Tobago is the best-kept secret in the Caribbean. A lush mountainous island just 26 miles long and 8 wide, it boasts the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere. The island is fringed by picture-postcard beaches, boasting every shade of sand from white coral to dark volcanic. The vast majority of these beaches are totally devoid of anyone but the occasional fisherman. is the definitive visitor's guide to Tobago - providing everything you want, or need, to know about the island and guaranteeing that your next visit will be the holiday of a lifetime.

Tobago has yet to experience mass tourism. In fact, the island's strongest characteristic is the friendly and hospitable Tobagonian population who genuinely welcome visitors to their island and have not yet become the cynical money-grabbing local population of most holiday destinations.

Being at the southern end of the leeward island chain and only 10 degrees north of the equator, Tobago has a very consistent climate all year round. The Trade Winds keep the island cool and fresh and many a visitor will consider air-conditioning unnecessary during the cool of the night.

Visitors expecting Mediterranean-style nightlife will be sadly disappointed. However, those wishing to retreat from the hectic pace of life of modern Europe and North America are commended to the resort - Tobago is surely the Caribbean's ultimate "chill out" destination.

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