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Flights to Tobago
Just 26 miles long and 10 miles wide, Tobago may be small, but it's certainly perfectly formed. As soon as you step off your flight to Tobago, you’ll be in awe of its beauty. It's a natural wonder, with a rainforest that's been protected for more than 300 years, pelicans that dive for fish as you swim, and beaches so stunning you'd think they were painted.
Flights available now, with the flexibility to change if you need to.
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Get up close to nature
Make like David Attenborough and hike through Tobago's rainforest with a local expert guide, or hire a jeep and explore the island safari style. Either way, you won't believe your eyes. Get more tips for exploring Tobago on our blog.
Dive among the wreckage
The diving in Tobago is second to none. Explore the bridge, deck and cabins of a wrecked ship, and spot manta rays and blacktip sharks. Then head back to one of these great places to stay.
Ready, steady, goat!
One of the quirkier highlights of the Tobago year is the Goat and Crab Racing Festival in Buccoo, where the jockeys run alongside their somewhat unusual charges. Afterwards, check out the local street food.
It may not be a late night island but you can still have a great time. Head for Buccoo's Sunday School street festival to eat, drink and dance alongside the locals.
Feel the heat
If you're heading to Tobago in February and want to crank up the pace for a day or two, pop over to neighbouring Trinidad for one of the world’s best carnivals, the Trinidad Carnival.
Weather and local info
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Before you set off, take a look at our guide to Tobago's ANR Robinson International Airport.
Route taxis or 'public taxis' operate set routes and can be waved down from the roadside. Private taxis are a little more expensive but will take you wherever you want to go. There is no rail service in Tobago.
The currency of Tobago is the Trinidad and Tobago Dollar. The US Dollar is also accepted in most places, but not everywhere on the island.
The voltage is usually 115 volts in Tobago. North American grounded and non grounded plugs are used.