In the birthplace of steel pan and soca, music is our religion and nightlife our source of worship.


Although Tobago is considered the mellow sister-island to Trinidad, areas like Crown Point, Bon Accord and Scarborough feature clusters of laid-back bars, lounges and nightclubs playing the best local and regional soca and reggae. Shade nightclub,  Moon over Water bar, and Sunday School – a weekly street party in Buccoo – are just a few of the popular weekend party spots.

The Tobago Jazz Experience, which takes place every April, attracts music lovers from around the world with several days of events and concerts featuring Caribbean-bred international jazz artists and headliners like John Legend, Dion Warwick and Brandy.


While Tobago is known for its wildlife, neighboring Trinidad is better known for its wild nights, the pulse of which resides on Ariapita Avenue – the limin' capital of Trinidad. Here, party-goers spill out onto a 2 km stretch of road in front of several dozen restaurants, pubs and night clubs throughout the weekend.

Guests of the Marion Villa who wish to plan a day-trip or overnight visit to Trinidad can book a 20-minute flight on Caribbean Airlines ($48 USD roundtrip).