• Castara Beach

Tobago Multi Centre

Tobago may be a small tropical island but it definitely doesn't lack things to do, it is renowned for its stunning pristine white coral sandy beaches and the dense Main Ridge Forest. The forest occupies 40% of the island's land mass and is home to over 230 different species of birds, generating endless opportunities to explore its unique wildlife. This suggested twin centre brings you everything you could want out of a trip to Tobago, a fabulous mixture of culture, nature and relaxation.

Stay for the first four nights at Castara Retreats, the beach is just a five minute stroll away, make sure to look out for the Pelicans and Hummingbirds along the way to the two  stunning bays and venture into the local village to explore the culture and try fresh sea food straight from the fishermen's boats. The lodges do not serve breakfast, encouraging you to discover the local restaurants and bars that you wouldn't discover in a traditional all-inclusive, you can even purchase the daily catch once the boats pull into shore. It's the ideal location if you are looking to unwind and relax in true bliss with wellness, nourishment and simplicity at the forefront of your magical trip.

As Tobago is only 25 miles long and seven miles wide, its just a short transfer from Castara Retreats to the Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort, here you can spend your final six nights with unspoilt ocean views and numerous activities included in their all-inclusive package. If you're looking to explore the island further, you can visit Argyle Waterfalls, Buccoo Reef coral reef or Little Tobago where you can reveal the true beauty of the island. Tobago has endless amounts of things to do and see, this twin centre offers the perfect combination for a remarkable holiday.

Duration
11 days
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
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Trip highlights

  • Discover the unspoilt corner of Castara
  • Visit the oldest protected rain forest in the Western hemisphere
  • Off the beaten track excursions
  • Tobago's highest waterfalls