Much smaller than neighbouring Trinidad and mainly uncluttered with industry or sprawling all-inclusive resorts, Tobago abounds with palm-lined beaches, pristine coral reefs and lush rainforest, giving visitors the impression that the island could be the last of the `unspoilt Caribbean`. Birdwatchers and naturalists flock here to witness the wealth of bird and animal species that thrive in the stunning, often mist-shrouded landscape. The remote seabird colony on Little Tobago, which lies off the main island`s northeast coast, featured in David Attenborough`s `Trials of Life` TV series.
Additional images and information on the island can be found on Clydeside Images.com. To find additional content from there, utilise the Blog`s search box or the `Overseas - Tobago` fly-out label on the right-hand side of the page. My Stock Photography Archive has even more shots of Tobago. If you wish to purchase any image(s) please email using the Contact Form and I will respond at the earliest opportunity.
Many of my Tobago wildlife shots were taken at the Grafton Caledonian Bird Sanctuary on the island`s west coast. The Arnos Vale Hotel, to the north, offers a novel way to birdwatch - just order afternoon tea and scones on the terrace and within a few moments the resident parrots will fly down and try to scoff the tasty treats before you do!
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