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7 days discovering Trinidad and Tobago by superyacht

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Englishman'’s Bay, Tobago
Day 5

Cotton bay to Bloody Bay, Tobago

Spend the morning in Englishman’'s Bay – The rainforest comes right down to the lovely beach where the sand is powdery and pale and snorkelling is good around the deep sheltered bay. For a taste of the authentic, rural Tobago, nearby Parlatuvier Bay is home to a tiny fishing village of the same name.

There i’s little ashore except some local snack shacks, but this is a genuine flavour of the Caribbean. Finally, you wi’ll settle in Bloody Bay. The beauty of this place belies its gruesome name (said to originate from an historic battle that turned the sea red). This sheltered bay has clear water and golden sand, and is often deserted except for the odd fisherman.

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