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... with the best of the little island's charm and comfort!

In Tobago, you unwind. It offers the tranquility, the best beaches, blue waters and white sand... the perfect recipe for total relaxation.

Tobago is rich with history having been fought over by the Dutch, English, French and Spanish, changing hands 31 times before attaining peace.

  At Surfside we provide fully self-contained apartments ideally suited for your holiday.

Surfside Hotel consist of 34 self-contained air-conditioned apartments. Ideally located at the entrance to Pigeon Point. Near to Store Bay, the Airport, Groceries and Restaurants. Also a great location for Snorkeling and Diving.

Our rooms consist of...

Great Accommodation at the Best Rates:

Single Room from US$26.00
Double Room from US$40.00
Triple Room from US$60.00
D/Room 2 Double Beds from US$50.00

(All Rates subject to 10% tax plus 10% service charge)

ASK ABOUT OUR DISCOUNTED RATES FOR EXTENDED STAYS DURING THE OFFPEAK SEASON!

  Locational Attractions...

ACTIVITIES - Tobago

The Main Ridge Forest
A fire protected area in the northern hemisphere - a reserve since 1776.

Buccoo Reef
This dive-site compares to any in the Caribbean where even non-swimmers can feast on the beauty. Dive with parrot-fish, angel fish, trigger fish and sting-rays.

Little Tobago and the islet of St. Giles
Two of the region's most significant bird sanctuaries just off the north-west coast.

Fort King George
A climb above Scarborough, Tobago's quaint capital, brings you to this beautifully maintained Fort with its stunning panoramic view.

Pigeon Point and Store Bay
Ideal for sea bathing with their beautiful white sand and calm waters.

Rain Forests
Enjoy the flora and fauna... take in some bird watching.

Village Life
Quiet, sleepy villages.

Special attractions
Goat racing,
traditional weddings and folk culture.


CONTACT INFORMATION:
Surfside Hotel

Crown Point
Trinidad

Phone: (868) 639-9702
Fax: (868) 639-0614


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Last updated 20th August, 2002