A popular destination for tourists from around the world, Tobago is well experienced in keeping visitors entertained. From the nightlife in Scarborough to the beaches along the coast, there is plenty to enjoy on Tobago.
You will find a large number of beaches to enjoy on the island. Whether you'd rather be part of a busy beach scene, or you enjoy relaxing in a secluded area, you should find some appealing options. Just click on each beach name for more information concerning that individual beach.
Sandy Point Beach: Sandy Point Beach features some of the lighter colored sand on the island of Tobago. It is white, verging on tan, and soft to the touch.
A second place to consider is Store Bay. Store Bay is located at the Milford Road and Pigeon Point Road junction, where both meet and dead end just past Castles in the Wind resort.
King Peter's Bay Beach: Almost always deserted these days, this beach was once put to use by pirates and merchant ships in the 18th century thanks to its private nature. Because there are no facilities and the crowd is non-existent, swimmers should air on the side of caution.
Fortunately, the area has plenty of additional beaches to choose from on the island. To reach our page about beaches, use this link.
In case you enjoy exploring the historical roots of a foreign country, you should consider visiting a historical site during your vacation.
Fort Bennett: Visitors can walk the down the paths that line Fort Bennett and stop to look at the many signs, ruins, and beautiful views.
Another landmark worth visiting is Fort King George. It is located in Scarborough, Tobago. Fort King George was a British outpost built in 1779 and is today the most completely remaining fortification on Tobago. In addition to the fort itself, there is a park around the fort that makes for a nice walk.
Look through the chart below for information concerning historic sites on Tobago.
|Fort Bennett||--||3.8 mi. West-Northwest of Central downtown Scarborough|
|Fort King George||(868) 675-7034||0.7 mi. East-Southeast of Downtown Scarborough|
Vacationers can explore some other worthwhile places worth visiting on the island.
The chart right below summarizes some key facts concerning other kinds of attractions of interest to vacationers.
|Lighthouse||0.4 mi. South West of Central Crown Point|
|Lighthouse||0.7 mi. East-Southeast of Downtown Scarborough|
One of the more popular outdoor tourist attractions is Argyle Waterfall. <p>One of the best waterfall hikes on Tobago is the Argyle Waterfall off Windward Coast Drive. After a 15 minute forest hike, you will be dazzles by a three-tiered fall that heartily invited hikers in for a swim.</p>
Tobago Forest Reserve is another place that's popular with visitors. <p>This nature reserve has a special place in the history of conservation. The Tobago Forest Reserve was the first nature reserve in the Western Hemisphere, established in 1763.</p>
Luckily, you will find other natural attractions. For a more comprehensive look at this specific topic, see this guide.
Looking for a bit of action? Those wanting to try their luck can find a handful of venues where they can do so on the island.
Royalton Casino is Crown Point, in western Tobago. Known for having some of the loosest slots on Tobago, the Royalton Casino at Crown Point Hotel is always busy with tourists trying to hit the jackpot.
View the following table for a listing of gaming venues on Tobago.
|Gambling Site||--||(868) 639-5565||1.8 mi. East of Central Crown Point|
|Gambling Arcade||Jade Monkey Casino Bar & Grill||(868) 631-0044||0.3 mi. West-Northwest of Central Bon Accord|
|Royalton Casino||Casino||--||(868) 631-8500||0.2 mi. Northwest of Central Crown Point|
|Gambling Site||--||(868) 631-0044||Tobago|
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