The two most popular beaches in Tobago are both near Crown point airport. Store Bay is a small beach, enclosed by Crown Point Hotel at one end and Coco Reef Resort at the other end, beautiful waters. This is also very popular with the locals, many vendors,
Food stalls, glass bottomed boats, reef trips, charters and weekend parties. This is where the annual Great Race for power boats ends in the summer. Pigeon Point is Tobago's
most famous beach, with white sands, palm trees and thatched huts for shade, protected
by Buccoo Reef a lagoon that stretches well to the east . You do have to pay a small entrance fee in order to use the beach (TT$10), this includes facilities for changing Umbrellas, bars, snack bars,. Boats and watersports and reef trips. Futher up the coast are Stone Haven Bay, Mount Irvine Bay and Courtland Bay. These have Hotel Resorts, and are very popular. At the northern tip of the Island , Charlottville and Speyside both have protected bays. Along the Windward coast, Canoe Bay near
Crown Point is shallow and calm and is excellent for children. Bacolet Beach, just beyond Scarborough, is a small and secluded. Minister Bay is where all the Surfers go.