Plantation View Villa

Tropical Beaches


The closest beaches are Mount Irvine beach and Buccoo Beach. They are both a 4 minute drive away from the villa.

Mount Irvine Beach

Mount Irvine Beach has crystal-clear turquoise waters, pristine white sands and is a tropical paradise for snorkeling, relaxing in the water and sunbathing.

The beach is well-equipped with amenities to ensure your comfort and convenience. Picnic tables, changing rooms, food and beverages are available. There is lots of parking and beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rent. The beach can get busy on weekends.

One of the highlights of Mount Irvine Beach is its incredible coral reef system, making it a prime spot for snorkeling and diving. Underneath the surface, an enchanting underwater world awaits, teeming with vibrant marine life, colorful coral formations, and even the occasional sea turtle, seahorse or stingray gliding gracefully by.

So, pack your sunscreen, grab your snorkeling gear, and get ready to immerse yourself in the sheer beauty and tranquility of this remarkable destination only a four-minute drive from Plantation View Villa.

Buccoo Beach

Buccoo Beach boasts mostly calm waters, a postcard-perfect landscape, with palm trees swaying in the breeze and vibrant tropical flora dotting the shoreline. The panoramic views of the surrounding azure sea are simply breathtaking, making Buccoo Beach a haven for photographers and nature enthusiasts alike.

One of the highlights of Buccoo Beach is its vibrant coral reef, known as Buccoo Reef. This protected marine park is a haven for underwater exploration, where snorkelers and scuba divers can discover a kaleidoscope of colorful fish, vibrant coral formations, and even the chance to spot majestic sea turtles.

For those seeking a more laid-back day at the beach, Buccoo Beach offers plenty of opportunities to simply unwind and soak up the sun. Settle down on a comfortable beach lounger, feel the warmth of the golden sun on your skin, and let the gentle sounds of the waves wash away your worries. The beach is well-equipped with facilities, including beachfront bars and restaurants, as well as toilets and showers at the car park. 

Beyond its natural allure, Buccoo Beach is also known for its vibrant culture. The nearby village of Buccoo is famous for its lively Sunday School street party, where locals and visitors come together to enjoy music, dance, and a true taste of Tobagonian hospitality. 

Tobago is also a popular diving location since it is the southernmost of the Caribbean islands that have coral communities. Scuba diving on Tobago tends to be centred at Speyside, almost diametrically across the island from the airport.

The island has some of the best diving sites in the Caribbean. There are three wrecks located around its shores, but the one usually considered the best is the Maverick Ferry, which used to travel between Trinidad and Tobago. The ferry is 350 feet (110 metres) long and has been sunk in 30 metres (98 feet) just off Rocky Point, Mt. Irvine. The top of the wreck is at 15 metres (49 feet). The wreck has an abundance of marine life, including a 4-foot (1.2-metre) jewfish, a member of the grouper family. The wreck was purposely sunk for divers, and so all the doors and windows were removed. The waters around the island are home to many species of tropical fish, rays, sharks, and turtles.

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