Things To Do
Tobago Tours - Visit our Tobago Rain Forest
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.
The Nature Enthusiast
Visit our Tobago Rain Forest. The island's Main Ridge, is the oldest rain forest reserve in the entire Western Hemisphere, protected since 1765. Tobago is nature at its very best! With over 400 species of birds recorded, the Ridge’s Gilpin Trace is just one great hiking trail where you can admire a wide variety of feathery friends!
The Water Baby
Tobago beaches are all beautiful and a perfect choice is Store Bay Beach which is certainly the closest to home. The nearby dive shop can arrange Scuba diving tours to help you enjoy Tobago’s underwater life! Another popular tour is on the Glass bottom boat and is a snorkeling tour to the world-famous Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool. For those who prefer fresh water to salt, our island has a myriad of refreshing, crystal clear waterfalls and tours can be arranged.
Tobago is full of entertainment! From the annual Carnival celebrations to the Harvest and Heritage Festivals, there’s always an event to be enjoyed! Add to the mix a mouth-watering array of world-class restaurants and hot nightspots and you have a partygoer’s paradise!
Take an island tour and discover Tobago in so many ways. We can organize most of them for you! Whether you prefer biking, horseback riding, car rentals or to charter catamarans, exploring our jewel of an island will be an adventure!
During colonization, Tobago was the most fought-over territory, having been occupied, at different times, by the British, Dutch and French. The island’s well-preserved historical sites like Fort King George and the Arnos Vale Water Wheel offer visitors a glimpse into our rich Caribbean history.
Tobago is the perfect location for anglers and fishing charters are popular. Whether you want to fish purely for recreation or for competition (the Tobago Game Fishing Tournament is a big draw for fishing enthusiasts every March). The island’s deep blue seas and clear, warm water make for ideal fishing conditions, in which deep-sea anglers can wrestle with marlins, swordfish and mahi-mahi, just to name a few. You can hire charters to take you out to the deep blue yonder, or if you prefer a less formal fishing trip, most of the local fishermen will be happy to oblige. http://www.hardplay.net