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 […]
Hillsborough Reservoir, which was commissioned in May 1952, by His Excellency Sir Hubert Elvin Rance, then Governor of Trinidad and Tobago, is the only impounding reservoir in Tobago. The reservoir is located 870 feet above sea level, Hillsborough has a rustic beauty and an elegantly designed spillway which provides a safety outlet when the reservoir […]
The Bon Accord Lagoon is fringed by mangrove wetlands and an important habitat for many species of bird. Because of this wetland the whole area is accessible only by boat, making it popular destination for Island boat tours and snorkelling.
Saint. Giles Island Saint Giles Island is located off the northeast tip of Tobago. The island can be viewed clearly from flag-staff lookout in Charlotteville. Reef patches and cliffs surrounding the island makes it a popular dive site. Goat Island Goat Island is located off the coast of Speyside, between Tobago and Little Tobago. The […]
Size – Approximately 7 km2 (30 mls. ²) Type – Fringing Coral Reef Largest in Tobago Nylon Pool Coral gardens The Buccoo Reef marine park is island’s largest coral reef located on the south-western tip of Tobago. Its close distance to shore makes it easily accessible and a haven for visitors and ‘Glass-bottom Reef Boat’ […]