Tobago is a stunningly beautiful tropical island just 26 miles long and 8 miles wide (42 by 10 kilometres) and 10 degrees north of the equator, with a rugged, craggy coastline, deserted palm-fringed beaches, enchanting coral reefs and a wealth of protected rainforest.
A breathtakingly beautiful, small and friendly traditional fishing village where the fishermen still blow the conch shell to herald their return to shore with the catch of the day.
Visitors can stroll the golden sands wandering from one side of Man o War Bay to the other where small cruise ships are hosted from time to time, or take a stroll through the village on the road which meanders along the coast then turns uphill.
Port of Spain, the capital city of Trinidad And Tobago is booming. There's many new restaurants where thinking big beyond the next Carnival is taking place within site of the new multi-story cranes who appear to be a big part of this City's 21st century. Yet this City is very hospitable to the visitor both culturally and getting around. The metro area is only 350,000 residents and it easy to orient yourself among the major landmarks.
A small fishing village on Tobago's North East coast. It is utterly unique, and uniquely enchanting. This is an ideal place to lie back in a hammock and leave the rest of the world behind. It's also the perfect base for diving, snorkeling, hiking, fishing, bird-watching, swimming, and touring the majestic rain forests of this magical island. Either way you can surrender to the warm massage of the Caribbean, the invigorating swell of the Atlantic, and the constant caress of the Northeast Tradewinds - and ask yourself what kept you away so long.
Do you have a sister or brother that's really lively? That's Trinidad! When first-time visitors come to the Caribbean, they may expect to find a laid-back paradise of pina coladas and poolsides. Trinidad challenges the status quo; breaks the mold. You can chart your own adventure with our help of course, and discover the unexpected with a vast choice of festivals, fun events and a host of other adrenaline-generating activities. Tobago - The more serene of the siblings, Tobago is home to the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere. It really is the last of the unspoilt Caribbean. Once you behold her beauty, you will understand why Tobago was Robinson Crusoe's isle - and why our European settlers fought over her ownership more than any other Caribbean island. This strip of elongated land, just 41 by 14 kilometres, abounds with natural allure - palm-lined beaches, lush rain forests and pristine coral reefs teeming with rich marine life.