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Pigeon Point

Pigeon Point is a popular beach and tourist destination located on the southwestern tip of Tobago, which is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea and part of the nation of Trinidad and Tobago.

The beach is known for its soft white sand, crystal-clear waters, and scenic views of the nearby Buccoo Reef. The area has been developed into a beach resort with facilities such as restaurants, bars, changing rooms, and water sports equipment rentals, including kayaks, paddleboards, and jet skis.

Pigeon Point is also a popular spot for snorkeling and scuba diving due to its proximity to the Buccoo Reef, which is home to a diverse array of marine life. The beach is accessible by car or taxi from the nearby Crown Point area.

Pigeon Point is one of the island’s most known beach.
The entire peninsula is also known as Pigeon Point Heritage Park.

  • Life guards
  • Security
  • Cabanas
  • Water sports
  • Shops
  • Restaurant & Bar
  • Entrance fee – $20.00 TTD for Adults, Kids $10.00 TTD
    under 6 yrs – free