Main Beach at Pigeon Point Heritage Park on the southwest coast of Tobago is one of the most beautiful in the Caribbean, noted for its iconic jetty and calm swimming waters. A TT$20 admission fee gets you access to the lifeguard-protected beach  as well as restaurants serving famous Trini "bake and shark" (fried flatbread, shark meat, and other ingredients), vendors selling local handicrafts, access to showers, and bathrooms. Glass-bottom boat tours for nearby Buccoo Reef and the Nylon Pool depart regularly from the Pigeon Point Jetty. North Beach is a hotspot for windsurfing and kiteboarding, and you can get a lesson on these exciting water sports here.



Mount Irvine Bay Beach is rarely as crowded as one might imagine and offers a fair amount of Shade from its sea grape trees and palms. The water here are a gorgeous turquoise calm reef, but during the winter you can expect some waves that are great for Surfing. Locals and vacationers alike head to this beach for a relaxing time, it offers a beautiful Sunset, you can also rent Kayak and other Water Sport equipment here.

Located in Mt. Irvine, 2.1 miles northeast of Bon Accord, this beach is on the West edge of Tobago. Although Trinidad and Tobago has beaches that are more secluded than Mt. Irvine Beach, it has just the right amount of private-feel to attract visitors, it can be accessed from the Main Road on Auchenskeoch Bucco Bay Road