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Geography and Location


"Enchanting Location - Paradise Found"
Tobago (together with its sister island Trinidad) are the most southerly Caribbean islands just off the coast of Venezuela, were once linked to the South American continent and this geological link reflects itself in its flora and fauna.
The exquisite island of Tobago measures just 26 miles (42 km.) by 7 miles (10 km.) with a total area of only 116 square miles (300 km.2), like a fish in shape, and is washed by the Caribbean sea on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other.
Tobago’s topography is rugged with low mountains and elevations of up to a maximum of 1890 feet (576m)



Climate and Weather Conditions in Tobago

"From radiant Sunrise to romantic Sunset"
Tobago enjoys a warm, tropical and glorious sunny climate all-the-year round, the average daytime temperature being 83F (29C) while at night temperatures may fall to 77F (25C) or less with little seasonal variation. Water sport lovers will welcome seas only a few degrees lower in temperature.

The dry and sunny season is from January to May and the “official” rainy season from June to December, however, it is possible to enjoy many days on the beach even during this latter period. Trade winds and the odd short shower may occur all the year round, and are often welcomed! - but do not detract from the wonderful climate of Tobago which is a joy to be experienced by all.

It is understandable that you might like to spend all your days in the beautiful sunshine, but we suggest you take care particularly during the “mid-day” period between 11.00 a.m. and 2.00 p.m. when even on the odd overcast occasion a high protection factor sun cream is advised.

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