Visit Tobago - Tobago Beaches

Visit Tobago
Considered by many as the true Caribbean, Tobago offers its guests a unique travel experience.
Come and explore our island’s rich history, culture, and biodiversity. Find the perfect
accommodations for your stay, from luxurious villas, to quaint bed and breakfast establishments, to
guesthouses and full-service hotels, many of them with views to die for.
www.visittobago.gov.tt
Beaches & Bays
The vast majority of visitors to Tobago are seeking holidays with lots of sun, sea and sand. Tobago has an
abundance of both and no other Caribbean island boasts quite the same range of largely deserted
beaches, varying from the pristine white coral sands of the Caribbean coast to the dark volcanic sands of
the Atlantic coast.
Please keep in mind that nude and/or topless sunbathing is illegal in Tobago. This practice is often
considered highly offensive to the local population. Please also remember to cover-up when leaving the
beach.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches
Kilgwyn Bay & La Guira
A long stretch of sandy beach with very shallow,
warm waters leading out to Flying Reef, a popular
Tobago dive site. The beach can be accessed by
walking or driving past the Sandy Point Beach Club.
The beach is then a short walk. There are grape
trees for shade. The beach shelves very gradually
and is normally very calm.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/kilgwyn-bay-and-la-guira
Store Bay
Considered Tobago's most popular public beach. This
small 650ft (200m) beach, on the doorstep of the Store
Bay Holiday Resort, is the site of the Great Race
powerboat competition one of Tobago's most exciting
events. The beach is also manned by a team of
experienced lifeguard. There are changing rooms and
toilets and a variety of small shops, restaurants and
vendors. Trips are available from the bay to Buccoo Reef
and Nylon Pool. The waters are reasonably sheltered and
good for swimming.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/store-bay
Coconut Bay
A private man-made beach belonging to the Coco
Reef Resort and Spa. It represents a picture-
postcard picture of a tropical beach. The small bay is
protected by a rock breakwater intended to prevent
high seas destroying the beach. The seawall
although created for an entirely different function, is
rapidly creating a mini-reef and presenting guests
with a wonderful and safe snorkeling experience.
The only access to the beach is via the hotel.
Chargeable admission to the beach, facilities and
restaurants is available from the front desk.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/coconut-bay
Cable Bay
Cable Bay was given that name mainly due to the
electricity and telephone cables from Trinidad land at this
beach. It is located right at the bottom of Pigeon Point
Road and borders Coconut Bay. This small yellow sand
beach is reasonably sheltered and is popular with local
children.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/cable-bay
Pigeon Point
Found on the peninsula of Tobago, Pigeon Point is
Tobago’s most beautiful beach and home to the
famous thatch-roofed jetty which has become an
internationally recognized signature theme for
Tobago.
An entry fee of TT$18 (US$3/£2) per person (children
aged 6-12 half-price and children under 6 free)
applies.
Having paid your entrance fee, you will be granted
access to a stunningly beautiful coral sand beach with
calm, gentle protected waters. The beach is also
manned by a team of experienced lifeguards
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/pigeon-point
Buccoo Bay
A long narrow white-sand beach protected
by famous Buccoo Reef. The beach
becomes very narrow at high tide.
Swimming is relatively good and the beach
invariably deserted.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/buccoo-bay
Grande Bay
Known locally as The Wall, this beach is
just past the Mount Irvine Golf Course.
Grange Bay is ideal for swimming and an
increasingly popular spot with surfers and
locals.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/grange-bay
Mount Irvine Bay
Also known as Little Courland Bay, the ½-mile (800m)
beach of this bay is split into two sections with a narrow
section that can disappear at high tide linking the two. The
first section is referred to as the 'hotel beach' being
opposite the Mt.Irvine Beach Hotel. This section provides
excellent swimming and sunbathing. The next section of
the beach, a little further north, is either side of the Mount
Irvine Beach Facilities. There are changing and toilet
facilities at this end. Most of the island's sailing tours start
from this beach. The beach is popular with surfers from
December to March
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/mount-irvine-bay
Back Bay
Back Bay is a quiet secluded beach that attracts
large numbers of body surfers and surfers.
Access to the beach involves a bit of a scramble
but is worth it in the end. It is undoubtedly one of
the most beautiful beaches on Tobago, but due
to the isolated nature of the beach, its best to go
with a group.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/back-bay
Stonehaven Bay
Grafton Beach is an attractive coarse sand beach
serviced by Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort and the
Grafton Beach Resort. The surf can be very powerful
here and it is advised to stay close to the shore to
avoid dangerous currents. The right side of the beach
(north) can be the calmest and offers reasonable
snorkeling. Stonehaven beach (a.k.a. Stone Haven) is
one of the three beaches in Tobago where the
endangered giant Leatherback Turtle comes ashore
between March and June to lay their eggs which will
hatch three months later.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/stonehaven-bay
Great Courland Bay
Located in Black Rock and accessed using any of
the side streets in the village will take you down to
the southern end of Great Courland Bay's
beaches. The northern end of Great Courland Bay
is one of Tobago's most famous beaches.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/great-courland-bay
Turtle Beach
Still in Great Courland Bay, famous 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 Turtle
Beach Hotel.
Guests at the hotel can benefit from regular turtle
viewings. A turtle watch is organized by the hotel,
during the nesting season.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/turtle-beach
Culloden Bay
A small rocky bay and beach with an unspoilt reef that is
ideal for snorkeling. Follow the signs for the Footprints Eco
Resort, but continue on passing the entrance to the resort.
Culloden Bay is also home to two smaller bays,
Washerwoman's Bay and Little Bay.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/culloden-bay
Castara Bay
Castara has two beautiful golden sand beaches (2.4km),
both great for swimming. Big Bay is the focus of the
village. A visit first thing in the morning could have you
helping the fisherman pull in their nets. A late afternoon
stroll will reward you with fantastic views of the sun setting
over the Caribbean. Little Bay, which is also known as
Heavenly Bay, is more secluded and great for snorkeling
you may even be lucky enough to see a manta ray.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/castara-bay
Englishman’s Bay
There is no village here - just emerald
forest and brilliant blue sea; it's one of
loveliest beaches in Tobago.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/englishmans-bay
Man O’War Bay
This huge bay includes smaller bays, such as
Hermitage Bay, Cambleton Bay and Pirate's Bay.
Charlotteville boasts a beautiful mile-long (1.6km)
sandy beach with good swimming. Chief amongst
these smaller bays is Pirate’s Bay. This gorgeous little
bay features multi-coloured sand and offers some of
the best snorkeling on the island. Two other bays
worth mentioning are Dead Man's Bay and Waterfall
Bay Both are remote and small and the beach virtually
disappears at high tide.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/man-o-war-bay
Pirate’s Bay
Named after the shelter that it provided to marauding buccaneers three
centuries ago, this charming and isolated bay and beach is the model
deserted island beach and was used extensively in the original Robinson
Crusoe filmed in 1952. Pirate’s Bay is great for snorkeling and provides the
visitor with an opportunity to experience Tobago’s natural beauty.
www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/pirates-bay
Contact Us
• The Division of Tourism and Transportation
• #12 Sangster Hill,
Scarborough,
Tobago, W.I.
• Phone: 1 868 639 2125, 639 4636
Fax: 1 868 639 3566
The Division of Tourism and Transportation
Tobago House of Assembly
www.visittobago.gov.tt
Tourist Information Office
Crown Point International Airport.
Phone: 1 868 639 0509
Cruise Ship Complex,
Scarborough.
Phone: 1 868 635 0934
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Visit Tobago - Tobago Beaches

  • 1. Visit Tobago Considered by many as the true Caribbean, Tobago offers its guests a unique travel experience. Come and explore our island’s rich history, culture, and biodiversity. Find the perfect accommodations for your stay, from luxurious villas, to quaint bed and breakfast establishments, to guesthouses and full-service hotels, many of them with views to die for. www.visittobago.gov.tt
  • 2. Beaches & Bays The vast majority of visitors to Tobago are seeking holidays with lots of sun, sea and sand. Tobago has an abundance of both and no other Caribbean island boasts quite the same range of largely deserted beaches, varying from the pristine white coral sands of the Caribbean coast to the dark volcanic sands of the Atlantic coast. Please keep in mind that nude and/or topless sunbathing is illegal in Tobago. This practice is often considered highly offensive to the local population. Please also remember to cover-up when leaving the beach. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches
  • 3. Kilgwyn Bay & La Guira A long stretch of sandy beach with very shallow, warm waters leading out to Flying Reef, a popular Tobago dive site. The beach can be accessed by walking or driving past the Sandy Point Beach Club. The beach is then a short walk. There are grape trees for shade. The beach shelves very gradually and is normally very calm. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/kilgwyn-bay-and-la-guira
  • 4. Store Bay Considered Tobago's most popular public beach. This small 650ft (200m) beach, on the doorstep of the Store Bay Holiday Resort, is the site of the Great Race powerboat competition one of Tobago's most exciting events. The beach is also manned by a team of experienced lifeguard. There are changing rooms and toilets and a variety of small shops, restaurants and vendors. Trips are available from the bay to Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool. The waters are reasonably sheltered and good for swimming. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/store-bay
  • 5. Coconut Bay A private man-made beach belonging to the Coco Reef Resort and Spa. It represents a picture- postcard picture of a tropical beach. The small bay is protected by a rock breakwater intended to prevent high seas destroying the beach. The seawall although created for an entirely different function, is rapidly creating a mini-reef and presenting guests with a wonderful and safe snorkeling experience. The only access to the beach is via the hotel. Chargeable admission to the beach, facilities and restaurants is available from the front desk. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/coconut-bay
  • 6. Cable Bay Cable Bay was given that name mainly due to the electricity and telephone cables from Trinidad land at this beach. It is located right at the bottom of Pigeon Point Road and borders Coconut Bay. This small yellow sand beach is reasonably sheltered and is popular with local children. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/cable-bay
  • 7. Pigeon Point Found on the peninsula of Tobago, Pigeon Point is Tobago’s most beautiful beach and home to the famous thatch-roofed jetty which has become an internationally recognized signature theme for Tobago. An entry fee of TT$18 (US$3/£2) per person (children aged 6-12 half-price and children under 6 free) applies. Having paid your entrance fee, you will be granted access to a stunningly beautiful coral sand beach with calm, gentle protected waters. The beach is also manned by a team of experienced lifeguards www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/pigeon-point
  • 8. Buccoo Bay A long narrow white-sand beach protected by famous Buccoo Reef. The beach becomes very narrow at high tide. Swimming is relatively good and the beach invariably deserted. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/buccoo-bay
  • 9. Grande Bay Known locally as The Wall, this beach is just past the Mount Irvine Golf Course. Grange Bay is ideal for swimming and an increasingly popular spot with surfers and locals. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/grange-bay
  • 10. Mount Irvine Bay Also known as Little Courland Bay, the ½-mile (800m) beach of this bay is split into two sections with a narrow section that can disappear at high tide linking the two. The first section is referred to as the 'hotel beach' being opposite the Mt.Irvine Beach Hotel. This section provides excellent swimming and sunbathing. The next section of the beach, a little further north, is either side of the Mount Irvine Beach Facilities. There are changing and toilet facilities at this end. Most of the island's sailing tours start from this beach. The beach is popular with surfers from December to March www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/mount-irvine-bay
  • 11. Back Bay Back Bay is a quiet secluded beach that attracts large numbers of body surfers and surfers. Access to the beach involves a bit of a scramble but is worth it in the end. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches on Tobago, but due to the isolated nature of the beach, its best to go with a group. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/back-bay
  • 12. Stonehaven Bay Grafton Beach is an attractive coarse sand beach serviced by Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort and the Grafton Beach Resort. The surf can be very powerful here and it is advised to stay close to the shore to avoid dangerous currents. The right side of the beach (north) can be the calmest and offers reasonable snorkeling. Stonehaven beach (a.k.a. Stone Haven) is one of the three beaches in Tobago where the endangered giant Leatherback Turtle comes ashore between March and June to lay their eggs which will hatch three months later. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/stonehaven-bay
  • 13. Great Courland Bay Located in Black Rock and accessed using any of the side streets in the village will take you down to the southern end of Great Courland Bay's beaches. The northern end of Great Courland Bay is one of Tobago's most famous beaches. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/great-courland-bay
  • 14. Turtle Beach Still in Great Courland Bay, famous 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 Turtle Beach Hotel. Guests at the hotel can benefit from regular turtle viewings. A turtle watch is organized by the hotel, during the nesting season. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/turtle-beach
  • 15. Culloden Bay A small rocky bay and beach with an unspoilt reef that is ideal for snorkeling. Follow the signs for the Footprints Eco Resort, but continue on passing the entrance to the resort. Culloden Bay is also home to two smaller bays, Washerwoman's Bay and Little Bay. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/culloden-bay
  • 16. Castara Bay Castara has two beautiful golden sand beaches (2.4km), both great for swimming. Big Bay is the focus of the village. A visit first thing in the morning could have you helping the fisherman pull in their nets. A late afternoon stroll will reward you with fantastic views of the sun setting over the Caribbean. Little Bay, which is also known as Heavenly Bay, is more secluded and great for snorkeling you may even be lucky enough to see a manta ray. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/castara-bay
  • 17. Englishman’s Bay There is no village here - just emerald forest and brilliant blue sea; it's one of loveliest beaches in Tobago. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/englishmans-bay
  • 18. Man O’War Bay This huge bay includes smaller bays, such as Hermitage Bay, Cambleton Bay and Pirate's Bay. Charlotteville boasts a beautiful mile-long (1.6km) sandy beach with good swimming. Chief amongst these smaller bays is Pirate’s Bay. This gorgeous little bay features multi-coloured sand and offers some of the best snorkeling on the island. Two other bays worth mentioning are Dead Man's Bay and Waterfall Bay Both are remote and small and the beach virtually disappears at high tide. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/man-o-war-bay
  • 19. Pirate’s Bay Named after the shelter that it provided to marauding buccaneers three centuries ago, this charming and isolated bay and beach is the model deserted island beach and was used extensively in the original Robinson Crusoe filmed in 1952. Pirate’s Bay is great for snorkeling and provides the visitor with an opportunity to experience Tobago’s natural beauty. www.visittobago.gov.tt/activities/beaches/pirates-bay
  • 20. Contact Us • The Division of Tourism and Transportation • #12 Sangster Hill, Scarborough, Tobago, W.I. • Phone: 1 868 639 2125, 639 4636 Fax: 1 868 639 3566 The Division of Tourism and Transportation Tobago House of Assembly www.visittobago.gov.tt Tourist Information Office Crown Point International Airport. Phone: 1 868 639 0509 Cruise Ship Complex, Scarborough. Phone: 1 868 635 0934