Drive through Tobago's capital, Scarborough and visit Fort King George before embarking on the unique Windward Road to enjoy spectacular mountain scenery, sprawling beaches and small coastal villages. Then, visit to a 10th century sugar plantation house and the fishing village of Charlottesville, with Pigeon Peak, Tobago's highest mountain, rising just behind it.
- Tobago Island tour
- City of Scarborough
- Fort King George and museum
- Richmond Great House
- Roxborough, Speyside and Charlotteville
- Hotel pickup and dropoff
What You Can Expect
Your tour begins with a drive through the island capital Scarborough. You will enjoy a beautiful panoramic view from Fort King George and visit the museum. Driving along the winding coastal road, you'll pass several villages, rivers and an abundance of tropical vegetation.
On your way, yo'll visit the famous "Richmond Great House", a restored 10th century sugar plantation house. Passing through Roxborough and Speyside, you finally reach Charlotteville at the northern most point of the island. This typical little fishing village at the base of Pigeon Peak will charm you. You can have lunch (not included) at Jemma's Tree House Restaurant in Speyside.
Concluding your tour, you will travel along the Atlantic coastline en route back to your hotel.
Was a great day out, gives you a good idea of what to see on the first day out. Worthwhile.
A good introduction to nearly every part of the island. Recommend not doing the tour on a Saturday as many island businesses and attractions are closed.