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Offering much more than your typical beach destination, Trinidad and Tobago boasts a range of wonderful things to see and do. It may be small in size and simple in demeanour, but there is certainly plenty to keep you occupied.
Renowned for its wildlife and a popular retreat for eco enthusiasts this visually beautiful and culturally rich destination boasts an array of activities from bird watching to hiking and trekking. Absorb the natural beauty of Tobago at Englishman's Bay, which is perched at the edge of the rainforest or be captivated by the energy of vibrant Trinidad. Head to Pirates Bay a charming and isolated desert island beach or go kayaking at Buccoo Reef.
Combine vibrant street parties with spectacular natural wonders and unbelievable island tours. Explore the hiking trails of the Main Ridge Forest Reserve, the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere or get an insight into Tobagonian culture at the energetic Buccoo 'Sunday School'. At just 26 miles long by 8 miles wide, you can comfortably tour the island in one day
Admire the spectacular scenery as you practice your swing and improve your handicap. Mount Irvine golf course has long fairways lined with coconut trees and glimpses of the azure sea, while the Tobago Plantations golf course combines lakes, trees and beaches - enjoy panoramic views of Tobago's capital from the 3rd hole.
Enjoy unbelievable adventures on holidays to Trinidad or Tobago, with its incredible outdoor pursuits, unique wildlife and spectacular natural beauty. See waterfalls, rivers and streams whilst hiking in Trinidad or explore the fascinating cave systems. Alternatively cycling is a fantastic way to see the sights, with the network of old oilfield roads and hiking paths providing a desirable route
Tobago's beautiful beaches provide the perfect backdrop for your Caribbean break. Snorkel or jump aboard a glass bottom boat at Pigeon Point or enjoy a 'deserted' beach picnic at Cotton Bay. Visit Kilgwyn Bay and La Guira with its long stretch of sandy beach and shallow waters that lead out to the popular Flying Reef.
Visit Turtle Beach from March to August for turtle watching, as the giant leatherback turtles nest. Or keep your eyes peeled for rare and exotic birds at Asa Wright Nature Centre. World renowned for bird watching, Tobago inhabits over 200 bird species on 116 square miles of land. While Trinidad attracts eco enthusiasts, with its 450 bird species and 620 types of butterflies.
Drive through Tobago's capital, Scarborough and visit Fort King George before embarking on the unique Windward Road to enjoy spectacular mountain scenery, sprawling beaches and small coastal villages. Then, visit the 10th century sugar plantation house and the fishing village of Charlottesville. This typical little fishing village at the base of Pigeon Peak will charm you, as Tobago's highest mountain rises just behind it. You'll pass several villages, rivers and an abundance of tropical vegetation as you drive along the winding roads on this fascinating tour.
A two hour thirty minute journey from Scarborough will take you to Buccoo Reef, a spectacular sight and natural wonder, where even non-swimmers will delight in the underwater world with a glass bottom boat ride. This unforgettable tour begins with a drive along the Claude Noel Highway, before entering "Buccoo Bay Beach Resort" where you will board a glass bottom boats to the Coral Gardens and Buccoo Reef. Your tour then continues to the Nylon Pool where you can disembark for a swim.