Accommodations

Scarborough is not the most glamorous of destinations, but what it does offer visitors in the way of accommodations is a lot of options. All along the coast there are numerous hotels, resorts, and villas, while if you move just inland enough you'll even encounter a few eco-lodges which encourage guests to get to know the more natural side of Tobago. Whatever your style, you shouldn't have trouble making it work within your budget here. There are multiple types of… more…

Hotels

The hotels in Scarborough is known,… more…

Restaurants

While it is common to only encounter informal dining in Tobago's countryside, Scarborough is the island's largest and busiest city. This is great news for tourists who crave variety. Everything you could want for is readily available, from roadside shacks serving hearty West Indian fare to formal restaurants specializing in Haute cuisine. For vacationers who enjoy tasting new and unexpected recipes that are specific to the area they're visiting, Scarborough offers… more…

Natural Attractions

Scarborough may be a busy port town on… more…

Attractions

Scarborough, the largest and most populous… more…

Activities

Home to a harbor dominated by a cruise ship terminal, Scarborough is the busiest city on the otherwise quiet island of Tobago. Whether you arrive for a day via cruise ship or you're staying long term, there are a few activities that excel here. The first is shopping, thanks to the duty-free… more…

Diving

Scarborough offers much easier dive conditions than other towns around… more…

Fishing

Thanks to a low level of commercial fishing in the area,… more…

Shopping

The main shopping center of Tobago is Scarborough. In… more…

Weather

While weather patterns vary from island to island in the Caribbean, the one thing that is consistent about Caribbean weather is its year-round beauty.… more…

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