Tobago - The Island of Robinson Crusoe
The island of Robinson Crusoe: an exotic picture book paradise. Palm trees, laden with coconuts bow to the waves gently lapping on the shore. Huge butterflies and tiny hummingbirds flit colourfully through the rainforest which covers the interior of the island. Large numbers of fish of every colour and size inhabits the waters and extensive reefs along the coast.
Life in the small fishing villages and the sleepy capital follows a soothing rhythm. The tourism mainly concentrates on the north west of the island in Crown Point, where nice bars and restaurants offer entertainment. Every Sunday night all hell breaks loose in the little place of Buccoo, The Sunday School, a hot party for locals and visitors alike.
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