Leaving Trinidad headed north-east for a trip to Tobago. You can travel between islands by ferry or plane. Tobago also offers a great variety of landscapes including waterfalls, forests and beaches. Most of the people take a trip to Tobago for the beaches. If you’re not only the beach type, get a car and drive around the island, which might take a day, you’ll be home before sunset.
Pigeon Point Heritage Park – Nylon Pool – Fort Bennet – Castara – Englishman’s Bay – Charlottesville – Speyside – Flagstaff Hill – Argyle Waterfalls
And your trip to Tobago only gets better when you reach Pigeon Point. A place to relax, enjoy the beach, swim and water sports. You have to rent a jetski and travel up and down the coast. At first take a guided tour, because as soon as you pass the reef, waves get pretty high. Be careful if not experienced.
From there you can take a glas bottom boat to the nylon pool, a sand bank far from the coast where you can stand and enjoy the shallow water and magnificent colors. This is the No. 1 thing to do on a trip to Tobago.
If you’re an island explorer, want to see more than just the beach, here is a photographic tour around the island. You can stop at one of the many bays and enjoy the silence and serenity during your trip to Tobago. Most of the bays have fishing boats and just a few people. Totally different from crowded beaches one is used to.
Until we meet again…on a trip to Tobago