Rainbow Resort

Milford Road, Crown Point, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Crown Point

Tobago farewell

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... a pretty little beach, however, that was supervised by the Department of Tourism. There were changing rooms and showers and a team of three life guards was on duty. Surf boards and other water sports equipment was available for rent and refreshment was available from local vendors. A very pushy beach-chair lessor persuaded us to rent his wares.

Off the beach a small coral reef was immediately at hand. Sad to say, ...

Bachacks on parade

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... species, iguanas and the endless array of flora unique to this amazing UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Lindrena was particularly taken by the parade of leaf-cutter ants, known locally as "bachacks" that marched considerable distances along well worn paths, carrying their green burdens like huge parasols back to their nests.

Just by-the-way, the serendipitous choice of guide was one of the great success stories of our trip. ...

Out on the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


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The Nylon Pool is essentially a coral-sand sandbar, created, one supposes, by the way tidal and other currents intermingle at this particular point on the reef system. The sandbar is quite shallow, generally not much more than three feet deep. Its lack of depth allows it to absorb the sun's heat making it significantly warmer than other places on the reef. It is, therefore, a delightful place for swimming and dabbling and even non-swimmers can enjoy the pleasure. The ...

In the shelter of the reef

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... Coral Reef, the leading edge of which lies off shore about one kilometer. Heavy Caribbean surf pounds into the reef out there, dissipating energy in a spectacular display of crashing white crests on blue sea. Arriving on shore, the fury has been reduced to gentle swells, perfect for snorkeling or just dabbling about.

Pigeon Point is operated as a heritage park by the government of Tobago. Entry fee is about $3.00 CDN. for adults. For your money you ...

On the beach

A travel blog entry by andy_n


... the gate attendant.

This had been a hard winter back in Canada. There was ten feet of snow in the bush at Searchmont, where Ted's cottage is, only slightly less on his front lawn, and slightly less than that on ours. We were now standing in shirtsleeves beneath swaying palms, beside a sandy beach that received gentle swells off a turquoise sea. Thoughts of extending our stay were already forming.

We were greeted by Johnston Apartments ...

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This hotel, located on Milford Road, Crown Point, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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