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Located in the beautiful Caribbean island of Tobago, part of the twin island republic of Trinidad & 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, sea port and capital city. Eco Park Inn is made up of 13 self contained, air-conditioned apartments with private bathrooms and a kitchenette. We are committed to providing a peaceful, relaxed environment for our guests. There are single rooms with queen-sized beds and double rooms using twin-sized beds available. All bedrooms have Direct TV.
Tobago is home to the Main Ridge Forest Reserve, the Western hemispere's oldest protected forest reserve. There is a remarkably large number of flora and fauna with excellent hiking and biking trails to view them all. Bird watching enthusiasts will be thrilled by the 200 different species that inhabit the island. Contact us so we can arrange nature tours upon your arrival.
Tobago includes many beautiful beaches, several of which are located within 15 mins of Eco Park Inn such as Canoe Bay, Store Bay and Pigeon Point.
Try your hand at waterskiing, kitesurfing, wakeboarding or windsurfing. These activities can be found at Pigeon Point which is just 15 mins away from Eco Park Inn. You can also visit the mangroves in Bon Accord lagoon (25 mins away) and rent kayaks and peddle boats.
Tobago is a prime location for game fishing with blue marlin, swordfish, tuna, barracuda and shark just a few of the species that can be caught. The main offshore fishing season is from October to June but you can try your luck by "casting a line" from almost any part of the island.
There are several dive sites located in the North East and South West areas of Tobago. The island is surrounded by several colourful reefs with some 300 species of coral and 600 species of fish identified to date.
Tobago has had quite the colourful history with the Dutch, French and English all laying claim to the island at one point or another. Of course the original inhabitants, the Amerindians, cannot be overlooked. All of these different influences have impacted the island in one way or the other and are celebrated in various festivals throughout the course of the year.