Tobago's natural beauty, relaxed atmosphere and easy-going people make it the perfect place for a holiday. The Island is approximately 30 miles by 12 miles, yet cannot be driven quickly because of the winding roads. Around each corner is a gasp of delight and a stunning view, both on the West coast and the East Coast roads. (Leeward & Windward) lush rain forest, mountains, country roads, sleepy villages, fishing villages, beautiful sandy beaches, spectacular undersea life, exotic flora and fauna,. Traffic slows down for goats, sheep and chickens as well as pedestrians........"Take yuh Time"

There is more, Tobago also excels in relaxed socialising, called "LIMIN" at local bars, trendy bars, restaurants and of course fun "BEACH LIMES" 'Sunday School' at Buccoo, Steel Pan, Barbecue and dancing..all night if you have the stamina....The Shade Nightclub, disco, reggae, The Deep, and local back in times music at the Green Light, there are  even two casinos on the Island.

Tobagonians are unique people, with a wonderful sense of humour. In Tobago you can 'free up yourself', and have it all: lazy or active days.....quiet or fun nights out. Just respect the ways, customs and LAWS of this Robinson Crusoe Island and you will have an unforgettable vacation filled with joyful and humorous memories. Just remember this is the Caribbean and THERE IS NO RUSH OR HURRY....People here say "TAKE YU TIME , TAKE A LIME" You are on HOLIDAY!
Golf in the Caribbean is famous for being a wonderful experience and Tobago is certainly no exception. Tobago boasts two courses with international reputations; they have very different characters and provide different golfing experiences. Between them, they offer variety and the ability to choose anything from a comprehensive dedicated golfing holiday to just the odd round on a 'holiday with golf', and the Mahogany Ridge is only 5 -10- mins drive from both courses. Tobago Plantations Golf and Country Club - The modern Plantations championship course has been built in the old sugar plantation of Lowlands Estate. It is sited alongside the Atlantic Ocean and was planned around the mature trees and landscape features, including an old sugar mill. The landscape varies greatly throughout the course with lakes, wetlands, woodland copses, beaches, mangrove and wild grasses providing each hole with a distinctive character. The course was only established a few years ago and was designed by Bob Hunt and Marcus Blackburn of PGA Golf Management Ltd. Further information can be found at www.golftobagoplantations.com. Mount Irvine Bay Golf Club - This award-winning championship quality course was carved out from the grounds of an old coconut plantation and has magnificent views of the Caribbean Sea. It is set in gently rolling countryside along the north coast of Tobago. The course was established in 1968 and was designed by the late Commander John D. Harris and considered to be his finest. It has been a regular host to Pro-Am competitions.
Tobago is renowned with having some of the best scuba diving and snorkeling in the Caribbean. It is a destination for both advanced and amateur divers.

Diving can be enjoyed in virtually any area of the island. Tobago has a relatively untouched underworld; marine life abounds - sharks, barracuda, manta rays, stingrays, and hundreds more. The waters abound with nutrients, an underwater world of thriving sea fans and some of the largest brain coral. Wrecks are another attraction on the island.
Drift diving is popular in Tobago, and several sites are well known for the intense currents which allow this challenging type of dive.
The seas are at their roughest from December to April and the temperature is highest from July to September - reaching around 80°F. Manta rays are best seen in the winter months when the waters are cooler.
There are many ways to take advantage of the sea and coast. Scuba diving snorkeling can be done from the beach or off a boat. Sailing and cruising is readily available in Tobago. There are many Tour Operators offering a range of Coastal and Snorkelling tours, A trip in a power boat or a glass-bottomed boat. Surfing, Water Skiing and Wake Boarding, Tour operators offer a range of fishing trips (deep sea fishing, fly fishing) Others offering the thrill of big game fishing with exciting charters include Dillons and Dreamcatcher. Island Girl is a lovely Catamaran for a perfect day out….. All snorkel equipment, food and drink included. Highly recommended.
One very special feature of Tobago is turtle watching, as the Giant Leatherback Turtle nests on the Stonehaven and Courland beaches between March and August. There is an Organisation called S.O.S. which is easily contactable and will call you when turtles are on the beach or when the eggs are hatching. We take our turtles seriously in Tobago.
  • Pigeon Point Heritage Park, white sands and all water sports.
  • Old Grange can be the perfect swim, very little shade.
  • Mt Irvine surfers beach and Bar, safe swim and life guards on duty. Great young local crowd.
  • Mt Irvine Hotel beach, Stonehaven/Grafton Beach...Lovely swimming in calm weather, great walking beach.
  • Black Rock to Turtle Beach.....long beach some shallow coral reefs.
  • Castara, Englishman's Bay, Parlatuvier, Bloody Bay and and and.......
Tobago is renowned for its beaches which offer great variety. Most have water sports available. 
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