Apartments for short-term rent Tobago

Delyn Villa (apartments for short term rent) Furnished big and spacious three bedroom apartment with big living and kitchen area.Furnished good sized two bedroom apartments with open living and kitchen area.Apartments are part of a new build apartment complex conveniently located in Lowlands between Scarborough and Crown-Point Area. Quiet surrounding within 10 minutes of all major activities and […]

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Picture Board of Tobago

A gallery with recent pictures from all over Tobago. Due to the high resolution and the amount of pictures loading might be a bit slow. If you have the patience to wait enjoy ! Picture copyrighted by E. Gademan reproduction possible on request.

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Fort King George, Scarborough, Tobago

Of all the forts of Tobago this must be not only the biggest one, but also the one with the widest view. No wonder it was chosen to place a fort.  Read the history of Tobago to get an idea what went on at this location. And if you’re not interested in history you can […]

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Historical Maps of Tobago

The next map is not specific for Tobago but for the West Indies as a whole

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Seine fishing at Black Rock

Almost a daily routine for some of the fishermen in Black Rock Tobago is the seine fishing. Early in the morning (around eight) they put out their seine at Black Rock beach. Next to a group of regular fishermen this draws other villagers – or the occasional tourist – out to come and help to […]

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Bloody Bay, Tobago 2015

This is one of these places in Tobago where you don’t need to be a photographer. Any picture you take here is going to look good. This beach has everything including a nice surrounding with a river entering the sea, rocks, an unspoilt background and so on. It’s a bit of a drive to reach […]

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Panorama of MT. Irvine Beach and surroundings

  Located between the  villages of Buccoo and Blackrock. One of the beaches well suited for none experienced snorkeling. Nice corals and fish straight from the beach. The right hand side of the beach is the best known spot for wave surfing in Tobago.  

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Tobago has new weapon in the fight against weed

  As yet to be confirmed rumours suggest a radical approach to fighting weed in Tobago. The ongoing weed problem will be creatively dealt with. The weed  – which becomes to much for both tourism and local fishers – will be dealt with by Snoop Lion formerly known as Snoop Dog. Details will be revealed […]

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Travel Tobago – European Flags in Tobago

  History The fabled island of Tobago has a history of many flags, national and piratical. British seamen had reached the island as early as 1580. Not until 1591 was it explored by the Spaniards. The Dutch were much in evidence in the early 1620s and by 1629 the Spanish Governor of Trinidad and Guayana […]

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In need of sympathetic restoration | Trinidad Guardian – Mobile

Scarborough Court House… Published: Sunday, April 29, 2012 The first real organised governance of Tobago began when British Lt Governor Alexander Brown landed in King’s Bay on November 12, 1764, where he was greeted with a guard of honour. At the point in time, the capital was at Studley Park, in a settlement called Georgetown […]

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