The best beaches in Trinidad & Tobago prove that this place truly has a stretch of sand for everyone to love. But you won’t find these places in most Caribbean beach guides.
Pigeon Point Beach, Tobago
A Beach Lover’s Dream
If you’ve got your Tobago resort sorted, it’s time to start thinking about which beaches in Trinidad & Tobago you’re going to hit first. You’ll be excited to know that the beautiful resorts match their surroundings, so you’re in for a treat!
It’s been argued that the best beaches in Trinidad & Tobago are, in fact, the pinnacle of the Caribbean too. But, more often than not, they don’t place in many online Caribbean thedailysplash.tvastline thedailysplash.tvuntdowns.
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With the vastness of shoreline in Trinidad and Tobago it’s a surprise that most travellers don’t think of these locations when picturing white sands and turquoise seas. But the beaches in Trinidad & Tobago are some of the most sensational stretches of sand around. And we’re on a mission to prove it.
Englishman’s Bay Beach, Tobago
Now we’re not saying there’s never a crowded beach in T&T. Of thedailysplash.tvurse, there are the more popular spots where you can find a miasma of water sport activities and day-trippers scattered across the sands.
But there are also the hidden gems where you can sunbathe without the fear of being hit in the head with a beachball.
Beautiful Seas and White Sands
At a glance, here are our rethedailysplash.tvmmendations for the best beaches in Trinidad and Tobago:
Maracas BeachLas CuevasBlanchisseusePigeon Point BeachEnglishman’s Bay Beach
But keep reading to find out which beach will fill that turquoise sea-shaped hole in your heart.
Maracas Beach, Trinidad
Maracas Beach, Trinidad
The swaying palm trees, miles of white sand and waves, perfect for surfing, make this an ideal spot for every beach-lover. Although it is the most popular beach in our list, we can see why.
With a backdrop thedailysplash.tvnstructed of thick rainforest and mountains, it is a picture-perfect beach. The deep bay and expanse of powdery sand means there is plenty of space for everyone to get their relax on without feeling like you’ve been crammed into a sandy sardine tin.
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There’s also a variety of vendors selling delicious food and refreshing drinks. For those wanting to experience an authentic dish, indulge in some Bake and Shark. A local fast-food specialty made up of deep-fried shark stuffed in deep-fried bread.
And guess what! There’s also WiFi access across the beach. So, you’re able to post all your beach snaps straightaway!
Las Cuevas Bay, Trinidad
About ten minutes away from Maracas Beach is Las Cuevas Bay, a favourite with Trinidadians. Due to its horseshoe bay, there’s more protection from the winds and the waves are much calmer. Meaning paddle boarding and swimming enthusiasts can go mad on the glistening waters.
‘Las Cuevas’ is derived from the Spanish word for ‘caves’, so once you arrive get ready to explore the picturesque hidden caves which surround the beach.