Naturalist Beach Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Anne Less from U.S.A. visited in May 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

We booked the Blue Marlin Suite for 4 days in May, which was a great time to visit Tobago (no rain!). This location is about as close as you can get to the main beach in Castara, so the view from the wrap-around porch is unbeatable. The suite is really like a small apartment- full kitchen, living/bedroom and bathroom. It was very clean and being so close to the water ensure that we never had to use the mosquito netting. The staff was so accomodating that although we were supposed to checkout on the morning of our last day, they let us stay until our ride to the airport came at 4 pm.

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Paul Wise from U.S.A. visited in April 2008 and awarded  Two out of Five

The location was excellent and the room was clean, however the staff appeared unfriendly and seemed bothered when we approached them. They had overbooked reservations, and several people we met had to stay in other accommodations. We were surprised that even guests had to pay for lounge chairs on the beach. Somewhat overrated.

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Liz Leaper from U.K. visited in April 2008 and awarded  Four out of Five

Stayed in Castara in one of smaller appartments for a few days and then Blue Marlin for rest of 2 week stay. My idea of a perfect carribean beach holiday - a real fishing village feel, not touristy at all. Sat on the alcony each morning listening to the waves below, watching the fish being landed and helping sometimes. Best bits were a trip with King David to the rain forest - he brought his binoculars for close view of humming birds. Also trip to turtle bay to see egg laying, although quite bizaar at first landing in the concrete fish market and settling down for a bbq and boogie! Don't miss the fresh bread baked in the outdoor oven, waterfall, snorkling and dinner listening to pans and local drummers in the next bay. Would love to visit again! liz

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Avian De Gannes from Trinidad visited in March 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

For the two nights I stayed at the Naturalist I had to switch rooms, and so I got a taste of two of the rooms instead of just one. I spent the second night of my stay in Salmon, a cozy, fully self- contained room just a few footsteps away from the sea. I didn't much mind the switch from the Blue Marlin Suite on the first night because I gave short notice and was "squeezed" into the schedule..... Thank you Ancle.

My one night stay at the Blue Marlin Suite was more than I expected. The view of the sun setting over the beautiful Caribbean Sea is absolutely breathtaking. This short get away gave to me exactly what I needed (stress relief), and proved to be much more than I bargained for. The true surprise however, came later in the evening. On Sundays, there is a buffet style Bar- B- Que Dinner done at the Naturalist, which features some form of local entertainment everytime. It was fantastic! I had no intentions of leaving that place to return to my normal routine and my job!!!

I definitely plan on returning soon!


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Kelli Hyatt from U.S.A. visited in March 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

We stayed in the Blue Marlin suite, and it was sweet!

The views were unbelievable, the room was nice (no hot water), we had a lot of privacy and felt the room was perfect for our trip with an infant ( he napped while we ate the included breakfast below the room with the stairway within arms reach and sight heading up to the room)

Additionally we enjoyed snorkeling in the bay with one person basking on the deck while the baby napped.

The staff is friendly and helpful.

A tip: the arranged pick-up didn't go so smooth and we ended up hiring a cab for half the price both times.

Car rental is worth it, especially to go into the rain forest and over to pirates bay.

Castara is a gorgeous little fishing village, we bought tuna from a fisherman as fresh as it gets.

The room was clean and pretty, with an electronic safe. Panoramic views.

well worth the extra money.

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