Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago
This stunning destination is situated in the southernmost part of the Caribbean. It boasts secret bays, tranquil reefs, and breathtaking beaches.

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Explore Trinidad's incredible wildlife and hiking opportunities, and experience the vibrant energy of its annual carnival. Then, set sail to Tobago, where hidden bays, secluded reefs, and beautiful beaches await you. This week-long itinerary offers the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure, allowing you to experience the best of both islands at a leisurely Caribbean pace.

As you sail towards the coast of Tobago, prepare to embark on an adventure of a lifetime. Explore Tobago's main town, Scarborough, and discover its rich history and culture. Leaving behind the rough Atlantic side of the island, you will be greeted by the serene Caribbean side and the beautiful Store Bay. From there, take a tender ride to Pigeon Point and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Buccoo Reef. This protected marine park is one of the most accessible reefs in the Caribbean, offering an unforgettable snorkelling experience. Store Bay also boasts one of the island's most popular public beaches, perfect for soaking up the sun and enjoying the laid-back atmosphere of the Store Bay Holiday Resort. And if you're looking for a more secluded spot, head to the stunning Pigeon Point beach, where you can witness one of the best sunset views in the Caribbean. Get ready to create unforgettable memories on this incredible journey.

Mount Irvine Bay, Tobago

Discover the beauty of Mount Irvine Bay in Tobago, a perfect destination for those who love to explore. Use the beach as your base and venture out on land or by tender to explore the hidden gems. If you're a wildlife enthusiast, don't miss the chance to visit the Bon Accord Lagoon, which is accessible only from the sea, and spot some exotic birds and animals. Golfers can enjoy the stunning sea views at the Mount Irvine Golf Course, while those seeking relaxation can indulge in the best spa facilities in Tobago at the Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort. And if you're up for an adventure, head north to Stone Haven Bay, where you can snorkel in the calm waters of the north end or brave the powerful waves and currents of the rest of the bay. Come and experience the magic of Tobago's Mount Irvine Bay!

Cotton Bay and Castara, Tobago

Embark on an unforgettable journey along the Caribbean coast towards Cotton Bay, also known as Celery Bay. If you're lucky enough to visit during turtle nesting season, from March to August, stop at Turtle Beach in Great Courland Bay to witness the awe-inspiring leatherbacks laying their precious eggs. Even if you're not visiting during this season, take advantage of the opportunity to snorkel in Arnos Vale Bay, known for its crystal-clear waters and diverse marine life. After your morning swim, head to Castara Bay for lunch and spend the afternoon basking in the sun on one of the two golden sand beaches. If you're feeling adventurous, hike up the hills to enjoy breathtaking views and cool off in forest waterfalls. As the day ends, remember to watch the sunset over the Caribbean before returning to Cotton Bay (Celery Bay) for a restful night. With its stunning scenery and endless activities, this journey will surely be an experience of a lifetime.

Cotton Bay to Bloody Bay, Tobago

You can spend your morning at Englishman's Bay from Cotton Bay to Bloody Bay in Tobago. The beach is lovely, with powdery and pale sand, and the rainforest comes right down to it. Snorkelling is also good around the deep, sheltered bay. If you want to experience authentic, rural Tobago, you can visit the nearby Parlatuvier Bay, home to a tiny fishing village of the same name. Although there are only a few local snack shacks, this place offers a genuine Caribbean flavour. Finally, you can settle in Bloody Bay, which is surprisingly beautiful despite its gruesome name. The name originates from a historic battle that turned the sea red. This sheltered bay has clear water and golden sand and is often deserted except for the occasional fisherman.

Bloody Bay to Pirate's Bay, Tobago

Nestled on the northern tip of Tobago lies the breathtaking Man'O'War Bay, a vast area that is perfect for exploration by yacht. With your tender, you can access beaches inaccessible from land and spend your day exploring the area's hidden gems. Start your journey in Charlotteville, a charming fishing village home to a bustling co-operative where you can pick up the freshest seafood for supper. As you sail along the coast, you'll come across Lover's Bay, a small, stunning bay with multi-coloured sand that sparkles in the sunlight. The crystal-clear waters offer excellent snorkelling opportunities, allowing you to discover the vibrant marine life that thrives beneath the surface.

Further along the coast, you'll find Dead Man's Bay and Waterfall Bay, two secluded and remote beaches that offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Here, you can relax on the pristine sands, soak up the sun, and listen to the gentle lapping of the waves against the shore. As the day draws close, make your way to Pirate's Bay, where buccaneers used to shelter 300 years ago. The beach is unspoilt, with just basic facilities ashore and restricted access from the land, making it the perfect place to unwind and disconnect from the world. Offshore, there are fantastic snorkelling reefs to explore, where you can swim alongside colourful fish and marvel at the vibrant coral formations. Notably, the bulk of the 1952 film Robinson Crusoe was filmed here, adding to the area's rich history and allure. So, set sail and discover the wonders of Bloody Bay to Pirate's Bay, Tobago, for an unforgettable adventure.