Category: Eco & Adventure

Parasailing off Pigeon Point with Radical Sports Tobago

Tobago’s Land & Water Sports

Tobago is a world-class diving location, but aficionados of other sports and activities will find no shortage of adventures

Diving in Tobago. Photo: Edward Montserin

Your Guide to Diving in Tobago

Whatever your level of experience, the waters around Tobago offer some of the most outstanding diving opportunities in the Caribbean

A cocorico, the national bird of Tobago, at Grafton Bird Sanctuary. Photographer: Giancarlo Lalsingh

Tobago’s Natural History

Tobago was once joined to the South American mainland, and has inherited a continental legacy of plants, birds, insects, mammals and topography

Mountain biking is a growing sport in Tobago. Photographer: Skene Howie

Sean De Freitas Talks Tobago Mountain Biking

Sean De Freitas started mountain biking as a hobby and enjoyed it so much that he started his own company. We chatted with him about his hobby

Eel in the coral at Pirates Bay, Tobago. Photo: Colin Davis

Derek Chung Talks Diving in Tobago

Derek Chung has over 20 years’ diving experience and shares some of the key facts about the Tobago diving scene

A collared trogon. Photographer: Stephen Broadbridge

Trinidad & Tobago – a Birder’s Paradise

Naturalist Roger Neckles describes his experience birdwatching in Trinidad and Tobago: “Trinidad, lying just seven miles off the Venezuela coast at the nearest point, is 55 miles by 40; Tobago, lying 26 miles north-east of its larger sister, is 26 miles by seven and a half. In both islands there is a wide diversity of terrain, from rich virgin rain forest to mangroves, swamps, savannah and coastline. We are well within the top 10 countries in the world in terms of the number of species per square mile.”