Category: Sports | Tobago

Courtesy Tobago Mountain Bike Tours

May MTB Madness promises a mountain biking extravaganza in Tobago

On the 5th and 6th of May, a new type of cycling event will take place in Tobago as the inaugural May MTB Madness — an off-road cycling event featuring two disciplines — takes centre stage. Presented by Tobago Mountain Bike Tours and Moon over Water Bar, and sanctioned by the Trinidad & Tobago Cycling

Divers adore the reefs off Tobago. Courtesy The Division of Tourism and Transportation.

Diving in Tobago: kingdom of the corals

It’s just like Finding Nemo. Dive below the surface of the aquamarine and azure waters off Tobago and enter the kingdom of the coral reefs. Many of the dive sites here are drift dives, which just means that you just go with the flow — literally. You adjust your buoyancy to follow the current; keep

Game fishing is fantastic in Tobago. Photo by project1photography/Shutterstock

Tobago game fishing

Plenty of fish in the sea? Game fishing is fantastic here, with the main offshore season lasting from October to June. Anglers can expect to do battle with blue marlins, white marlins, swordfish, wahoo, tuna, barracudas, mahi-mahi (dolphin-fish) and sharks. Large game fish migrate south for the winter and chase the schools of small flying

Brian Lara batting for West Indies against India at Kensington Oval, Barbados, in May 2002. Photo: Ukexpat

Trinidad & Tobago sporting legends

Four of the islands’ most famous sporting sons

Courtesy the Tobago Sea to Sea Marathon

Introducing: the Tobago Sea to Sea Marathon

The inaugural Tobago Sea to Sea Marathon Next month, on 21st and 22nd May 2016, the inaugural Tobago International Sea to Sea Marathon — with a race course certified by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and Association of International Marathons (AIMS) — will make its debut. Hosted by Sea to Sea Events Ltd,

Lasana Liburd at the Estadio Santiago Bernebeu in 2012.

Lasana Liburd on Trinidad & Tobago Sport

An Interview with Lasana Liburd of Wired868 Closing in on 20 years as a writer, Lasana Liburd was a sport and features writer for the Trinidad Express. His work has also appeared in World Soccer, Play The Game, and the UK Guardian. He is now the managing director of Wired868.com, a website that blends sport

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

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

Mountain biking has been growing in popularity in Trinidad and Tobago. Photo: Lyden Thomas

Sean De Freitas talks Tobago mountain biking

Sean De Freitas started mountain biking as a hobby and enjoyed it so much that he started his own company. We chatted with him about his hobby

Diving in Tobago. Photo by Stephen Broadbridge

Derek Chung Talks Diving in Tobago

Derek Chung has over 20 years’ diving experience and shares some of the key facts about the Tobago diving scene