Pigeon Point Beach, Tobago
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Known for its iconic jetty with a thatched roof, Pigeon Point Beach represents one of the best beaches on the island. The stretch of sand is part of a 50 hectare (125 acre) nature reserve. Swim in the azure waters, lounge on the sand, or take refuge from the sun in the shade of the palm trees that fringe the shore. The beach also offers water sports like parasailing and jet-skiing, or you can take a glass-bottom boat tour. A couple of restaurants line the beach, where you can indulge in local cuisine and snacks. Make Pigeon Point Beach part of your personalized Crown Point itinerary using our Crown Point vacation trip planner.
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We spent an afternoon at Pigeon Point Beach a couple of weeks ago. Quite simply, I LOVED it. The beach was beautiful and the water was calm and clear. It was a wonderfully relaxing day. A must see whi... read more »
Have been going to Tobago since 2008, and every time I would spend a few lazy days on Pigeon Point beach, absolutely fantastic in every aspect
I don't like a lot of crowds, so it was a wedek day both I and the husband enjoyed our stay will returnagain
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