Englishman's Bay Travel Guide

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Englishman's Bay Things to Do

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    by kyoub Written Apr 13, 2006

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    There is excellent birdwatching in this area. You may see parrots, jacamars. mot-mots, cocricos, hummingbirds and trogans.
    Keep your bins handy.

    Rufous-tailed Jacamar
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    Leatherback turtles come ashore here annually during the months of March to June to lay their eggs.
    It is a lovely place for a picnic or spending the day swimming and snorkeling.
    Watch for brown boodies searching for a meal.
    There are many mot-mots in the trees nearby.

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Englishman's Bay Transportation

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    by kyoub Written Apr 13, 2006

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    You may be able to book a daytrip to this area but it is far better to drive yourself. Rent a jeep in Crown Point or at some of the hotels and start driving. You won't get lost, the roads are good, and the traffic is light.

    Waiting for a ride
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Englishman's Bay Local Customs

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    This area is where many of the fishermen live and fish.
    You might be able to get one of them to take you out for an hour or so.

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Englishman's Bay Off The Beaten Path

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    by kyoub Updated Apr 18, 2006

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    At Parlatuvier Bay a new road cuts inland through the mountains connecting the leeward and windward coasts. You will pass by the Tobago Forest Reserve. There are good hiking trails. Along the way, hikers will see several species of hummingbirds,as well as many other birds.

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    by kyoub Updated Apr 13, 2006

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    Just west of Bloody Bay is another bay with a beautiful circular beach.
    Parlatuvier, is a tiny little fishing village. You will probably see school children out playing and fishing boats bobbing out on the bay, but little else. There is a small store there if you need some supplies or information.

    Circular beach
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    by kyoub Updated Apr 13, 2006

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    This area has one little bay after another. Bloody Bay is another one. It takes its name from a fierce battle that took place here between the Dutch, French, and British in the 1600's.
    Bloody Bay is for birdwatchers and naturalists.

    Bloody Bay
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Englishman's Bay Sports & Outdoors

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    by kyoub Written Apr 18, 2006

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    On the north side are two prominent rock formations, the Sisters and the St. Giles Islands. A little more than a mile offshore, to the west of Charlotteville, the Sisters feature a collection of 50 foot high, round, fat columns of bare rock.

    Off shore islands
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Englishman's Bay Favorites

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    by katekat Written Nov 12, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Englishman's Bay is one of the 'not-to-miss' places in Tobago that you can find in every tour guide. ironically it is popular because of the secluded and rarely attended beach. And it is true!

    Fondest memory: We reached there about 5 in the afternoon and the only noise we could hear was very strong waves hitting the shore. We couldn't even wal without being flooged up to our knees.
    one little shop was closed and looked like never opened for weeks. Two fishermens throwing lines into the sea from the beach.

    We had a romantic walk, feeling a little bit sad because we know the next day we was leaving this beautiful island... But we will come back there for sure.

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