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Only 300m from the sparkling Caribbean Sea in the Bon Accord district, near Crown Point, lies this exquisite, luxury 3-bedroom villa. Villa de Lena is specially designed to capture the warmth and comfort of Tropical Tobago; the Capital of Paradise.

Tobago is the pearl of the Caribbean islands, lying some 10km off the Venezuelan coast. In 1888 it was linked to Trinidad in a single government administration. The two islands lie only 33km apart. Trinidad has an area of 4 828km2 while Tobago covers a mere 300km2. It has a central spine of rolling hills and highlands of lush rain forest.

The lowlands are covered with coral soil, shrubs and cultivated fruits and vegetables. Tobago is tranquil, relatively undiscovered and unspoiled by tourists. It has a rich variety of birds, flowers and marine life. There are two internationally recognized, attractive golf courses. The island has justifiably been named Robinson Crusoe Island. Its beauty is echoed by its friendly people, beautiful beaches and coral reefs.

Tobago's weather: Average temperature is 29°C (82°F). June to December is the wet season with rainfall mostly in short sharp bursts. Cool breezes blow constantly, but never become chilly.

Clothing - What to wear?: Light comfortable wear, such as shorts, wraps and sundresses is a must for daytime. Eveningwear is classy but cool and women are advised to bring along a cocktail dress for that special night.

Eating out: Tobago's restaurants offer everything from delicious elegant cuisine to tasty beach snacks!

Entertainment: Nightlife in this tranquil little island is limited. A popular choice consists of live music and floor shows highlighting traditional dances, songs and folklore. There are a few discos/night clubs in the Crown Point/Shirvan areas.

Carnival: This festival is celebrated extensively in both Trinidad and Tobago. The climax is on Monday and Tuesday before Easter Ash Wednesday. Major components of the spectacle are Calypso, Steel band-music and the Masquerade ˜playing mass” or being a member of a costumed Carnival band. The festival is flamboyant, joyous and peaceful.

Festival Dates - Calendar Year Carnival:

  • 2014: March 3-4
  • 2015: Feb. 16-17
  • 2016: Feb. 8-9
  • 2017: Feb. 27-28
  • 2018: Feb. 12-13
  • 2019: March 4-5
  • 2020: Feb. 24-25

Driving in Tobago: A valid Driver's License is required.

Activities & Adventures

Golf: Tobago has two world-class championship courses. The Mount Irvine golf course, built on land which rises in natural terraces from the sea. The course covers 127 acres and is 6 793 yards long. It offers immaculate green, wide-open fairways and breathtaking views of the sparkling Caribbean Sea. The second is Tobago Plantations Golf & Country Club, which is a 18-hole championship standard Plantation course with its sister 9-hole Sugar Mill course. This course is just over 7 000 yards.

Water sports: Professional personnel maintain a high standard of safety in conducting colorful Water Sports programs at different sites. Deep Sea Fishing, Snorkeling, Water Skiing, Wind Surfing, Sailing and Jet-Skiing can easily be arranged.

Rain forest: Experienced guides conduct trips into the most protected Rain Forest in the Western Hemisphere and to the famous Gold and Silver Waterfall.

Buccoo reef & bar-b-que: Tour on glass bottom boats to the Coral Gardens, Nylon Pool and the Buccoo Reef.

Come as a Stranger, leave as a Friend.