"Privatising a beach, Pigeon Point" Top 5 Page for this destination Trinidad and Tobago Tourist Trap Tip by Blondiina

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This used to be a public beach, even a fishing beach for locals, but not anymore. The property is now owned by a Trinidadian businessman, access is stronly controlled and there is an entry fee to the beach. Locals aren' t welcome as they used to be. And if there's a cruise ship visiting Tobago this beach will be packed of people like sardines in a can. There are many disturbing stories concerning this beach, which is said to be the most beautiful beach on Tobago, but until they solve the problems, why should you go there if the locals can't?!

Unique Suggestions: Simply don't go there!

Fun Alternatives: There are many beautiful beaches on Tobago that are open to all and don't charge anything. Go and enjoy them!

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Sep 14, 2004
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