pigeon point at sunset tobago

From each glorious sunrise to the iridescence of sunset, Tobago presents the visitor with an abundance of choices, from simply lazing on a white-sand beach to hiking through the rain forest in search of Blue-backed Manakins, to taking the plunge of a lifetime — into some of the clearest water you can imagine, with magnificent coral reefs, giant rays and shimmering angel fish for company. Tobago also offers everything a water sports enthusiast could ever want, from Hobie Cat-sailing to wind & kite surfing, Jet-skiing, game fishing to mountain biking and horseback riding.

The Capital – Scarborough.

Shops, a central market, mall and cinema, fast food, bars, loud music and busy roads define Scarborough. Tobago’s capital is quite lively. The inter-island ferry docks in lower Scarborough where you’ll also find the bus terminus, food outlets, the main market, the island’s first mall and an occasional speaker’s corner. This small capital, in which almost half of Tobago’s 50,000 people live, is divided into Lower and Upper Scarborough, the latter overlooking Rockley Bay. It is also the island’s administrative centre and port of call for the cruise ships and Trinidad-Tobago ferry. A casual walk in the afternoon (the coolest time of day) is the ideal way to get acquainted.

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