Tobago offers you LAND with scenic and adventurous experiences. There's always something to do on land; whether there be sunshine or rain.
Rainforest and Adventure in Tobago - scroll down to see all
This is pretty famous in Trinidad and Tobago. With more bird species per square mile people Tobago has lots to see. The first stop for any birdwatcher in Tobago is a trip to Gilpin Trace in the Main Rainforest Ridge. With the right guide you may get to see the dance of the Blue Backed Mannequins at a lek or the rare White-Tailed Sabrewing Hummingbird. After that we are off to Little Tobago to see some Red-Billed Tropic and Frigate Birds. December to July are the best months to visit Little Tobago as the Tropic Birds lay their eggs at that time.
- The Rainforest
Established in 1765, this is the oldest forest reserve in the Western Hemisphere and provides excellent bird watching, plus several hiking tracks. Authorised guides at the trailhead offer two-hour hikes through the forest to the Main Ridge lookout hut, where you'll enjoy sweeping views of Bloody Bay and the offshore Sisters Rocks.
- Tobago Cocoa Estate
Contact Information: (868) 788-3971; Mobile: (868) 390-2021
Location: #62 Fort Street . Scarborough . Tobago .
Tobago Cocoa Estate W.I Limited is a cocoa estate planted exclusively with Trinitario cocoa (TSH) fine or flavour cocoa. Secondly, the Tobago Cocoa Estate W.I. Ltd is a heritage park where visitors can learn about the history of cocoa in Tobago, see historical displays and participate in the fermentation and drying activities at the estate. Finally, the visitor will experiences the agro-culinary approach to tourism and participate in a rum and chocolate tasting session after an evening of dinner that showcases the local cuisine of Tobago.
- Turtle Watching
Each year around Easter time, hundreds of hikers and conservationists trek to the coastal regions of Trinidad and Tobago to watch and guard endangered Leatherback turtles. The turtles lay their eggs from around April to July. Although they can lay earlier and later than the average months, the eggs hatch between 2 to 3 months after that. Beaches in Tobago such as Stonehaven Bay, Turtle Beach, Lambeau Beach and Bacolet Bay you can see Turtles laying. The best thing to do is to contact Save Our Sea Turtles at http://sos-tobago.org. They will organize to call you if they see any Turtles. Also please donate to their cause, as they protect our turtles.
This provides a great hiking experience in Tobago. The largest is Argle Falls in Roxborough; it's an easy walk that can be done in sandals. You can park in the government parking lot and pay the registered guides to take you to the falls. It's a great place for a swim too. Other waterfalls also require guides such as Rainbow, Craig Hill, and Greenhill Waterfalls all in Tobago.