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Popular Beaches of Tobago
Store Bay
Two minutes from the airport and one of Tobago’s most popular beaches. Store Bay is also the site of the Great Race Great Race and one of the venues of the Great Fete. With clear, calm water it is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Store Bay is a busy, shadeless beach with native craft stalls and local food kiosks. Clean facilities are available and Lifeguards are on duty. It is also very easy to book a boat trip to Bucco Reef.
Pigeon Point
The peninsula of Pigeon Point is Tobago’s most beautiful beach and home to the famous thatch-roofed jetty which has become an internationally recognised signature theme for Tobago. The peninsula became the property of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) in late 2005 and was renamed Pigeon Point Heritage Club. An entry fee of TT$18 (US$3/£2) per person (children aged 6-12 half-price and children under 6 free) applies. Having paid your entrance fee you are allowed to use the private facilities.There are also gift, snack and souvenir shops. Fishing, diving and Buccoo Reef trips are easily accessible and often depart from Pigeon Point. Lifeguards are on duty.
Canoe Bay
This is a good family beach with cabanas.The water is very calm and shallow a long way out. There is a bar and excellent facilities but beware of mosquitoes in the evening. This beach opens from 9am to 5pm. Entrance fee: TT$15 adults, children TT$6, children under-five are free.
Englishman’s Bay
Englishman’s Bay lies on the edge of the rain forest. A small wooden signpost off a small tarmac road in the rain forest will point you down a sun splashed tunnel of bamboo - and there it is. There is nothing but peace and photo opportunities. There are no facilities and only a small snack trolley selling delicious local pies and soft drinks
Turtle Beach
A grey-sand beach, good for swimming. Stay near the Rex Turtle Beach Hotel, as other areas are very secluded. Kayaks and hobbycats available for rent. Horse back riding is available as well as seasonal turtle watching.
Pirate’s Bay
A dirt road, half a mile long, at the end of Charlotteville leads you to a 144-step descent and Pirate’s Bay. The beautiful, pink-sand beach with calm water offers good swimming and snorkelling. No facilities.