Tobago has been a hot spot Caribbean destination for years. This lush island lays claim to part of the economic powerhouse in the Caribbean. Although it plays host to many visitors every year it is not typically considered a “tourist” location. This area is a hub for vast oil and gas reserves and this has led to the high standard of living for some of its inhabitants. The northern beaches are peachy in color and the water is a sparkling blue-green. When you travel to Tobago, admire the backdrop of the mountainous Main Ridge and the island around it. In Tobago, you can always find excellent accommodations and amenities for any traveler. Enjoy the lush rainforest, the oldest protected rainforest in the western Hemisphere. This Tobago travel guide will help you decide what to do on the island.
Things Not to Miss in Tobago
• Tobago Carnival Regatta
• Carib Great Race
• Tobago International Game Fishing Tournament
• Divali, mostly celebrated in Trinidad, which has the largest population of Hindus outside of India.
When to Go to Tobago
When deciding when to visit Tobago, don't need to worry too much about climate. The temperatures hover around 80 degrees year-round. Tourist high season is January to March, spiking in February during Carnival. April to June and October to December are much cheaper and easier to find accommodations, but can be on the rainy side. The dry season only lasts from December to May.