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Poolside at the Magdalena Grand

Where to stay in Tobago

Tobago’s ever-increasing range of accommodation can meet any holiday plans or budget

The Native Spirit: original Caribbean art to wear

Discover talks to Tracy Kaufmann, the co-founder of Native Spirit (produced by B&Tees Ltd), to learn how this brand has become such a hit for both locals and visitors for over 25 years

Trinidad & Tobago Soca Warriors captain and star striker Kenwynne Jones

Trinidad’s land & water sports

Trinidad has a healthy appetite for sport. National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) govern various sports and manage the development of athletes. As a result, the country has been well represented on the international stage in track and field, football, cricket, hockey, boxing, martial arts, swimming, motor sports and shooting. The sports calendar is packed, with tournaments and meets throughout the year. While sports tourism is not yet fully developed, many events do include foreign competitors

Castara Bay, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson

Tobago beach breaks, coast to coast

In Tobago, you’re never far from the beach. In most cases, it’s just a short drive; if you’re lucky, it’s walking distance. Choose your beach destination according to your vacation mode. Fans of the active, social lifestyle will gravitate towards beaches with watersports facilities, souvenir shops and fast food outlets. In other cases, your only company might be a solitary pelican. There are beaches where local fishermen invite you to try your hand at “pulling seine”. The busiest beaches are concentrated in the Crown Point area. A good rule of thumb is that the further north you venture, the quieter the beaches become. We’ll guide you where to look…

View from the Trinidad Hilton

Discover Trinidad: a mini guide

Beaches – yes. Sun – yes. Palm trees – lots. But if that’s all you expect from a tropical holiday in Trinidad, this is the wrong place

Seafood entrée at the Pavilion Restaurant. Courtesy the Villas at Stonehaven

Let’s eat out: Tobago’s culinary scene

Many of Tobago’s restaurants are open-air, ready to catch the afternoon or evening breeze, sometimes with amazing views…

The Ocean View Lounge at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Where to stay: Trinidad accommodation options

Accommodation in Trinidad range from major hotel chains, business hotels and guesthouses, some with conference centres, plus villas and apartments across the country