Capital – Scarborough People – ~60,000 Islands – 6 Villages – 36 Districts – 15 Towns – 2 Length – 25.5 miles Size – 116 mi² Width – 7.5 miles Latitude – 11.2337° N Longitude – 60.6989° W 21 miles North-East of Trinidad. Climate and Geography Tobago’s climate is pleasant all year round. It is cooler and […]
Goat racing is a sport that originated in Buccoo, Tobago. Goat racing historically occurs on the Tuesday after Easter, which is known as ‘Easter Tuesday’ and is an unofficial public holiday in Tobago. Today, it is called the Buccoo Goat Race Festival, which is a popular and lively event that draws thousands of spectators. Also part […]
Spear fishing (shooting fish) is another great way to get some decent size ones. Tobago normally has clean, clear, warm waters and if you’re an experience diver there’s an abundance of hunting grounds to choose from. As with every other technique, the catch would vary depending on tide and seasonal changes along with the diver’s […]
Come explore Tobago’s coastal scenery spanning around 115 sq mi of land with hidden bays, coves, flats and reefs. We can go from Crown Point to Charlotteville. Explore Tobago’s Beautiful Bays, Reefs, Sand banks and lagoon. Experience our vast marine bio-diversity that spans around the entire Island.
People have been surfing in Mt. Irvine Bay Tobago since the late 1960’s. Today the bay is the go to spot for surfing on the Island. There are other known surfing bays along the coast but Mount Irvine Bay, with its right reef break and waves reaching up to 6 meters high is frequented by […]
Argyll Waterfall Argyll waterfall is the most popular and accessible waterfall in Tobago. This is a multi-drop fall with a large pool. Roxborough Village Multidrop Falls 20 minutes hike Paid Entry Castara Waterfall Castara waterfall is a small single drop waterfall located in the village of Castara. Castara Village Small single drop 20 minutes hike […]
Situated in western Tobago, Scarborough is the capital town of Tobago. It is a very populous town hosting many of the islands necessary businesses and services. Scarborough became the capital of Tobago in 1769. Scarborough’s deepwater harbour was built in 1991; before that ships would anchor offshore. The estimated population of Scarborough is approximately ~18K. […]
Tobago has ~21 species of non-poisonous snakes recored on the island. Sizes range from some inches up to 15 feet. Boa Constrictors, Ratonels, Horsewhips, Doctor snakes etc. are a common sight in developed areas. Trinidad Burrowing Snake – Amerotyphlops trinitatus Boa Constrictor – Macajuel – boa constrictor Tree Boa – Cascabel – Corallus ruschenbergerii Rainbow Boa – Epicrates maurus […]
There are 16 species of lizards recorded in Tobago. Some are popular around the island while others are rarely seen.
Tobago has over 120 species of butterflies recorded on the islands. Butterflies are more abundant in the wet season but in the dry season you can see many whites/yellows on the wings which can be observed from close-up. full list here – wikipedia