Tobago West Indies  

Tobago is the smallest island of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. Approximately 300sq kms with a population of 50,000, and one of the most southerly and un spoilt places in the Caribbean. It's charming and friendly inhabitants contribute to a safe and relaxing atmosphere for the whole family.

The tropical climate sees temperatures fluctuating between 22 C / 71 F at night, to 32 C / 89 F during the day. A usual gentle breeze helps provide a hot yet pleasant climate for most of the year round.

Having been colonised by the Carib Indians, the French, Spanish, Dutch & the British, Tobago is steeped in history and has provided the inspiration for many novelists & artists. Robinson Crusoe and Swiss Family Robinson both have their roots in this tropical paradise.

The centre of island plays host to a large and mountainous rain forest, rich in rare species of birds and wildlife; while the coast is surrounded by two major coral reefs.

The spectacular Buccoo Reef at the southern tip of the island is easily accessible from the world famous beach at Pigeon Point.

Crown Point Airport is within an easy 15 - 20 minute drive of The Fourteenth Green, which is perfect for ease of arrival and departure; despite the quick journey time there is no aeroplane noise at the property.

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