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Tobago Travels



Follow these STEPS to plan you next Tobago vacation:

Step 1 – Book your stay at Shandison Villa, Sea La Vista Villa or Sea La Vie Villa.

Step 2 – Book your flight Check Flights.

Step 3 – Pack your bag, you don’t need much for a spontaneous beach-break

Step 4 – Depart to your nearest airport and board…Just couple hours in the air… and finally, touch-down!

Step 5 – Walk off the plane, onto the tarmac of the ARN Robinson International Airport

Step 6 – Jump into your island-ride  and head over to your private and exclusive villa.

And lastly,

Step 7 – Throw down your bags and take it slow.

And yes, take it from me, it’s just that easy. When you’ve recharged and you’re ready to have somefun, here’s my guide to the Top 10 Things to do when staying in Tobago:



I’m no golfer, but… with facilities within walking distance of my front door, I had to try my luck, and I think I found my new weekend hobby.


  • The Tobago Plantations Beach resort boast a world class golf course on the 750-Acre and Golf Resort – Plantation Course; Built in 2001 by architect Bob Hunt.

  • Season: YEAR-ROUND!

  •  Holes: 18 / Par: 72

  • Length: 7009 yards

  • Fairways: Tifton 419 Bermuda / Greens – Tif Dwarf Bermuda Grass


For the true Golf-Enthusiasts, and novices like me, the course facility comes fully loaded; Carts, Driving Range, Bunker, Golf Academy, Teaching Pros, Pitching / Chipping Areas, Putting Greens and of course Credit Card Accepted.


Built amongst towering coconut palms, this golf-course guarantees a view of the Caribbean Sea, from almost every hole. Whether you’re walking or carting, be sure to look up at the bird-life soaring above you.


On this island, the flora come in a variety of colors, shapes and even sizes, but if you ask me, after spending time birdwatching in Tobago, I’m left to say, the birds are definitely worth watching. Seeing them in their natural habitat is the best - and only way - to spend time with these remarkable creatures. At our Luxury Villas in Tobago, you get the perfect opportunity to do just that, WATCH, RELAX and ENJOY!

While lounging in the pool, on private beach or just soaking in the sun on the lawn you’ll see birds feeding at one of the many bird feeders spread throughout Shandison Villa, Sea La Vie Villa & Sea La Vista Villa, luring our winged friends ever closer. Birds like the Copper-Rumped Hummingbird, Magnificent Frigatebirds, Red-billed Tropicbird, Rufous-tailed Jacamar, Rufous-vented Chacalaca, Motmot, Blue-backed Manakin, Bananaquit, are some of the incredible birds that call Tobago their home.


This island paradise of Tobago boasts a variety of bird species that found their way to the island from neighbouring Venezuela and surroundings, with some species’ migration patterns stretching as far as the Artic Circle.

You don’t have to search far to find these splendid specimens, they find you where you are, all you have to do is be there.


Work-up a sweat on one of two professional tennis courts that await you at Tobago Plantation, at the Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort. Quality, artificial surfaces are made available to guests for day and night play.


Forgot your racket at home? No worries – it’s no problem, the court provides equipment suitable for all players. And not forgetting your spectators, a beautiful, shady gazebo allows onlookers a cool and breezy view of the action taking place on the court.

Just like golf, you’ll never know if you’re good at it, unless you try. The tennis courts await your arrival, channel your inner Federer or Nadal, and play tennis like a Grand Slam Champion!


How does one get around the Tobago Plantations Estate? On a BIKE of course! Bikes are available for rent at the nearby Magdalena Grand Hotel and for our guests’ mobility throughout the compound. Why drive when you can cycle?


It’s a great way to stay loose and flexible on vacation, it keeps the blood flowing - even if you’re just running out to pick up lunch. Using bikes are the guest’s preferred means of transportation on compound, this not only keeps us active, but also helps reduce our Carbon Footprint, to me that’s a ‘step’ in the right direction.

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