TOBAGO Clean, Green and Serene

Product no.: HP146

At first glance, Tobago truly is paradise on Earth – long stretches of sandy beaches, calm crystal-clear waters, blue skies, balmy breezes and tropical sunshine. But the island has so much more to offer!

Tobago is located nineteen miles north-east of Trinidad and has a land mass no wider than seven miles and no longer than twenty-six. Beneath its waters, it is surrounded by gently sloping coral reefs, plunging submarine cliffs and volcanic formations. The nutrient-rich seas teem with myriad tropical fishes, hundreds of species of coral, whales, sharks, dolphins, manta rays, squid and turtles. On land, a low-lying coralline south-west plateau rises gradually to a central ridge of volcanic hills with a dense rainforest the oldest protected forest in the western hemisphere) that is a nirvana for naturalists. Add to all of this the warmth and friendliness of its people, and the island’s rich multi-cultural heritage, and the picture is complete.

Tobago: Clean, Green and Serene depicts many aspects of life on this idyllic Caribbean island as well as featuring the history, traditions and local customs that make Tobago so unique.

Illustrated with more than 130 photographic images, this impressive book is the perfect souvenir for visitors and nationals alike, and is an ideal guide for prospective investors.

Includes synopses in Spanish, Portuguese, French and German.

  • 286 x 220 mm
  • 160 pages
  • Hardback


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