Found off the north east coast of Venezuela, concealed in mysterious rainforest terrain and a few hidden cosmopolitan wonders, Trinidad and Tobago await the exotic explorer.Tobago, the smaller island of the two, is the main tourist attraction, with beautiful beaches to the west and to the east, untouched rainforest, the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere.
In the south is the popular Pigeon Point, a soft sandy beach with all the amenities you could need, from cabanas and bars to express and snack bars, or if you prefer a quieter beach experience, a mere twenty minute stroll away is Store Bay. Surfers and active sun-lovers should head to Mount Irvine Beach, the surf is good and you can relax at sunset at the fantastic beach bar.
For travellers wanting to get off the beaten track, hire a boat and head to Little Tobago, a protected island with a few hidden beaches. Culture hunters can get their fill in the Tobago Museum while golf enthusiasts can spend a day on the palm-scattered greens of Mount Irvine Bay Golf Course.