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Tobago is the smaller of the two islands comprising Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean Sea’s southernmost country. Centuries of colonisation, slaves, and immigrant labour have added to the native population to create a cultural melting pot.
Catch a glimpse of the island’s cultural history at Fort King George and Fort Milford. The real pleasures, though, are to be had on the beaches and in the sea surrounding Tobago. Between March and September, sea turtles come ashore on the island to lay eggs at Turtle Beach, Grafton Beach and Back Bay.
Pigeon Point offers picturesque views, water sports, live music and beach-front dining. For a more secluded beach try Pirate’s Bay, a great swimming and snorkelling location which can only be accessed by descending a tall set of steps.
The island has inland wonders as well, including the three-level Fundafa Waterfall and Tobago Main ridge Forest Reserve where bird watchers might see a tiny hummingbird or long-beaked jacamar.

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