Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 14th 2014 Contents A40
While the world envies our Caribbean
beaches, the Atlantic beaches are more
or less ignored. As a result these
beaches are mostly totally unspoilt and
often with a total lack of humans.
There are two, Bacolet Bay and Rockly
Bay that are popular because they are
close to both local habitation and to ho-
tels. Others are very much less fre-
quented but deserve a visit, particularly
if you enjoy walking.
Kilgwyn Bay. You can reach this bay
TT420.00 per night, double occupancy
One bedroom Apartments
TT500.00 per night, double occupancy
Two bedroom Apartments
TT850.00 per night, quad occupancy
Contact Louise or Patrick for further information
Tel: (868) 639-9351
by driving right round
the airport runway
and continuing until
the road turns right
onto a track. This
continues as a gravel
road leading to a dirt
road which ends at a
car parking space.
Sea grape trees line
the top of the incline
down which you have
to scramble to the
beach. The first sea
section gets quite
road takes you back up to the Store Bay
Local Road, which joins the Milford Road
at Stumpy's Hardware.
Big Bacolet Beach. Follow the High-
way past Scarborough until you get to
the traffic lights at the Scarborough
Health Centre. Turn right here and follow
the road to the first junction and turn
left. Shortly after this there is another
left turn, take this and follow it until you
come to yet another left turn. This is a
short road and leads straight down to the
sea. The long shelving beach will take you
to the Friendship River where cayman
have been seen. Crossing this you come
to a jetty like structure, which was part
of a large sugar estate now long gone.
Here the barrels of 'wet' sugar, molasses
and rum would have been rowed to the
ship anchored out to sea and taken to
the UK. Swimming is possible at this
point as the beach is more protected.
Hope beach. Follow the Highway until
it ends at the village of John Dial. The
road narrows going through the village
and then runs alongside the beach. This
is NOT a safe bathing beach due to dan-
gerous currents. However it makes an in-
teresting walk with all the driftwood and
the casings of sea urchins known as sand
dollars. These white round exoskeletons
can be found particularly at the more
southern end of the beach. And in case
you need some refreshment the Little
Sparrow bar in the village of Hope pro-
vides really good local lunches!
deep but the further along you go the
shallower the sea becomes. There is
plenty of shade from the sea grape trees
but avoid the manchineel trees with their
small leaves and small green apple like
fruit, the sap is an extreme irritant.
If you follow the beach right along you
come to a road, which leads initially to a
mangrove swamp. Continuing up the
Suite - 1 Bedroom
Suite - 2 Bedroom
Based on Double Occupancy
Extra person in room
Map Breakfast & Dinner per person $125.00
All apartments are air-conditioned and contain, colour
TV with 15 satellite stations and fully equipped kitchen.
The daily newspaper is provided complimentary as well
as transport to Pigeon Point Beach and the use of 100 ft
long swimming pool with wet bar 50 x 20 swimming
pools also available, 2 jacuzzi, mini gym on site.
Every Wednesday there is also a complimentary
Manager's Rum Punch for all guests. 10% Government
Tax applicable on room and meals. 15% vat on food.
10% Service charge on room
Reservation only- 384-8851-52
Call 639-8533/4, 639-8391 or your local travel agents.
Rent your car or jeep from Sweet Jeeps and get complimen-
tary pick-up at the airport.
STEAK & LOBSTER GRILL on the beach for the best
steak & lobster on the Island.
Complimentary admission to the Deep
The Liming Spot of Sandy Spot Point Village
The Deep Pub Disco
www.sandypoint.net Email: email@example.com
1 bedroom & 2 bedroom suites,
including kitchenette, a/c, TV; fully
equipped and tastefully furnished.
With an 80 x 12ft pool in pleasant Bon
Reservations 8.00 a.m - 4.00 p.m
Tel: 631-5053/4/5, Fax: 631-1096
Free wired & wireless internet access.
Bon Accord, Tobago
Big Bacolet Bay
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