Often described as the jewel of the Caribbean, Tobago is a stunning Caribbean island, just 26 miles long by 8 miles wide. Tobago is very much smaller and more laid back than its larger and busier sister island, Trinidad. The location, just off the coast of South America, is evident in the flora and fauna. Tobago is acknowledged as a bird-watchers paradise and boasts the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere.
Being located just 11° degrees north of the equator, Tobago's climate is remarkably consistent throughout the year with daytime temperatures only varying by a degree or two. The island is south of the normal hurricane belt and hasn't suffered material storm damage since Hurricane Flora in 1963.
Popular visitor activities in Tobago include the following. Our property managers will gladly help to organise activities:
Grafton Beach is a stunning location for that dream Caribbean wedding. With top restaurants nearby, Black Rock Dreams offers easy access to venues catering for family and special occasion celebrations.
Tobago boasts world-class diving and snorkelling and most of the island's best dive services are based within easy proximity of Black Rock Dreams.
Tobago's original golf course at Mount Irvine is just a 5-minute drive away from Black Rock Dreams. A newer PGA championship course, Tobago Plantations, is just 15 minutes away.
Bird watching is one of the most popular visitor activities on Tobago. Whether a serious birdwatcher or just an admirer of nature, you will be thrilled by the 200+ bird species endemic to the island.
Popular sailing trips along Tobago's beautiful Caribbean coast generally include a barbeque lunch on a deserted beach and snorkelling in crystal clear waters. A day to remember!
Grafton Beach is an ideal choice for anybody who loves turtles. The endangered giant Leatherback turtles regularly nest here between March and September. What a wonderful sight!
For general visitor information about Tobago, we recommend www.myTobago.info.
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