The following John Jefferis blog features the different adventures that await the prospective Tobago explorer.
For those whose wanderlust has been slaked by the ineffable beauty of Tobago, there is no denying the fact that within its small landscapes lie a plethora of undertakings that never fail to astonish every time.
Leading travel site Tripadvisor.com lists down the top four attractions deemed by tourists as a must-see when visiting Tobago.
1. Being with Horses, Buccoo. Universally acclaimed by those who experienced it first-hand, this activity veers away from the typical horseback ride. It begins with a presentation of the horses and ride along the beach, followed by a memorable swim while on horseback.
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Through the leadership of John Jefferis, Coco Reef Tobago has been able to bag World Travel Award’s “Best Resort in the Caribbean” title from 2008-2012.
2. Englishman’s Bay. Considered by some as the ‘nicest beach in the island,’ Englishman’s Bay is an isolated beach that is especially known for being a great swimming and snorkelling site.
3. Nylon Pool. In stark contrast to the un-crowded Englishman’s Bay, Nylon Pool is the island’s liveliest beach, with hordes of beach lovers swarming it every day. The beach’s management successfully preserves its pristine condition with tourists praising its crystal clear waters and amazing view of corals.
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4. Tobago Forest Reserve. Initially established to combat European deforestation in 1763, this was the Western Hemisphere’s first forest reserve. This breathtakingly virginal wildlife area boasts of a biodiversity that serves as a haven for nature lovers.
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