Tobago is one of the few remaining unspoiled areas of the Caribbean.
The island is aproximately 26 miles long and 7 miles wide at its widest point.
The south (windward) coast is washed by the Atlantic Ocean. The north (leeward) coast is the Caribbean side and has some amazing, unspoiled beaches.
Running down the spine of Tobago is the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere, which provides all of Tobago'ds fresh water.
There is always a lot going on in Tobago, so there is never a bad time to visit. The scenery is incredible and eco-tourism is something that Tobago promotes a great deal. Tobago boasts over 220 species of birds and the waters are teeming with brightly coloured tropical fish. You may also wish to see what the seas have to offer by going snorkelling or diving.
Tobago is also popular for golfing holidays and fishing holidays.
During your stay you can also try your hand at deep-sea fishing, watch turtles nesting (depending on when you visit), go sailing or play a round of golf. You may also wish to tie your trip in with one of Tobago's many events – Carnival, Sail week, Great Fete or the Crab and Goat races.
Tobago is perfect for you if you want a peaceful beach holiday, want to float in the pool of a luxury villa, want an action-packed holiday or something in between! There is plenty to do for everyone and if you decide to holiday in Tobago, we can give you plenty of recommendations and advice!