All around the island of Tobago there are many beautiful sights.
Englishman’s bay is located about a 20 minute drive from Castara. At Englishman’s Bay you will find a long white beach with wonderful palm trees, a lovely restaurant that serves local food and sells souvenirs. Some would say that Englishman’s bay is the most beautiful beach on the island.
Fort King George lies on top of a hill at the end of Fort St, this sizable fort was built by the British between 1777 and 1779, and is worth a visit to see its restored colonial-era buildings and magnificent views. Benches under enormous saaman trees allow you to gaze out over Scarborough bay, while cannons line the fort’s stone walls, pointing out to sea over the palm-covered flatlands below.
The officers’ quarters now contain the small but worthy Tobago Museum , which displays a healthy collection of Amerindian artifacts, maps from the 1600s, military relics, a small geology exhibit and a very interesting collection of watercolor paintings by Sir William Young that depict Tobago from 1807 to 1815.
Large parts of the island of Tobago is covered in rain forest. The rain forest is one of the oldest protected rain forests in the world. With a guided tour you are able to see all the wonderful wildlife and fauna that is the backbone of this picturesque island. The rain forest is one of the must see spots during a visit to Tobago.