Lying at the southernmost tip of the Caribbean chain, Tobago is an undiscovered gem just waiting to be explored. A haven for wildlife with over 400 species of birds throughout its lush rainforest interior plus vibrant coral reefs in the brilliant blue waters. Explore hiking trails to roaring waterfalls and wander around old cocoa plantations. Tobago is the perfect island for those looking for peace and seclusion with all the paradise trimmings of white sandy beaches, crystal waters and a sense of adventure.
Climate and Best Time to Visit The climate in Tobago is generally pleasant throughout the year. From May to June, the island enjoys the rainy season and is usually avoided by travellers. January to March, on the other hand, has great weather with minimal rain and warm weather.
Eating OutEnjoy Tobago's delicious specialities such as Creole Soups, Pork Souse, Tum-Tum, and Manicou. And, enjoy local beers known as Stag and Carib. Tourists can also enjoy seafood, island-grown vegetables, fruits and special bakery items. You can also enjoy Chinese and Indian cuisines.
Shopping A variety of souvenirs are on offer for the holiday makers. One can shop for jewellery, silk and other fabrics. Along with the Caribbean, Tobago is influenced by African and Indian cultures; this is something you can notice in different kinds of products and art items.
Popular Hotels Tobago is teeming with accommodation options. You can choose from a range of choices, such as budgeted, luxury, family, romantic or bed and breakfast. Some of the most renowned hotels on the island include Blue Haven Hotel, Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort, and Courland Villa.
Tips and Advices To enjoy a hassle free trip, pack light, cotton clothes. Rainwear is also recommended. Most of the attractions are easily accessible by road. Many hotels can arrange car hire in Tobago; however, tourists must be 25 years or above and possess a valid driving license.