Category: Touring

Little Tobago and Goat Island

Tobago Sightseeing & Day Trips

Not all roads lead to the beach in Tobago, just the main one: travel south along Claude Noel Highway and it will become Milford Road, at the end of which is the sea. Easy Day Trip Fort King George Start out in Scarborough, at Fort King George. An important site for the strategic defence of

Bon Accord Lagoon. Courtesy The Division of Tourism and Transportation

Our Top Four Tobago Beach Experiences

Walk on Water: Four of our Favourite Tobago Beach Experiences Pigeon Point: the most photographed jetty in the world Thousands of people have stood on the jetty at Pigeon Point, gazing into the turquoise waters beneath their feet. At sunset, locals come with bamboo rods and fish for their dinner from the jetty. The view

Healing and Being With Horses (Tobago)

Healing & Being with Horses in Tobago

Healing with Horses, created in 2010, is a weekly programe that brings differently-abled Tobagonian children six to 12 years old together with horses. The same team is responsible for Being with Horses. Learn how their horses have won the hearts of locals and visitors alike.

Pigeon Point. Courtesy The Division of Tourism and Transportation.

Tobago’s Top 10 Beaches

It’s not just a cliché: Tobago really is a beach-lover’s paradise. Here are our picks for the top 10.

View from Fort King George. Photo by Chris Anderson

Top 10 Things to Do & See in Tobago

If you only pick 10 things to see or experience while in Tobago, these would be our recommendations

Fort Granby on the Windward Coast. Photographer: Oswin Browne

Tobago Sightseeing: So Much to Explore

Tobago offers the visitor a wide range of touring options. It’s possible to drive around the island in a single day, but for the best experience, take it slow. History buffs will revel in the island’s historic sites, legacy of the 31 separate occasions Tobago was lost and conquered over the centuries. And even if you just stick to the well-known beaches and tourist sites, there’s still lots to see.

An aerial view of the Tobago coastline. Photographer: Stephen Broadbridge

Discover Tobago: a Mini Guide

Unspoiled beaches, friendly people, relaxation. It is easy to soak in and sink into a laid-back atmosphere, and Tobago is the perfect place for that. Every island has a spirit of its own. Tobago’s is calm, serene, grounded. In Tobago, life becomes simple again. Time slows down – perhaps to the pace it should always have been! The stresses of your day-to-day life dissolve. An introduction to this hidden gem of the Caribbean.

Trinidad & Tobago Express Ferry. Photographer: Martin Farinha

Tobago’s Capital: Scarborough

Scarborough is the service centre of Tobago, with typically Caribbean shops and much that is of historical interest