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Tobago Beaches

The Beaches of Tobago
The vast majority of visitors to Tobago are seeking sun and sand. Tobago has an abundance of both and no other Caribbean island boasts quite the same range of beaches - many largely deserted - varying from the pristine white coral sands of the Caribbean coast to the dark volcanic sands of the Atlantic coast.

This beautiful view is of Castara Bay looking down from the hills above.

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Arnos Vale Bay
Back Bay
Bacolet Bay
Barbados Bay

Batteaux Bay



Blue Waters Inn. An ideal departure point for diving and snorkelling trips around Little Tobago and Goat Island. Goat Island is privately owned, and the Author of the James Bond novels Ian Fleming had a house here as well as in Jamaica. Little Tobago is a bird sanctuary of international importance, being a staging post for several breeding species of sea birds including the red billed tropic birds who breed here in the spring.


Bellevue Bay
Bloody Bay
Buccoo Bay
Canoe Bay
Carapuse Bay
Castara Bay


When travelling up the North Side Road, Castara is the first place with direct access to a beach. Before beginning the descent to the village, stop at the lookout point and enjoy the spectacular view of the bay with rainforest-covered hills down to the sea. Castara has two beautiful golden sand beaches, both great for swimming. Big Bay  and Little Bay.

Coconut Bay

Effectively a private man-made beach belonging to the Coco Reef Resort and consisting of thousands of tons of Guyanese white river sand. The stone outer wall forms a lagoon serving a dual purpose; it makes for a same swimming and snorkelling area, and has attracted an ever growing colony of marine life which is turning the stone blocks into a mini reef, giving ideal opportunities for people to witness the miracle that is the marine habitat at close quarters.





Cotton Bay
Culloden Bay
Dead Bay
Goldsborough Bay
Granby Point
Grange Beach
Great Courland Bay
Hillsborough Bay
King Peter's Bay
King's Bay
Little Rockley Bay
Man 'O War Bay
Minister Bay
Mount Irvine Bay
Parlatuvier Bay
Petit Trou

Turtle Beach is a mile-long sandy, sloping beach famous as a nesting site for giant leatherback turtles (March-August).
Services are available at the adjacent Rex Turtle Beach Hotel.




Pigeon Point
Tobago's best-know beach can become relatively crowded (for Tobago) being so close to main hotel area. Pigeon Point has over a mile (1.6km) of white coral sand beach edged by palm and almond trees and protected by Buccoo Reef.
Most of the catamaran  and fishing tours either start or pick up from this pontoon, one of the most famous landmarks on Tobago. The peninsula of Pigeon Point is privately owned and is now officially known as
Club Pigeon Point
. A small entrance fee of TT$12 (US$2) is charged (children TT$6, under-fives free) for use of the beach and facilities.



Pinfold Bay
Pirate's Bay
Richmond Bay
Rockley Bay
Sandy Point
Speyside Beach
Stonehaven Bay



Store Bay   Englishman's Bay   Little Englishman's Bay


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