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Tobago : Things to do in Tobago

Activities & excursions

Tobago is an island that is largely unspoilt by tourism, allowing visitors to experience the exciting culture and discover the stunning natural environment.

- Walk to Argyle Falls, the highest waterfall in Tobago at about 54m where visitors can swim in the natural pools. The series of stepped cascades are reached  by a walk of 15-20 minutes and can be visited with a guide.

- Take a glass bottom boat tour to Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool, a shallow area within the reef which is said to have rejuvenating powers. Buccoo Reef is an easily accessible coral reef where visitors can snorkel and discover fascinating marine life.

- Scuba dive around some of the best sites in the Caribbean, where you can discover a diverse underwater world, explore shipwrecks, swim with pelagics and view some of the largest brain coral in the world.

- Visit some of the island’s stunning beaches including the famous Pigeon Point, the more secluded Englishman’s Bay and the private Canoe Bay.

- Enjoy a guided tour of Main Ridge Forest Reserve, a tropical rainforest which is remarkably untouched and is home to a variety of flora and fauna.

- Go birdwatching, one of the most popular activities in Tobago thanks to the vast number of species that are found on the island. The Adventure Farm & Nature Reserve, Grafton Caledonia Bird Sanctuary and the Hummingbird Gallery all allow visitors to spot many different birds.

- Visit Little Tobago, a small island off the northeastern coast of Tobago which can be reached by a boat trip taking approximately 15 minutes. Visitors can go on tours where a knowledgeable local guide will point out a variety birds and other wildlife including reptiles.

- Witness leatherback, hawksbill and green turtles nesting between March and August, particularly on the beaches of the south west coast. A few months later the eggs begin to hatch.

- Explore Tobago on horseback, riding past wetlands and mangroves, through rainforest and along the beach.

- Enjoy a range of watersports including stand up paddle boarding, snorkelling, windsurfing and sea kayaking.
 

See ‘When to go’ for more information about local events.

Places of interest

- Scarborough, the capital of Tobago where highlights include the hillside botanical gardens, Fort King George with its prison and barracks, the Governor’s House and Tobago Museum.

- Charming fishing villages such as Castara and Charlotteville.

- Plymouth, the first European settlement in Tobago which is home to the 18th century Fort James and a mystery tombstone which has become a local landmark.

Our Resorts on Tobago

Bacolet Beach Club, Tobago -  1

Bacolet Beach Club

  • Exclusive boutique hotel
  • Stylish Caribbean design
  • Perfect escape
Blue Waters Inn, Tobago -  1

Blue Waters Inn

  • Beachfront location
  • Perfect for divers & nature lovers
  • Located on a secluded bay
Coco Reef, Tobago -  1

Coco Reef

  • Caribbean winner World Travel Awards
  • Cost-effective getaway
  • Located on a private white sand beach
Kariwak Village, Tobago -  1

Kariwak Village

  • Underpinned ethos of wellbeing
  • Holistic haven
  • A private, rustic property
Seahorse Inn, Tobago -  1

Seahorse Inn

  • Small and intimate Inn
  • Excellent value for money
  • Located at Grafton Beach
Villas at Stonehaven, Tobago -  1

Villas at Stonehaven

  • 18th century French Colonial style
  • 140 acre bird sanctuary
  • Villas furnished as individual homes
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