Best Things To Do in Scarborough, Trinidad And Tobago

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  • The beaches are the main tourist attractions of the city. There are so many in numbers that you will not get bored even if you spend time in two different each day.
  • Apart from that there is a lot of scope for diving, surfing and of course the best activity is snorkeling down the beautiful reefs. There are abundant coral reefs and rich marine reserves in this place.
  • Apart from that there is also a museum and a fort out here which come after the beaches in ranking. Last but not the least- do not miss out on a day sail experience or a cruise ride.

Below we have a list of things to do in Scarborough and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Scarborough getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Scarborough with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Scarborough

Here is the list of things to do in Scarborough and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Pigeon Point Beach

    4.4 (277 Votes)
    Pigeon Point Beach

    Beach, Park, Walking Area

    This is often referred to as the most beautiful beach in this city. The specialties of this beach are but more than one. This includes the white silvery sands, the soothing warm waters and most remarkable is of course the thatched jetty. This jetty is not only what enhances the beauty of this beach but it is also a symbol of the whole city. The beach is also a part of a Heritage Park known as t...Read more
  2. Nylon Pool

    Water Body, Water Sport, Boating

    This is a part of the famous Bucco Reef of the City and is known for the serene beauty of the blue waters. It is a well conserved site and is thus extremely well maintained. It was earlier on known as the Dance Pool but then renamed as the Nylon Pool by Princess Margaret on her visit in 1962. There is a hilarious myth behind visiting this pool. It says that swimming in this pool can reduce your...Read more
  3. Englishman's Bay

    4.5 (140 Votes)
    Englishman's Bay

    Outdoors, Beach, Island, Walking Area

    This bay is situated on the leeward side of the city and is not as popular as the beach on the western part. In spite of its remote location, the bay is known to be the most beautiful on the island. The sight of the beach and the waters look like it is a painting hung on the walls. The lovely crescent shape and the surrounding bunches of greenery are two main reasons of its beauty. The waters a...Read more
  4. Tobago Forest Reserve

    4.4 (159 Votes)
    Tobago Forest Reserve

    Outdoors, Forest, Island, Nature

    The Forest reserve that is also known as The Main Ridge forest reserve is the oldest protected part of land in the western Hemisphere. This was declared as a protected site by the English more than a couple of centuries ago. The purpose to protect these more than thousand acres of land was to conserve water and also the environment for the future generations. The place now receives the largest ...Read more
  5. Castara Bay

    4.3 (110 Votes)
    Castara Bay

    Beach, Water Body, Village, Walking Area

    The bay is a part of the Castara Village located on the north- easterly part of Toabgo. It is situated between the Main Ridge and the Caribbean Sea. It is just a half an hour drive from the capital city of Scarborough. The village is small but very beautiful and the white sands of the beach along with the warm turquoise color waters make a perfect combination to increase the enchanting beauty o...Read more
  6. Store Bay

    Beach, Island, Boating

    This beach is right next to the airport and thus the location makes it the most popular and visited beach in the whole island city. The clear blue waters and the clean and well maintained sands make it even better for the visitors. There is of course little shade in this very sunny area but there are definitely quite a number of beach chairs with umbrellas that can be hired out here. The beach ...Read more
  7. Argyle Waterfalls

    Outdoors, River, Nature, Bird Watching

    This waterfall on the Argyle River is known to be one of the most beautiful and charming places in such a remote corner of the universe. It is the oldest natural wetland reserve in the whole area. The unspoiled beauty of the surroundings and the rippling waters make a very pleasant combination. The place is such that the music of birds chirping enhances the charm of this paradise on earth. The ...Read more
  8. Island Girl Catamaran
    Island Girl is a custom built catamaran boat with a lot of space inside for the ultimate luxury cruise. The boat can hold around 40 people on board but it always takes bookings for less than that so that the tourists can get a lot of free space to let their hair down. There is so much to do the whole day starting from fish watching to do snorkeling in the beautiful reefs and then of course the ...Read more
  9. Little Tobago

    4.4 (70 Votes)
    Little Tobago

    Outdoors, Forest, Island, Wildlife Sanctuary

    This beautiful island is also known as the Bird of Paradise Island given the fact that it is as mesmerizing as paradise and it is a bird reserve sanctuary. In the year 1909, Sir William Ingram bought 26 such islands from the Dutch and these were all passed on to his son after his death. His son further gifted a part of these to the State of Tobago in a condition that it will be kept and conserv...Read more
  10. Splash Sports Catamaran Cruises
    As the name suggests, this is a thrilling experience of travelling the whole day in a catamaran style cruise along the most remote bays and beaches of the island city. The adventurous cruise makes you forget all your tensions and just bask in the beauty of nature. The bays such as Cotton Bay that are only viable by boat or by hiking is also a part of this tour. A whole day of swimming, snorkeli...Read more
  11. Buccoo Reef

    4.7 (135 Votes)
    Buccoo Reef
    This is one of the most accessible reefs in the Caribbean island. It has been rated as the third most beautiful reef in the whole world. It lies between the Pirate’s Bay and the Store Bay and is covered with more than five reefs along its sides. There are a number of coral varieties found underwater here such as star, brain and other corals. The rich marine life makes this place a must vi...Read more
  12. Adventure Farm And Nature Reserve

    Biking Trail, Play, Adventure, Nature

    This is an estate covering many hundred acres of land and acting as a natural habitat to many plants and birds species. The name nature reserve comes mainly from the fact that there is an abundance of lovely tropical fruit trees such as mangoes, citrus, guavas, bananas, papayas, West Indian cherries etc. The other division is another treasure hunt with numerous butterflies and birds such as kin...Read more
  13. Zoe Snorkeling Charter
    This is probably the best snorkeling tour you will get in the city. The organizer is Peter and his jet boat is called Joe. This is a completely personalized tour in terms that Peter also travels along with his tourists to give them the most comfortable experience and also so that they can bring to him their queries or grievances. The charter starts early in the day and covers almost all the bea...Read more
  14. Fort Bennett

    Historical Site, Fort

    This small and beautiful fort is situated at the end of a sloping road and looks more like a mansion now. This lovely bungalow is said to have been built by the Dutch between 1628 and 1636. The remnants of the old original fort is said to be buried under the renovated building that we see now. This is according to experts an indication of the numerous renovations and the battles fought during t...Read more
  15. Charlotteville
    This place is where the earliest English men arrived during the 17th century as this was a land of the Dutch. It is now a popular fishing village but with no such infrastructural development in terms of hotels, buildings or roads alike. The rawness and beauty of this remote village is what attracts tourists to it. This village overlooks a number of bays among which the most beautiful and popula...Read more