Affordable one-way flights to Tobago

Affordable one-way flights to Tobago

The quieter of the Trinidad and Tobago twin island nation, life on Tobago is a string of bare footed days wondering the beaches and laid-back evenings full of rum-fuelled fun. It’s proud of its natural beauty and so it should be. Inland is patch-worked with rainforests and its coast is lined with the kinds of bays and beaches that the Caribbean does best.

The southwestern side is the most built up area of the island, with resorts and popular tourist beaches leading up to the port town of Scarborough. But spreading over the remainder of the island are mountains, valleys, forests and tropical landscapes broken only by the fishing villages.

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More about Tobago

One of the great things about a holiday in Tobago is that you also have the opportunity to experience Trinidad. Together, these two beautiful islands have everything you need to forget the winter months at home and indulge in some fun and festivities in the sun.

Trinidad is the larger of the two with the more vivacious personality. Its glamorous capital, the Port of Spain, buzzes with energy and has plenty of attractions to keep you busy, especially during carnival when the town bursts into life. Tobago is quieter and more scenic, with enough activities on land and on water to really blow away the cobwebs.

Tobago weather

Five-day forecast

MONDAY

29.05.

28°C

TUESDAY

30.05.

28°C

WEDNESDAY

31.05.

28°C

THURSDAY

01.06.

28°C

FRIDAY

02.06.

28°C

Average
temperature (°C)

  • 30
  • 20
  • 10
  • 0
  • -10
  • -20
  • -30
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10 facts about Tobago

1.

The islands of Trinidad & Tobago are part of the same country, though each have different scenery, cultures, cuisines and festivities.

2.

The famous Caribbean steel pan drum instrument was invented here.

3.

Tobago is a diver’s paradise. It is home to the largest piece of brain coral in the world as well as 45 certified dive sites.

4.

Goat racing is one of the most popular activities on the island and even has its own dedicated Goat Racing Day on the Tuesday after Easter.

5.

Trinidad & Tobago were once part of the South American mainland but separated around 10,000 years ago.

6.

The official language here is English, though a number of others such as Spanish, Hindi, Creole, French, Chinese and Arabic are also recognised as regional languages.

7.

In 2006, Trinidad & Tobago became the smallest country to ever qualify for the Football World Cup.

8.

Tobago is one of the most important nesting sites for the largest living turtles, the leatherback turtle, in the world.

9.

The world’s hottest pepper, as ranked by the Guinness Book of Records, originates from here. It is aptly named the Trinidad Moruga “Scorpion” Pepper.

10.

The centre of the island is occupied by one of the oldest protected rainforests in the world.

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