Englishman’s Bay, Tobago

Tobago’s best kept secret

Englishman’s Bay, Tobago

An isolated and spacious beach between Castara and Parlatuvier on Tobago’s leeward coast. Englishman’s Bay is regarded as one of the island’s most picturesque.  The water is deep blue and lustrous. Near the shore you can see a wide variety of stunning fishes. Enjoy a perfect day of snorkeling, swimming and fishing. 

The beach is shaped like a typical crescent, surrounded by the vibrant green forests dropping from Tobago’s Main Ridge. A  small restaurant/souvenir shop, and a bathroom are available. Be prepared to have a memorable experience. 

What to Expect

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“Incredibly beautiful. When we were there we had the beach to ourselves. The water is amazing and sooooo blue. Truly a scene from the movies. Would not miss this if you are coming or in Tobago.” – Adam Wenzel.     

“This is a beautiful bay that feels untouched and unspoilt. It has a cafe that sells the tastiest rotis and cold drinks. They have a selection of souvenirs and you can rent sunbeds for about £2 for the day. The water is crystal clear and you can snorkel and see a variety of stunning fish close to shore. We walked from Castara and it took us about 45 minutes. It is a gorgeous walk and you can get some stunning pictures along the way.” – Carol V.

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Uncrowded, secluded and serene blue beach that is ideal for swimming and snorkeling.