Trinidad and Tobago

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  • 1. Bacolet Beach


    This dark-sand beach was the setting for the films Swiss Family Robinson and Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison . If you are not a guest at the Blue...Read More

  • 2. Charlotteville


    This delightful fishing village in the northeast is within a series of steep hills. Fishermen here announce the day's catch by sounding their...Read More

  • 3. Englishman's Bay


    This mile-long crescent of sand looks like a frame ripped from a classic pirate movie. The somewhat steep sandy beach almost always has calm...Read More

  • 4. Flagstaff Hill


    One of the highest points on the island sits at the northern tip of Tobago. Surrounded by ocean on three sides and with a view of other hills...Read More

  • 5. Ft. King George


    On Mt. St. George, a short drive up the hill from Scarborough, Tobago's best-preserved historic monument clings to a cliff high above the ocean...Read More

  • 6. Great Courland Bay


    This bay near Ft. Bennett has clear, tranquil waters. Along the sandy beach—one of Tobago's longest—you can find several hotels. A marina attracts...Read More

  • 7. Kimme Sculpture Museum


    The diminutive and eccentric German-born sculptress Luise Kimme fell in love with the form of Tobagonians and devoted her life to capturing...Read More

  • 8. King's Bay


    Surrounded by steep green hills, this is the prettiest swimming site off the road from Scarborough to Speyside. The crescent beach is marked...Read More

  • 9. Lovers Beach


    You have to hire a local to bring you to this isolated retreat of pink sand. Ask one of the fishermen in Charlotteville to arrange a ride for...Read More

  • 10. Mt. Irvine Beach


    The beach across the street from the Mt. Irvine Bay Hotel has great surfing in July and August, and the snorkeling is excellent, too. It's also...Read More

  • 11. Parlatuvier


    On the north side of the island, the beach is best approached via the road from Roxborough. It's a classic Caribbean crescent, a scene peopled...Read More

  • 12. Pigeon Point Beach


    This stunning locale is often displayed on Tobago travel brochures. The white-sand beach is lined with swaying coconut trees, and there are...Read More

  • 13. Scarborough


    Around Rockley Bay on the island's leeward hilly side, this town is both the capital of Tobago and a popular cruise-ship port, but it feels...Read More

  • 14. Speyside


    At the far reach of Tobago's windward coast, this small fishing village has a few lodgings and restaurants. Divers are drawn to the unspoiled...Read More

  • 15. St. Giles Island


    The underwater cliffs and canyons here off the northeastern tip of Tobago draw divers to this spot, where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean. ...Read More

  • 16. Stone Haven Bay


    This gorgeous stretch of sand is literally across the street (a small secondary road) from the Grafton Beach Resort and is great for tanning...Read More

  • 17. Store Bay


    The beach, where boats depart for Buccoo Reef, is little more than a small sandy cove between two rocky breakwaters, but the food stands here...Read More

  • 18. Turtle Beach


    This beach is named for the leatherback turtles that lay their eggs here at night between February and June. (If you're very quiet, you can...Read More

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