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Experience Tobago

Overview
Fast facts
  • Smaller of two islands comprising the nation of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Explore the island’s lush landscapes from tropical rainforests to untouched beaches
  • Learn about the island’s rich history at the 18th century Fort King George ruins

Untouched beaches, lush rainforests and sparkling waters await on the island of Tobago. This picturesque island is the smaller of two Caribbean islands that make up the nation of Trinidad and Tobago. While Trinidad is known for its bustling nightlife, Tobago has a laidback atmosphere more conducive to vacationers seeking a relaxing getaway in paradise. Spend your days soaking up the sun on a pristine beach or explore one of the island’s many historical sites, including the ruins of Fort King George which provides breathtaking views of the coast. Head to Scarborough, the capital of Tobago, and visit the Scarborough Market where you can shop for handmade souvenirs or stroll through the Scarborough Botanical Gardens.

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Travel tips

National language: English

Currency: Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (TTD). We recommend travellers bring USD (United States Dollars) for their vacation to Tobago.

What to pack: Don’t know what to bring? Don’t worry. Click here for a full checklist to print and refer to when packing for your vacation in Tobago.

What to buy: Bring back local handmade goods for your friends and family including wood carvings, jewelry made from local gems and handmade artisanal soap.

Getting around: Your local Sunwing Experiences representative will handle your airport transfers, providing you with round-trip transportation from the airport to your resort and back.

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