Tobago offers everything you’d expect from a Caribbean paradise,. White sands, crystal clear waters and grand mountains make up the landscape of this tiny island, which sits just north of its sister country Trinidad.
Tobago is no exception to the rule when it comes to the Caribbean’s laid-back reputation. Living is easy in this beautiful part of the world. You’ll find the locals to be both charming and welcoming in equal measures.
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The island has been relatively untouched by the tourist industry, making it a hidden gem and one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets. Venture into the forests and you will find some of the world’s most rare bird species.
Elsewhere, you’ll discover an array of stunning beaches, historical monuments from the island’s early colonisation and cultural attractions, including the Kimme Museum – a must-see for all visitors to Tobago.
Tobago ticks all of the boxes meaning both family holidays and romantic getaways are possible. Whatever you enjoy doing on holiday, you’re likely to find it here, with water sports, marine parks and glass-bottom boat excursions to the famous Buccoo Reef. It’s activities galore on this splendid Caribbean island!
Head towards the north of Tobago and you’ll find Speyside – an idyllic fishing village, where you’ll be able to book onto trips to the uninhabited islands of St Giles Island and Little Tobago. The latter is known as the ‘Bird of Paradise Island’ after Sir William Ingram imported 50 of the birds to the island in 1909.
Tobago’s weather is quite similar to most other Caribbean islands, with temperatures mainly occupying the mid to high twenties. On particularly hot days, Tobago’s weather creeps into the thirties, although the breeze keep the climate manageable.
Tobago’s high season falls between December and May, when the weather is dry. The island’s rainy season lasts from July to November. As Tobago lies just south of the Atlantic hurricane belt, extreme storms and hurricanes are rare.
Tobago’s majestic beaches, wide-ranging wildlife, warm weather and captivating colonial heritage make it an ideal location for your dream holiday. The island of Trinidad is also just a stone's throw away, should you wish to do a little island hopping during your time here.