Category: Beaches — Tobago

Our 5 (well, more than 5) favourite Tobago beaches for 2020

OK, no matter what else you may have come to Tobago to explore, enjoying its truly stunning beaches is bound to feature high up on your list of things to do! So here are our top five — plus many of our other favourites. One quick tip: the further north you go, the quieter the beaches tend to be. And, of course, if you want the low-down on all Tobago’s beaches, make sure to check out the rest of our Beaches section!

Photo by Sherridan Kirk, courtesy Aisha Sylvester

Aisha Sylvester — off the beaten path in Tobago | Q&A

Aisha Sylvester is a Tobago-based travel blogger and digital marketer. We talked to her about her favourite sites and experiences on the island — from sightseeing and hiking to food and beaches

Photo courtesy Duane Kenny

Duane Kenny — Tobago’s ocean adventurer | Q&A

Discover T&T talked to Duane Kenny — tour operator and life-long lover of the ocean, surfing, diving, guitar, adventure and most of all living in Tobago — about his favourite outdoor adventures in Tobago, by land and by sea

Pigeon Point. Photo by Caristock

Wet and wild in Tobago’s waters

Your guide to enjoying the best of Tobago’s beaches, rivers, waterfalls, and watersports

Leatherback Turtle returning to sea. Courtesy The Division of Tourism and Transportation

Turtle-watching in Tobago: ancient mariners

Your guide to watching turtles in Tobago Tobago gets a lot fewer turtles than Trinidad, but you will still see enough to make turtle-watching in Tobago an awesome experience. Plus, it’s easier to get to them in Tobago as the beaches are more accessible. Giant leatherbacks and hawksbills nest on four main beaches — Turtle

Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson

Our top 25 Tobago beaches

You’re stumped for choice when it comes to beaches in Tobago. A good rule of thumb: the further north you go, the quieter the beaches become. Here are our top 25, grouped by region — Crown Point and the southwest, the Leeward (Caribbean) coast, and the Windward (Atlantic) coast. Crown Point Canoe Bay (entrance fee):

Store Bay Tobago. Courtesy Division of Tourism and Transportation.

Our picks for Tobago’s 3 best beaches

There is more to Tobago than beaches, but it can be difficult to summon the will to make that discovery, such is the attraction of the island’s sea and sand. The cluster of hotels and resorts around Tobago’s southern tip reflect the lure of calm, clear water and the lasting pleasure of lying on a soft pillow of sand. The coastline gets a little more rugged as you head north, but no less beautiful. Whether your preference is for sunning, swimming, surfing, snorkelling, diving, sailing, even dragon boat racing: there’s a beach here for you. Here are some favourites