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Hotels in Tobago

Tobago is a small and beautiful island in the southern Caribbean. It is the smaller of the two main islands that make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Unlike its flashier, larger neighbour, Tobago is less popular with tourists. As a result, Tobago hotels offer an alternative and cheaper way to see this incredible part of the world.


As with many Caribbean islands, Tobago is home to some of the world's finest beaches. Whether you are after a secluded spot to sunbathe and swim or a surfer's paradise, Tobago has the beach for you.

Pigeon Point is the most popular beach on the island and visitors are required to pay a small admission fee to use it. However, once there, there is not much reason to leave. The beach has huts to rent, a bar, coffee shop and some small restaurants.

About a 20-minute walk away is Store Bay, which is less crowded than Pigeon Point and more of a local haunt. The waves are bigger here, and the sand less soft, but it is still an exceedingly gorgeous place to spend the day.

For you surfers, Mt Irvine Beach is as idyllic a spot as you'll find anywhere in the Caribbean. In winter the waves are huge and the beach and its bar are teeming with locals and tourists alike.

Little Tobago

In Speyside, a town in northern Tobago, you can rent a motorboat and sail out to Little Tobago. This small island is home to some of the most exotic birds you'll ever see, including parrots of every colour in the rainbow.

Little Tobago also has some fantastic hiking trails that lead to secluded white sand beaches.

Buccoo Reef

Back in Pigeon Point is Buccoo Reef, one of the Caribbean's largest coral reefs and most popular diving spots. The 10-acre reef is home to an incredible array of tropical fish and kaleidoscopic coral. Diving operators large and small operate out of Pigeon Point and offer trips to the reef to divers of all abilities.

Food and drink

After a day of diving, or sunbathing, you're sure to feel hungry. Luckily the island has some of the region's best restaurants serving up all types of different cuisine.

table for Two isn't what you would usually associate with the Caribbean. It is an award-winning vegetarian restaurant that is very popular with tourists, who love its healthy and delicious menu.

Salsa Kitchen is more what you'd expect from this part of the world. The restaurant serves up tapas as well as traditional Caribbean cuisine, with an emphasis on seafood. It is located in Scarborough, the island's capital, and is a must-visit.

After dinner head to Bacolet Beach Bar for a nightcap to remember. As you sip a cool glass of rum and look out at the gentle waves, you may start wishing you could stay here forever.

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