Located on the beautiful Caribbean island of Tobago.
Eco Park Inn has the advantage of being situated in the secluded, peaceful area of Canoe Bay while being within 15 mins of the airport, seaport and capital city. We are committed to providing a peaceful, relaxed environment for our guests. Our self-catering holiday apartments give you the flexibility to eat out or cook and eat in comfort. The outdoor pool and patio look inviting but it will have to wait as you want to try that tour and explore Tobago. Think of us as your home away from home where you’re not tied to any schedule, menu or dress code but your own!
Staying in? Looking for adventure? We've got you!
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In many ways Tobago is considered unspoilt. There is a relatively low level of commercialism in comparison with other popular tourism destinations. Despite this, one should not underestimate the number of fun and authentic experiences available on the island. We invite you to explore Tobago!
Tobago's spectacular coastline contains beaches of all types. From the pristine white coastline of Englishman’s Bay to the pink-hued sands of Pirate’s Bay, you can find a beach to suit your taste. There are said to be as many as 42 different types of sand in Tobago's beaches. Special mention goes to Pigeon Point, frequently listed among the World's best beaches in many travel publications, just 15 minutes away from Eco Park Inn.
Tobago's natural landscape provides many opportunities for adventure. Trek through the Western Hemisphere’s oldest protected rainforest - the Main Ridge Rain Forest Reserve, Ride horses along the shoreline at Friendship stables (just 5 mins away), See the water glow at the bioluminescent tour at Bon Accord Lagoon, Watch giant leather back turtles nesting and hatching on the beach (March-September), Snorkel in the clear waters of the Nylon Pool, Engage with water sports at Pigeon Point Heritage Park (just 15 mins away).
Dive into Tobago's history and culture. Tobago’s colonial past and unique positioning in the Caribbean means that it has a rich history. Its culture has been influenced by African, Asian, Oriental, Creole and European sensibilities. Visit 18th century Fort King George, complete with original cannons, overlooking the Atlantic, Taste chocolate at the Tobago Cocoa Estate, Sample Dasheen hundreds of ways at the Blue Food Festival, See traditional Tobago culture at the Heritage Festival, Witness a unique sporting event at the Goat & Crab Race (Easter weekend).