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Englishman Beach

Listed under Beaches in Trinidad and Tobago.

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Wonderful, secluded, picture perfect beach, a gently curving bay fringed by coconut trees. Pure white sand and crystal clear water. Fabulous picnic and snorkelling spot.

Written by  James Henderson.

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Englishman's Beach

Surrounded by lush rainforest, Englishman's Beach is a sheltered, tropical getaway on the coast of Tobago. Known for its steady waters that make for memorable snorkeling and swimming, the area is inhabited by all sorts of marine life, including the endangered Leatherback turtle. Enjoy a packed picnic lunch or buy a Caribbean treat from local food vendors, who flock to the beach to feed hungry visitors.

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