Category: Eco & Adventure | Tobago

Little Tobago and Goat Island

Tobago day trip recommendations

Here are a range of day trips you can look forward to in Tobago, grouped by level of intensity and about how long they’ll take

A diver hovers above what is often referred to as the largest brain coral in the world, off Speyside. Photographer: Sport Diver Magazine, via the THA

How to become a diver in Tobago

Everything you need to know about diving in Tobago — what you’ll see, where to go, sites for beginners through to expert dives, and how you can learn to go scuba diving

Healing and Being With Horses (Tobago)

Healing & Being with Horses in Tobago

Discover Being with Horses and Healing with Horses in Tobago

Giancarlo Lalsingh of Save Our Sea Turtles Tobago (SOS Tobago)

SOS: Saving Our Sea Turtles in Tobago

SOS (Save our Sea Turtles) Tobago is one of the islands’ most vibrant community-based conservation groups. SOS president and founding member Tanya Clovis and Giancarlo Lalsingh, one of its most vibrant volunteers and resident photographer, discuss the organisation’s critical work in turtle conservation

Fort King George, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson

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.

A scarlet macaw. Photo by Chris Anderson

Trinidad & Tobago — a birder’s paradise

Photographer and naturalist Roger Neckles of Avifauna Tours on Trinidad & Tobago birds and birdwatching

Water lillies at Tobago Plantations. Photo by Chris Anderson

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. Its small size, 21 miles long and seven miles wide, offers easy access to tropical rain forests, idyllic white sand beaches, waterfalls and lagoons.

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

Glass-bottom boats anchor at the Nylon Pool in Tobago

Tobago eco adventures by land & by sea

One of the world’s top eco destinations, Tobago entices with rainforests, mangroves, wetlands, coral reefs, nesting islands and much more!

Argyle Waterfall. Courtesy The Division of Tourism and Transportation

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