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This beach has been called Tobago’s finest by lots of visitors. Snorkelers will find colorful reefs to explore just offshore, and sun-seekers will appreciate the lounge chairs and umbrellas available to rent. There’s a boardwalk here, too, that serves as the ultimate photo spot.
Pink Lotus Waterlily in garden pond
Scarborough’s Botanical Gardens date back to the 19th century and encompass 17 acres of lush greenery and vibrant flower. Catch stunning glimpses of the bay as you wander past climbing orchids and crimson-covered royal poinciana trees and watch for the island’s blue-and-orange motmot bird.
This 18th-century wonder played a crucial role during Tobago’s turbulent colonial past. These days, it’s a far more peaceful place. You can explore the officer’s mess and the fort’s prison, and peruse pre-Columbian artifacts in the Tobago Museum, housed in the former barrack guardhouse.
Tobago flies under the radar, but its food scene is worthy of international acclaim. You’ll find everything from fine dining to beach bars serving up cuisine that spans the globe, but for the most authentic taste of the island, look for dishes like rum-roasted pork, stewed chicken, curried crab and dumplings, and anything with Tobago honey.
If you’re on the hunt for locally made souvenirs and crafts like seashell jewelry and carved calabashes, your best bet is to head to a popular beach — artisans often walk up and down the shore selling their wares. You can also head to Scarborough’s market square and browse the stalls along Milford and Wilson roads.
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