Holidays to Tobago

Holidays to Tobago

Known as Trinidad’s little brother, Tobago offers one of the most singular escapes in the Caribbean. Despite its picture-perfect palm-lined beaches and brilliant blue waters, Tobago is unexpectedly wild with vast tropical rainforests and nature reserves, roaring waterfalls, vibrant coral reefs, old cocoa plantations and forested hills topped with 18th century ruins of Fort King George. Home to the oldest protected rainforest zone on earth, Tobago is a great birding destination with kingfishers and hummingbird flitting through the air. It’s also a great destination for swimming and cycling with hiking trails meandering through dramatic scenery. Regular events include festivals as well as goat and crab racing events.

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The A.N.R Robinson International Airport serves the island. – Currency: Trinidad & Tobago Dollar – Time difference: GMT -4 – Flight from UK: 11 hours – Visa: No – stay up to 90 days – Language: English,Spanish, French. – National drink: Rum – National dish: Roti The airport is in the south of the island is 8 miles from the capital, Scarborough.
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Luxury Tobago holidays feature horseback riding, mountain biking and off road tours by motorbike or jeep in parts of the island that are off the beaten track. Play golf or relax in one of the many wellness centres with spas. Diving, snorkelling and sailing are very popular and there are some lovely spots for surfing. Beaches have either clean white sands or darker volcanic versions and the bays are plentiful.
A blend of culinary influences from the Middle East, Africa, Europe, India and China results in the flavours and tastes of the food and drink you experience on your luxury Tobago holidays. Lobster, barbecued pig-tail and burgers made from tuna steak or beef are delightful. Roti is the national staple - a type of bread that originated in Eastern India, often served in different ways. Other typical dishes include curried crab and dumplings and coconut water makes for a refreshing drink.
The Botanical Gardens sweep over 10 acres of the island and contain tropical delights for nature lovers. For iguanas, birds and butterflies head to Arnos Vale where you can also pick and eat your own fruit at the Adventure Farm and Nature Reserve. Hikers can explore Grafton Caledonia Wildlife Sanctuary where some of the birds are still fed daily by hand. For a cool swim with a difference head to the pretty waterfall near Roxborough - a great freshwater change from ocean bathing.

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