Tobago is a small quiet Caribbean island, physically separate from Trinidad, but part of the same country – Trinidad and Tobago, where calypso and the steel drums began.
I read somewhere that Trinidad and Tobago is good for mud spas – I didn’t really come across this but I
can confirm that Tobago is an ideal island for relaxation, bird watching, rainforest hiking and beach lounging.
At certain time of the year, in line with breeding cycles, turtle watching becomes a major attraction in Tobago.
Shopping mall, Scarborough
Cinema, Scarborough, next to the shopping mall Beach vibes
Pigeon Point beach the most frequented beach by tourists and very pretty Street art
It think this was the president of Trinidad and Tobago at the time I visited, if I’m wrong let me know! Tobago street sellers
Coconut seller Mountain views
Views from Mount St George A place to stay
Coco Reef Hotel Commuters
Locals waiting for the bus Market day
A local market in Scarborough
‘Meat Galore’ Lunch time
Police taking a roti lunch break Rush hour is Scarborough
Hustle and bustle Canons and views
Fort King George, with some impressive views
Arts and Crafts
Jan’By Creative Arts and Crafts: Friendly and talented seller on a quiet road – we just had to pull over and take a look. Connect via his Facebook Page
Lunch at Jemma’s, a tree house with a sea view
Lunch with a sea view in a tree house – Jemma’s Seaview Kitchen Tree House
Store Bay public beach
Public beach area round the corner from the Coco Reef Hotel and about 5 mins from Scarborough airport
Plenty of arts, crafts, souvenirs
Sunsets from Store Bay
Enter If you blink you miss it!! The flea market is pretty much hidden in plain sight, busy in the night and bursting with goods for sale – from DVD, clothes, shoes and other random bits. It’s open until 11pm so shopper holies needn’t feel deprived after dark!
Not sure if this is quite bright enough!!
Argyle’s Falls A rainforest trek
Boots are supplied on the rain forest hike – and you can see why!!