Pigeon Point and Store Bay are two of the most popular beaches. Pigeon Point is the calmest and safest because it is protected by Bucco Reef.
Pigeon Pont is also the most photographed places on Tobago.
The Peacock Mill was built around a sugar cane mill that was established in 1767. .Its located 4 miles from Scarborough and 3/4 mile from Crown Point International Airport.
You can usually see several peacocks on the grounds if you arrive early evening. They once warned the people in this area that some one was approaching down the road.
Favorite Dish: I liked the pumpkin soup probably the best but all our meal was quite good.
The dinner menu offers a choice of T-bone Steaks, Tenderloin Steaks, Garlic/ Creole shrimp, Jerk Chicken, Pork Spare Ribs and Fish served with salad, vegetables of the day or fries. There is a wide selection of drinks.
The Kariwak Restaurant is a very favorite of ours. We love the bamboo walls inside and eating outside under the bamboo roofs. The serve is top notch and the food is delicious.
It may cost a little more but it is well worth it.
There are several places to chose from at Store Bay. All are lined up side by side across from the beach. Curried crab and dumplings are a favorite. Other favorites are callaloo, pelau, and stewed chicken. Rotis are very popular also.
Nearby Crown Point is where you will more tha likely rent a car/jeep after you get off the airplane.
If you don't have gifts yet when you get to the airport, it isn't to late to shop.
There are several shops on the street across from the terminal.
If you are on Tobago on a Sunday afternoon, you must drive up to the Kimme Museum and see Luise Kimme's sculptures at her "castle". The german born sculptress, lives and works at the Fairyhaus. She carves huge tree trunks into shapes of dancers, lovers, mothers, and animals.
She is located south of the golf course along the road next to the Mt Irvine Bay Hotel.
The old Grafton estate has been turned into a wildlife sanctuary. It was once a cocoa plantation. It is located near the village of Black Rock .
The owner begun feeding the wild birds in the area, after the disruption of cocoa production by hurricane Flora in 1963.
Many birds usually come in around 4pm for their regular daily feeding.
You can always see banaquits and hummingirds around drinking sugar water from the feeders.