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Tobago Airport is an international airport, located at the Southwestern part of Tobago Island. It is 11 kilometers from the capital Scarborough. The island offers interesting sites for avid travelers as well as for business people. The best way to explore Tobago is by driving yourself. In this foreign country, you will need to rent-a-car to drive around the island for the duration of your visit.

In Tobago airport, there are car hire companies where you can hire a car of your choice. It all depends with the experience you want and your needs. In addition, as you rent the car, make sure the company you are hiring from is dependable. Remember also to read the contract form, before signing. Another thing, you should not forget is the insurance. You need a cover when you will be in Tobago. Whether you are here for business or touring, this lovely island has so much to offer and the following are places you must-visit:

  • Speyside waterwheel - In the early years, sugar was the main cash crop in Tobago. Sugarcane growing started back in the 1770, when a British landowner, made his first shipment. From that time, sugar influenced various aspects of the islanders up to early 1900s. Today, there are scanty patches of cultivated sugarcane. However, the gigantic waterwheel still stands among other machinery used in the processing of the sugar.
  • Crusoe's Cave, Crown Point - It is a cave that goes through a limestone rock, which overlooks Crown Point beach. It is named after a Robinson Crusoe, whose ship wrecked at the island. Both his major Man Friday and him used the cave as they sighted the island of Tobago. It is some few minutes from Tobago airport. The best time to visit the cave is when the tides are low.
  • Kimme Museum, Bethel - Named after its main sponsor, this museum holds some great descriptions of the Tobagonian people. It is a private museum and it is the home of Luise Kimme. She was German by birth and featured exemplary sculpting skills. The entire museum displays her love for art and her unmatched imagination. You will find many of the wooden sculptures as well as some bold bronze statues.
  • Fort James in Plymouth - This was one used as a fortification by the British in the 18th century, to defend Plymouth, previously the capital of Tobago. James, who was the Courland Duke, established it. It would interest you to know that the port is located on top of other ancient military-based structures such as the blockhouse foundations. The walls of the fort feature, limestone blocks laid over one another without mortar. Furthermore, from this position, you can have a spectacular view of the golden sand beaches and the blue pristine waters of the Great Courland Bay.
  • Plymouth mystery tombstone - A short distance from Fort James, you will get the cool Plymouth village. Here you will find a tombstone, which has an inscription that is believed to have mystical origins. This has made it a landmark in Tobago Island. It is a memorial of a woman named Betty Stiven, who died at the age of 23. The story that goes around says that she became a mother without knowing it and wife to her husband, though she did not reveal it to him but only treated him well.

The above attractions are a fraction of what you will find in Tobago. By using your rental car from Tobago Airport, you can visit more areas. Be sure to rent-a-car from a reputable car rental company.

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