Tag Archives: BEACHES

Top things to do while in Bequia!

5 Aug

Go to the Beach!

White sand, turquoise seas and secluded bays. Bequia’s beaches invite you to relax and spend time unwinding.


Bequia has been a favourite destination of sea-farers for hundreds of years. Our lovely Port Elizabeth is full of yachting supplies and services and our great beaches, bars and restaurants make Bequia the perfect shore leave.

Admiralty Bay on Bequia’s leeward coast offers a sheltered and popular anchorage for visiting sailboats and motor yachts. Port Elizabeth is a port of entry and provides customs clearance.

Turtle Watching

Get close up to sea turtles, swim with them, learn how to protect them. Discover your eco side.

The Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary is located on Park Bay, a little further to the north of Spring and Industry. As well as the enjoyment of seeing juvenile sea turtles, it is also an educational experience. To see green turtles in the wild, one of the best places to visit is the Tobago Cays. You can book a boat trip there from one of the operators along the waterfront in Port Elizabeth.

Diving and Snorkeling

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Tobago Beaches: Our Top 25 for 2016

19 Jul
Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson

Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson

Source: Discover TnT

You’re stumped for choice when it comes to beaches in Tobago. A good rule of thumb: the further north you go, the quieter the beaches become. Here are our top 25, grouped by region — Crown Point and the southwest, theLeeward (Caribbean) coast, and the Windward (Atlantic) coast.

Pigeon Point. Photo courtesy TDC

Pigeon Point. Photo courtesy TDC

Crown Point

  • Canoe Bay (entrance fee): off the Milford Road, this might be Tobago’s calmest and shallowest bathing beach, perfect for young families. Rarely crowded, with excellent facilities including bar and beachfront cabanas
  • Pigeon Point ($20 entrance fee): Tobago’s picture-postcard beach. The water by the white coral sand is calm and warm and shallow, protected by Buccoo Reef and great for swimming and snorkelling. Thatched huts with picnic tables shelter you from the sun, and the on-site bar and restaurant provide refreshment and entertainment. Several water-sports businesses operate here: surfing, kite-surfing, wind-surfing, paddle-boarding, kayaking and more. Some glass-bottom boat tours also start here for the Reef and Nylon Pool. Make sure to take a photo or a selfie (or wefie) in the little thatched cabana at the end of the much-photographed jetty!
  • Store Bay: a stone’s throw from the airport, this relatively small, shadeless beach — cupped on both sides by small coral cliffs — is the heartbeat of Crown Point and one of the most popular (and busy) beaches in Tobago. Glass-bottom boats often leave at least twice daily for tours to Buccoo Reef and the Nylon Pool. It’s great for swimming, and snorkelling under coral cliffs at the southern end. There’s excellent craft shopping, food stalls, and changing rooms (small fee).

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La Sagesse Beach in St Davids – Grenada

6 Jul

Photo by @amsylvester

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Caribbean Poem: “Beaches” by Grannyeri

29 Apr

Source: All Poetry
Written By Grannyeri


White hot sand to run in,
golden sun shining down.
Blue waters washing on the shore,
not one reason to ever frown.

Caribbean holiday,
all inclusive, it’s the best.
Winter blues, we left up north,
this place leaves me impressed.

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The Caribbean’s Best All-Inclusive Resorts For Families

4 Dec


It takes more than just a playground and a children’s menu to guarantee a good time at a family all-inclusive. Here are the Caribbean resorts where we’d vacay with our own kin – and you should, too.

Beaches, Turks and Caicos

This trio of classic family all-incs (in Negril and Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and on Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands) pairs adult-appreciated perks such as Continue reading

The Best Caribbean Islands to Retire To

31 Oct

Sometimes you go to a Caribbean island and wish you didn’t have to leave. (Or perhaps in your case it’s all the time). These are the kind of islands you know you could live on permanently or already do.  More and more, that’s a decision people from all around the world are making — particularly when it comes to retirement. There are a number of islands across the Caribbean that are great for spending your retirement — and we’ve brought you our top recommendations, looking at factors like standard of living, affordability, healthcare, financial incentives, security and arts and culture. So perhaps next time you’ll pack your bags, head to the airport, and never return.




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15 Great Summer Vacations in the Caribbean for 2014

16 Jul

It’s one of the region’s best-kept secrets: the Caribbean is an even cooler place in the summer. It might be the summer breezes, or the emptied-out beaches or the great deals. But when you’re planning your summer vacation, look no further than Continue reading