Bloody Bay Beach

COASTING Tobago rises above the sand, on the south-west side of Bloody Bay Beach.
Although relatively undiscovered by visitors, Bloody Bay Beach is a favourite with the local Tobagonians and turtles. Not only is it great for pulling seine, cricket games and Sunday picnics, it is wonderful for swimming and body surfing. The
snorkeling is great along its north shore, from Gravel Beach. And during nesting season, from March through September, green, hawksbill and leatherback turtles return to this beach to lay their eggs. If the seas are a little rough, the Bloody Bay River offers wonderful pools for children’s play. And the Baywatch Bar at the beach facility serves refreshments if you build up a thirst lounging by the sea.
Something to captivate everyone... an authentic Tobago charm.

The beach slopes gently into the water and is shallow and sandy below foot for easy access.

And if you are looking for something different, we are just 15 minutes away from Englishman’s Beach.

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