Tobago Travel Guide
Tobago the sister island to Trinidad, is a quiet, tropical paradise, with green rolling hills and crystal clear waters. Close to Venezuala, Tobago is hot and humid all year long and with a distinct lack of development it is a favourite holiday destination. The island’s relaxed vibe, abundant wildlife and wonderful sealife brings visitors back year after year.
Relax on unspoiled, picture perfect beaches, hike to spectacular waterfalls, or experience some of the best diving in the world. Eco-tourists visit Tobago to watch leatherback turtles nest on the beaches between March and August. Tobago has one of the oldest forest reserves in the world, Main Ridge Forest Reserve, established in 1776. There are a few beach front resorts, small guesthouses set in the jungle, and a range of villas to rent. You can find world class cuisine at many restaurants or pick up a quick roti from a local cafe.
Activities on the island include horse riding on the beach 4×4 safaris, golf, boat tours and sightseeing.
There are lots of beach bars offering a great nightlife scene as well as entertainment in some of the larger hotels. If your looking for a late night party a visit to ‘Sunday School’ the weekly street festival in Buccoo. The party goes on all night long, for locals and tourists alike, with plenty of food, drink and music.
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