301. Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago
This small island paradise is a gem of good food, great people and beautiful beaches. It gets left in the dust with the rest of the Caribbean islands sadly, but once you visit you will want to go again and again.
Tobago is located north of its parent island Trinidad at the southern part of the Caribbean. You are almost at the South American continent.
How To Get Here
The closest airport is the ANR Robinson International Airport (TAB).
The following airlines has service to Crown Point International Airport (TAB):
British Airways (BA), Caribbean Airlines (BW), Condor (DE), Iberia Airlines (IB) and Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS).
Alternatively, you can fly into the airport in Trinidad and Tobago; Piarco International Airport (POS), then take a flight to Tobago.
The following airlines has service to Piarco International Airport (POS):
Air Canada (AC), American Airlines (AA), Bahamasair (UP), British Airways (BA), Caribbean Airlines (BW), Copa Airlines (CM), Iberia Airlines (IB), JetBlue Airways (B6), Liat (LI), Surinam Airways (PY), United Airlines (UA) and WestJet (WS).
If you are already on the island you can rent a car take the drive around the island. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions or follow the roads as its a small island.
The island is served by Trinidad and Tobago Inter-Island Ferry Service.
Where To Stay
Tobago is a vacation destination, so there are many different types of places to stay; hotels, resorts, bed and breakfast and personal homes. So the cost varies accordingly.
==>> Try Airbnb.
Where To Eat
The food in Tobago is really delicious. Try bussup shut, which is like a pastry with meat in it. Roti, peas and rice and so much more. And you’re on a Caribbean island, so of course seafood is on the menu.
What To Do
Ah, Tobago, have you seen the beaches? Go check out the beaches for a quiet swim. Try snorkeling, diving and other beach activities. Pigeon Point and Crown Point beaches are quite popular. Tobago has an amazing reef, so you can check it out either in a glass bottom boat, snorkel or dive.
If you’re interest in Forts, check out Fort King George.
The island is small, but hilly, so you can drive around it. Take your time and enjoy what it has to offer. Meet and talk with the local people.
==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.
==>> Here is a list of Tour offered by Viator.
==>> Lonely Planet has some additional information.
==>> Trip.com has some additional information.
Currency: Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD)
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