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7 days discovering Trinidad and Tobago by superyacht

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Pigeon Point
Day 2

Snorkelling on Buccoo Reef

After a few hours you will raise the coast of Tobago, and undergo custom formalities in Scarborough — perhaps use this as a chance to go ashore and discover Tobago’'s main town; it has some shops and the historic Fort King George, now a museum.

Leaving the rougher Atlantic side of the island behind, you’ will head just round to the Caribbean side and Store Bay. This is the perfect base to take a tender ride round to Pigeon Point and the lovely Buccoo reef for some wonderful snorkelling.

This is a protected marine park and is one of the most accessible reefs in the Caribbean. Store Bay itself has one of the island'’s most popular public beaches, overlooked by the low-key Store Bay Holiday Resort.

To avoid the crowds visit the beach at Pigeon Point, which is one of the best beaches in the Caribbean. You’ will be charged a modest fee to enter but it has one of the best sunset views in the Caribbean.

Picture courtesy of Ramona Heim/Shutterstock.com

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