7 Reasons Why Tobago is Travel Bucket List Material

Live anywhere long enough and you’re inclined to become immune to its charm. The beaches aren’t as dazzling. The culture isn’t as fascinating. The residents aren’t as welcoming. And your day-to-day activities tend to dull the shine of otherwise exciting experiences. Lucky for me, Tobago isn’t just ‘anywhere’, it’s paradise on earth. So, after two […]

Tobago Road Trip: 6 Can’t-Miss North Coast Stops

With just 116 square miles to cover, Tobago’s diverse terrain lends itself to a quick, hassle-free, day-long #roadtrip. Dramatic vistas will coax Insta-addicts and avid photographers off the road every few minutes to capture idyllic scenes. Untouched stretches of coastline will compel even the most lukewarm of beach enthusiasts to venture off the beaten path and […]

5 Tobago Heritage Festival Events You Must Experience

The soulful booming of drums. The intricate steps of the ‘brush back’. Folktales of Anansi. Superstitions galore. Pomp. Circumstance. And even a little romance. You’ll get all that and more, if you venture to Tobago for the Tobago Heritage Festival. During the last two weeks in July, the destination hosts the annual Heritage Festival, and […]

Caribbean Travel: Get More Bang for Your Buck

Traveling isn’t cheap. No secret there. Even in the Caribbean, a region that is comparatively more affordable than others, expenses add up. Factor in a round trip flight, accommodation, food, transportation and that list of must-do activities you’re constantly updating, and we’ve got an overall cost that can put an impressive dent in your bank account. […]

Island Girl’s Travel Guide to Petite Martinique

#PureGrenada: A #Travel Guide to Petite Martinique, #Grenada

Disclaimer: Petite Martinique isn’t for everyone. But it just might be for you…That is, if you’re the kind of traveler who appreciates a waaaay off-the-grid experience. One defined by a raw, unassuming landscape and authentic small-island living, which facilitates an almost complete disconnect from the rest of the world. On PM, as the locals fondly refer to […]

First Impressions: Petite Martinique

Less than a day in Petite Martinique and already I’m blogging about it. Unusual for me, but there’s absolutely nothing ‘usual’ about Petite Martinique (by my medium-sized-island-girl standards). Plus, the fact is there’s little else to do at 9:05 on a Thursday night. Already, all doors are closed, lights are off and there is nary a […]