Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago are the most southern of the Caribbean Islands, lying 30 miles off the coast of Venezuela. Tobago is one of the most untouched islands in the Caribbean, with rainforests, and secluded coves with volcanic black sands. Trinidad is characterized by carnivals and cricket, and is more developed than its neighbor.
The southern Caribbean island of Tobago is home to beautiful rainforests, an abundance of flora and fauna, and a myriad of bird species. There are many secluded coves to be discovered, some with white sandy beaches and others with volcanic black sands. Trinidad, on the other hand, is characterized by carnivals and cricket, and is more developed than its neighbor. The people of Trinidad and Tobago are both charming and welcoming and the lifestyle is very laid back. Scott Dunn’s highlights for Trinidad and Tobago:
- Taste some of the most delicious Tobagian meals and request a personal chef at Stonehaven Villas to cook for dishes such as dumplings.
- Time your visit to see the beautiful giant Leatherback turtles laying eggs at Stonehaven beach on the western coast.
- Scuba dive off the clear shores of the island of Tobago. At the south end of the island there are huge coral colonies, with the chance to see nurse sharks and stingrays as well.