Category: Touring — Tobago

Looking north from Scarborough over the Claude Noel Highway and towards the rugged Atlantic coast. Photo by Chris Anderson

Tobago’s capital: Scarborough

Scarborough, fought over throughout its history by the Dutch, French and English, is now a thriving, bustling little town. It is by no means a tourist-trap full of souvenir shops, but rather the service centre of Tobago, with typically Caribbean shops and much that is of historical interest. Tobago’s capital hugs the shore of Rockly

The north coast of Tobago. Photo by Stephen Broadbridge

Touring Tobago: the Atlantic coast

Explore Tobago’s rugged windward coast, from Scarborough to Speyside

Pigeon Point. Photo courtesy TDC

Touring Tobago: Crown Point & the southwest

Explore Tobago’s southwestern tip — the tourist hub around Crown Point — and the island’s capital, Scarborough

Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson

Touring Tobago: the Caribbean coast

Explore Tobago’s idyllic west coast, with the gentle waters of the Caribbean Sea