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The Nest Tobago Apartments
Sugar Mill drive
Old Grange

Tobago


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Driving is on the left hand side, like in the UK. Speed limit is 50 Km ph  (30 mph) everywhere. To rent a car you have to be at least 24 years old and have two years experience. No need for an international driving license. To rent a motor bike, helmet and licence are compulsory.

Tobago has few gas stations; fill your tank before touring the island. Take a map, even if driving in Tobago is very easy; road signs are few. Local people sometimes drive in a “strange” way, be careful, they still use... hand signals! By night roads are very dark and can be dangerous in rainy weather. Drive slowly.

 

GAS STATIONS

You find gas stations in:

  • Bon Accord (1)
  • Carnbee (1)
  • Plymouth (1)
  • Roxborough (1)
  • Charlotteville (1)
  • Scarborough (4)

 

DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE

In case of accident you have to inform the Police within 24 hours. Take pictures before moving the vehicles, get particulars of the other vehicle and driver and also remember to inform the company where you rented your car.

 

ARTS AND MUSEUMS


The Tobago Art Gallery

Hibiscus Drive,
Lowlands,
Tobago (Trinidad and Tobago) W.I.
Tel/Fax: (868) 639 0457
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Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Weekends: by appointment only

Luise Kimme Museum
www.luisekimme.com
Bethel Post Office, Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago, W.I.
Tel/Fax: (868) 639-0257
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Tobago Museum: the mission of the Tobago Museum is to collect and develop West Indian historical and cultural material in an effort to preserve and enhance the West Indian history and culture and to educate the public about the West Indian people.

 

STEEL DRUMS

The Steel Drum, or Pan, is a unique instrument, it is the only acoustic (non-electric) instrument invented in the twentieth century. It was invented  on  the island of Trinidad, and it's the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago. It is still strongly associated with Calypso music to which it gives instantly a tropical Caribbean "island" sound.  The Steel Drum carries the full chromatic range of notes, and can produce just about any type of music you can think of!  Go to Buccoo on Sundays night to listen to this spectacular music. 

 

Calendar of Events

There are many important events throughout the year in Tobago; for more information visit our dedicated page: calendar of events.