottomed boat cruise to Buccoo Reef where you can snorkel. Nylon Pool in the middle of the lagoon is the perfect spot to stop for a swim. Nearby Store Bay is one of Tobago's most popular beaches with a cluster of bars, craft stalls, and vendors selling local crab and dumpling specialities.

Several watersports operators run from Pigeon Point offering a good choice of activities or you can take one of the various local excursions. Tobago is home to the oldest forest reserve in the Caribbean, you can take guided hikes through the forest to the Main Ridge lookout to enjoy sweeping views of Bloody Bay and the offshore Sisters Rocks. There are also tours to waterfalls, former sugar plantations, and turtle watching in season. Pigeon Point in Tobago offers the perfect elements to make a stunning Caribbean holiday.

scarborough

Scarborough is the largest town on Tobago; its population is around 17,000, almost one-third of the population of the island. During the colonial era, this town was occupied by the Dutch, British, and French. The 18th Century Fort King George dominates the town sitting atop a hill 400 feet above. The Fort’s Georgian buildings now house an interesting historic museum with Amerindian artefacts and military relics from the island's colonial history. Scarborough's deepwater harbour welcomes cruise ships and yachts and is the main departure point for those catching ferries to Tobago’s sister island, Trinidad.

stonehaven bay

Stonehaven Bay is home to some of Tobago's most luxurious resorts and villas and has a magnificent beach. Stonehaven Bay sits on the Leeward Coast of Tobago washed by the Caribbean Sea. Along this stretch of coastline you will find points of interest such as Fort Bennett where the British constructed a full-scale fort. This fort offers brilliant views over Stonehaven Bay and Great Courland Bay. Pleasant Prospect is a quaint village green between Grafton and Mt Irvine and a great stop for a refreshing ice-cold fruit juice. Plymouth was the first permanent European settlement in Tobago and is best known for Fort James dating from 1811.

For watersports enthusiasts there is a wide variety of choices on several beaches around Stonehaven Bay, Mt Irvine Beach attracts the surfing crowd. Snorkelling and scuba diving are extremely popular as is golf on either of Tobago's two fantastic golf courses. There are many ways to enjoy the charms of Stonehaven Bay in Tobago, it truly is a dream holiday destination.