Bon Accord Lagoon

Bon Accord Lagoon is a shallow lagoon located on the southwestern coast of Tobago, which is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea and part of the nation of Trinidad and Tobago.

The lagoon is separated from the ocean by a narrow strip of land, and is connected to the sea by a narrow channel. The area surrounding the lagoon is known for its mangrove forests and wetlands, which provide important habitat for a variety of bird species, including herons, egrets, and kingfishers.

The lagoon is also home to a variety of fish, crabs, and other marine life. The area is popular for nature walks, birdwatching, and kayaking tours. Visitors can explore the lagoon and its surrounding mangrove forests on guided tours or by renting kayaks.

The lagoon is located near the village of Bon Accord, which is accessible by car or taxi from the nearby Crown Point area.

The Bon Accord Lagoon is surrounded by the mangrove wetlands and the Buccoo Reef making it an important habitat for many species of animals and marine life.

The lagoon is easier to access by water with boats, kayaks, paddle-board etc.

What’s near:

  • Buccoo Reef
  • No Man’s Land
  • Mangrove Wetlands
  • Pigeon Point
  • Buccoo Bay