Tobago Things To Do
Tobago Tours Excursions
Tours you can book on Trinidad & Tobago
Tobago is not just a place to relax on a beach. This eco-island has quite a few things to see and do.
Attractions and Sightseeing
Tobago has an unusually large collection of interesting acctractions that lend themselves to a number of themed tours or simply choosing the ones that interest you the most.
Fine beaches on both the Atlantic and Caribbean coasts.
Cricket along with soccer are the most popular sports in Tobago. Frequently regional teams visit Tobago for First Class or One-Day matches. The games are normally played at Shaw Park.
Biking is usually a relaxed, leisure activity with quiet, picturesque pathways available for cyclists. For those who prefer competition, races take place along the scenic coastline or off the highways. Learn about the Tobago International Cycling Classic, which attracts cycling enthusiasts from all over the world.
With 230 species of birds nesting in Tobago’s Rainforest, on Little Tobago and various other birding sites, bird watching is fast becoming a popular activity for every nature lover. See Eco Tourism.
Tobago is recognized as one of the Caribbean's foremost eco tourism islands, winning several important awards.
Held year-round including a mini Trini-style carnival in the fall
Charters for both deep sea fishing over reefs (also known as bottom fishing) and trolling for gamefish are available. Find out about the annual Tobago International Game Fishing Tournament.
Despite their considerable number on such a tiny island, Tobago
changed hands more than a score of times.
Tobago has two 18-hole championship golf courses: at Mt. Irvine and at Tobago Plantations, Lowlands. Surrounded by acres of rolling greens, the courses have hosted many international golf tournaments.
There are several hiking trails on Tobago such as the Gilpin Trail and paths on the Main Ridge. Little Tobago Island is also criss-crossed with walking trails. Use a certified tour guide.
Includes historic buildings, water wheels and sugar mills.
From a witch's grave to a mysterious tombstone with a riddle that's never been solved.
Horse Back Riding
The island has six horses for visiting riders. Click here.
Little Tobago Island
Offshore and reached from Speyside, Little Tobago has the area's best hiking and birding.
Kalina Kats, Loafer Cruises and Natural Mystic offer cruise tours around the island, either with a party atmosphere on day cruises or with a mellow mood on sunset and dinner cruises.
Blessed with nutrient rich waters, Tobago marine life is diverse, abundant and colorful. Water temperatures range from highs of 82F/28C in July and August to lows of 75F/24C in January and February. Most divers find that 3mm neoprene is sufficient thermal protection in winter months.
Diving is concentrated around the town of Speyside. Find out about the Annual Tobago Underwater Carnival.
Sea Turtle Watching
Tobago is an important nesting ground for the leatherback turtle, the largest species of marine turtles. Leatherback nesting season is March to August with turtles laying their eggs at Turtle Beach, Back Bay and Grafton Beach. Since leatherbacks are an endangered species, turtle-watching tours must be undertaken with a certified tour guide.
The activities are varied both on and under the water. Check these watersports tours.
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