THE ISLANDAs one of the most southern Caribbean islands, Tobago is truly a magical place. A drive around Tobago’s coastline will uncover pockets of tranquil, pristine beaches – dozens of them. And though all remain unspoiled, they are each unique in their own right.
In the Caribbean, Tobago’s biodiversity is unparalleled. Kayaking through mangroves, diving, snorkeling and hiking along the island’s mountains through the rainforests bring travelers within close view of natural habitats for hundreds ofspecies of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles, most notably the endangered leatherback turtle, which nests on the beaches of the Leeward coast during the summer months. Tobago also boast’s to be home of the oldest protected forest reserve in the Western world.