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Throughout this site, we make regular reference to regions of Tobago. These regions and names are not taken from any official source but are simply our way of helping visitors locate accommodation, businesses, features and resources within the various parts of Tobago. Full details of the different towns and villages included in each region are listed beneath the map.
Although technically incorrect, we refer to the entire area from the western tip of Tobago to Canaan as Crown Point. Crown Point is an area of coral scrubland, seldom rising above sea level. It is the most built-up and commercialised area of the island and characterised by the island's highest density of boarding houses and self-catering hotels primarily servicing the Trinidadian summer holiday market. We include the following villages and locations in this region:
Bon Accord ~ Canaan ~ Crown Point ~ Golden Grove ~ Kilgwyn ~ La Guira ~ Milford Bay ~ No Mans Land ~ Pigeon Point ~ Rocky Vale ~ Sandy Point ~ Store Bay ~ Tyson Hall
Extending from the Claude Noel Highway to Arnos Vale in the north, this is where Tobago's lush hills start to rise in total contrast to the flatlands of Crown Point and, to a lesser degree, the Lower Atlantic regions. The Lower Caribbean region is home to most of Tobago's rental villas. We include the following villages and locations in this region:
Adventure ~ Arnos Vale ~ Bethel ~ Black Rock ~ Buccoo ~ Carnbee ~ Courland ~ Grafton ~ Great Courland Bay ~ Grange ~ Lower Quarter ~ Mary's Hill ~ Montgomery ~ Mt.Irvine ~ Mount Pleasant ~ Plymouth ~ Roselle ~ Shirvan ~ Shore Park ~ Stonehaven Bay
An area of stunning coastal scenery and virtually no development, this region extends from Arnos Vale in the west to the Main Ridge Forest Reserve in the north-east. It includes Castara, the most popular and vibrant destination for overseas visitors to Tobago.
Anse Fromager ~ Bloody Bay ~ Castara ~ Celery Bay ~ Concordia ~ Culloden ~ Dead Bay ~ Englishman's Bay ~ Franklyn's ~ Golden Lane ~ Gordon Bay ~ Indian Walk ~ King Peter's Bay ~ Les Coteaux ~ Little Bay ~ Little Englishman's Bay ~ Moriah ~ Mount Dillon ~ Mount Thomas ~ Nutmeg Grove ~ Parlatuvier ~ Parrot Hall ~ Riversdale ~ Runnemede ~ Sister's Rock ~ Washerwoman's Bay ~ Woodlands
The greenest and hilliest end of Tobago, characterised by lush vegetation and stunning scenery. Villages and locations include:
Anse Bateau ~ Anse Brisant ~ Anse Fourmi ~ Anse Gouleme ~ Belmont ~ Bishop's Bay ~ Bobby Island ~ Cambleton ~ Cap Gracias-a-dios ~ Charlotteville ~ Cove Point ~ Delaford ~ Goat Island ~ Hermitage ~ Iguana Bay ~ King's Bay ~ L'Anse Fourmi ~ Little Tobago (Bird of Paradise Island) ~ London Bridge Rock ~ Louis D'Or ~ Lucy Vale Bay ~ Man O'War Bay ~ Marble Island ~ Merchiston ~ North Point ~ Pedro Point ~ Pirate's Bay ~ Prince's Bay ~ Roxborough ~ Queen's Bay ~ Queen's Island ~ Shore Park ~ Speyside ~ St.Giles/Melville Islands ~ Starwood ~ Trois Rivieres ~ Tyrrel's Bay
On the southern slopes of Tobago's mountainous backbone, this area is beautiful, but pounded by the Atlantic Ocean. The region extends from Scarborough to Carapuse Bay and includes the following villages and locations:
Adelphi ~ Arden ~ Barbados Bay ~ Belle Garden ~ Belmont ~ Carapuse Bay ~ Cardiff ~ Cinnamon Hill ~ Easterfield ~ Florida ~ Friendsfield ~ Glamorgan ~ Goldsborough ~ Goodwood ~ Granby Point ~ Green Hill ~ Hillsborough ~ Hope ~ John Dial ~ Kendal Place ~ Mason Hall ~ Mangrove Bay ~ Mesopotamia ~ Minister Bay ~ Montrose ~ Mount St.George ~ Pembroke ~ Pinfold Bay ~ Providence ~ Richmond ~ Richmond Island ~ Studley Park ~ The Lure ~ Windsor ~ Zion Hill
This region extends from Friendship, in the east, to Bacolet, in the west. It includes Tobago's small capital town, Scarborough. This is Tobago's most populated area and extends from the Atlantic Ocean to the southern slopes of the hills that eventually form Tobago's 'Main Ridge' backbone. Over 80% of the population live in this region, although it is not the islands prime holiday area. The region covers the following villages and locations:
Auchenskeoch ~ Bacolet ~ Calder Hall ~ Canoe Bay ~ Cove ~ Diamond ~ Friendship ~ Lambeau ~ Little Rockley Bay ~ Lower Town ~ Lowlands ~ Morne Quiton ~ Mount Grace ~ Orange Hill ~ Patience Hill ~ Petit Trou ~ Port Louis ~ Prospect ~ Riseland ~ Rockley Bay ~ Rockly Vale ~ Scarborough ~ Shirvan ~ The Whim ~ Tobago Plantations ~ Union
You are unlikely to be able to buy an up-to-date printed map of Tobago before visiting the island, but every reputable car rental service will provide you with a copy of the free advertising road maps that are available throughout the island. You can also pick up a free road map of Tobago from the Tourist Information Office, directly opposite the Arrivals Hall at the airport.
A little time spent familiarising yourself with the layout of the island will be well worth your time. An excellent way to do this is to use our Location Map. Click on the 'Hide All' checkbox to remove all markers, then use the zoom control in the upper right corner of the map to zoom out to see more of the island. You can then drag the map and use the zoom control to see portions of the island's road system in as much detail as you would like.