On your Tobago vacation you can plan various Tobago Tours to enjoy a host of activities that appeal to everyone. We've got beautiful Tobago beaches, great Scuba Diving, two World Class Golf Courses, Hiking in the Tobago Rain Forest and Fishing. Tobago tours can be arranged to help you make the most of your time here.
Tobago is the far more tourist-friendly half of the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad & Tobago, with a long history of welcoming visitors to enjoy its fine white beaches, vast rainforest, and culture ranging from the wacky (the annual goat races in Buccoo) to sophisticated (the nation's fine art museum is located in Tobago). Here are some of our top picks among Tobago's large variety of tourist activities and attractions:
New Year's Day
Carnival Regatta-Carnival Monday-Carnival Tuesday
Good Friday-Spiritual/Shouter- Baptist Liberation Day-Tobago International Game Fishing
Easter Monday - Goat Race, Mt. Pleasant/ Easter Tuesday - Goat & Crab Race, Buccoo/ Tobago Jazz Experience Tobago Fashion Coda
Tobago Sea to Sea Marathon/ Mother's Day/ Indian Arrival Day/ Maypole Festival/ Corpus Christi/ Tobago Fashion Weekend
Father's Day/ Labour Day/ Eid-ul-Fitr/ Rainbow Cup International Triathlon/ Dragon Boat Festival/ Charlotteville Fisherman Festival
Tobago Heritage Festival/ Motor Rally/ Great Fete Weekend
Emancipation Day/ Great Race/ Reggae on the Beach/ Independence Day
Republic Day/ Tobago Open Tennis Tournament
Blue Food Festival/ World Food Day/Tobago International Cycling Classic/ Store Bay Open Water Swimming Classic
Divali/ Bago Sport Beach Football International
Christmas Day/Boxing Day/Kite Flying Competition
The beach at Tobago's Pigeon Point Heritage Park is one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean, noted for its iconic jetty and calm swimming waters. A small admission fee gets you access to the lifeguard-protected beach (a rarity in the Caribbean) as well as restaurants serving famous Trini "bake and shark," vendors selling local handicrafts, showers and bathrooms. Glass-bottom boat tours for nearby Buccoo Reef and the Nylon Pool depart regularly from the Pigeon Point Jetty.
Located offshore of Tobago's Pigeon Point and easily accessible, Buccoo Reef and the adjacent Nylon Pool are among the most popular tourist destinations in Tobago. Glass-bottom boats make the short journey from shore to reef for snorkeling outings to see live coral and reef fish, followed by a plunge into the Nylon Pool, a warm and calm patch of silky white sand behind the reef where you can jump off the boat in the middle of the lagoon and walk around in waist-deep water.