Winter months, between December and May are the peak tourist months in Tobago. During this time, weather is agreeable for sightseeing and exploring biodiversity of the country. Hotel rates spike in January and February due to the Trinidad Carnival, so book your Tobago flights in advance. The summer months between June and October are the hottest, not suitable for travel. Though summer is the time when you can get major discounts on hotels and cheap flights to Tobago.
A.N.R. Robinson International Airport serves the island of Tobago. Owned by Tobago House of Assembly and operated by Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, the airport was formerly called Crown Point International Airport. Passengers can take flights to Tobago from destinations like London, New York, Frankfurt, and more. Airlines like British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and Monarch Airlines provide services to the airport.Places of Interest in Tobago
Located in the southern Caribbean, Tobago is the smaller of the two main islands that make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The island is inundated with natural treasures, featuring lush tropical rain forest, excellent wildlife, cascading waterfalls, impressive coastal panoramas and diverse marine life.Pigeon Point
Pigeon Point, also known as Pigeon Point Heritage Park is considered to be the most popular beach of Tobago. Featuring white sand, coconut palms, shallow turquoise sea and a thatch-roofed jetty which has become an internationally recognized signature of Tobago, the beach is well known for jet skiing and windsurfing.Argyle Waterfalls
Encircled by verdant jungle, Argyle Waterfalls are a series of picture perfect waterfalls, nestled about 25 kilometres drive from Scarborough, the capital of Tobago. Reputed to be one of the most pristine and beautiful waterfalls in Tobago, they are a part of the Main Ridge Reserve, the oldest protected rainforest reserve in the Western Hemisphere.Little Tobago Bird Sanctuary
Little Tobago Bird Sanctuary is the most delightful venue for the bird enthusiasts. It is a breeding site for seabirds such as Red-billed Tropicbird, Audubon's Shearwater, Brown Booby, and more. It is the only venue in Tobago where you can get incredibly close to a wide variety of nesting birds.