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7 days discovering Trinidad and Tobago by superyacht

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Mount Irvine Bay, Tobago
Day 3

Mount Irvine Bay, Tobago

A short hop will bring you to Mount Irvine Bay. The beach here is OK, but can be busy. The best plan is to use this bay as your base (it’'s a secure anchorage) and explore on land and by tender.

If you’ are fond of wildlife, stop off at the mangrove-fringed Bon Accord Lagoon, only accessible from the sea and see what birds and animals you can spot. Golfers can take a detour via the Mount Irvine Golf Course, near Grange Beach, which is one of the best golf courses in the Caribbean with stunning sea views

North of Mt Irvine Bay is Stone Haven Bay, with snorkelling to the calmer North end, the bay has powerful waves an currents. – The primary attraction is on shore and the Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort. This 4-star hotel has the best spa facilities on Tobago.

Picture courtesy of Richard Semik/Shutterstock.com

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