World Reviewer rating

Worth a visit
Rating 0.5 (130 votes)

Mount Irvine Bay

Listed under Beaches in Trinidad and Tobago.

Pin It

Very popular with public beach facility which houses an art gallery, restaurant serving local food, showers and changing rooms, plus a sheltered picnic area. Sometimes called Surfer's Beach, as this is the surfing spot in Tobago during the winter season. In the late afternoons local fishermen sell their catch from wooden tables set up on the beach, right by the roadside. Good beach for snorkelling and anchorage.

See more about this from Definitive Caribbean.

Written by  Definitive Caribbean.

Comments, reviews and questions by other travellers

There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?

Post a comment, review or question

I want to
Question
My comment - optional
Rating - how would you rate this place or experience?
 

Who's been here

No travelers have told us they have been here. Have you?

Similar Experiences

  • Whitehaven Beach

    Whitehaven Beach is a spectacular, picture-perfect white sand beach. In the competition for best beach, Whitehaven, on Whitsund…

  • Aitutaki

    Although Aitutaki comes second to Rarotonga in being the visitor's favourite Cook Island, it makes up for it with the natural b…

  • White Bay Beach

    White Bay Beach is a Caribbean classic, a truly fantastic stretch of sandy beach shelving into superb sea in a score of shades …

Nearby Experiences

  • Plantation Beach Villas

    A delightful group of plantation style villas set in 2.5 acre hillside grove above Stonehaven Beach on Tobago's north shore. Pe…

  • Villas at Stonehaven

    A collection of 14 elegant and comfortable villas in French colonial style, set above Stonehaven Bay on Tobago's northern shore…

  • Pigeon Point for windsurfing

    Pigeon Point, with its shallow water and good wave patterns is one of Tobago's best windsurfing spots. Fantastic wind conditio…

Related links

Contribute to this page