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7 days discovering Trinidad and Tobago by superyacht

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Leatherback turtle
Day 4

Cotton Bay and Castara, Tobago

Continue to head northeast along the Caribbean coast towards Cotton Bay (aka Celery Bay). If your visit corresponds with turtle nesting season (March-August) you may be able to stop off at Turtle Beach, within Great Courland Bay, and watch the huge leatherbacks come in to lay their precious eggs.

Otherwise stop of for a morning swim in Arnos Vale Bay –and reputedly the best snorkelling on the island. Head to Castara Bay for lunch, and to while away the afternoon. There are two golden sand beaches here and good snorkelling. If you are lucky– you may get to swim with manta rays.

Ashore you can easily hike up into the hills to enjoy some spectacular views and cool off in forest waterfalls. You can watch the sunset over the Caribbean, but will probably return to Cotton Bay (aka Celery bay) for a restful night.

Picture courtesy of Bikeriderlondon/Shutterstock.com

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