There are irregular buses across the island run by PTSCTT. They run every 1.5hrs between Scarborough (Tobago) via Plymouth for $3 (40 minutes). Bus stops do not list timetables so be sure to look up online before departure to avoid sweating in the heat! Tickets should be bought in advance from Jimmy's on Milford Road and buses run from the junction at Pigeon Point road. Most people have cars so be careful whose advice you rely on! The elderly are the best people to ask if in doubt and like many locals here are extremely warm and friendly!
Various car rental agencies are located by the airport and town if Crown Point is not your final destination.
The town is very walkable and you can even walk from the airport to your hotel. From the main street of restaurants to Pigeon point is about 40 minutes.
Taxis are available and most are unlicensed. Listen out for car honks and put your hand out if you need one.
Many hotels run a free shuttle to the main tourist attraction- Pigeon Point
- 1 Pigeon Point. - said by many to be Tobago’s most beautiful beach. A lovely white sand beach situated in a heritage wildlife park. There is a TTD18 charge to enter before 5pm.
- 2 Nylon Pool. - an in-sea shallow white ground coral pool where you can float. Tours can be picked up for 20usd (2018 price) at Pigeon Point.
While here you can also try your hand at Kite surfing.
Buccoo Reef. - Jacques Cousteau visited Tobago's Buccoo Reef and rated it as the third most spectacular reef in the world.
- Coral Garden.
There a handful of places on Milford road including gyros, pizza, pasta, seafood, roti and carribean. Food costs range from 50TTD upwards depending on the establishment.
Bago's beach bar is a nice and breezy bar to watch the sunset and wet your feet as well as your whistle.
There are many hotels in vicinity of the airport ranging from the cheap to the expensive.
- Port of Spain, Trinidad - daily flights
- Scarborough (Trinidad and Tobago) - 20 minutes drive by car
- Castara Bay