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“Party all the week”


People may visit the island to enjoy “peace and quiet” but there are those who enjoy a taste of nightlife too and certainly Tobago can provide a feast of entertainment of all kinds.

Tobago’s “entertainment week” begins on Tuesday at Divers Den at Bon Accord with karaoke, while on Wednesday you can join in the local talent contests open to locals and visitors alike at the Golden Star in Crown Point – these entertaining evenings are great fun for everyone around. Thursday is reggae night at the Cobra Tray in Store Bay while Friday is bar hopping night and action is centred around the Cobra Tray, The Deep in Crown Point and Lush off the Shirvan Road. Robinson Crusoe’s at the Hilton Tobago is also another popular Friday night venue. For those who enjoy live African drumming , Saturday night at the Indigo should not be missed. Sunday leads everyone to “Sunday School”in the village of Buccoo where contrary to one’s expectations “Sunday School” has no religious connections. It is in fact, Tobago’s biggest street Fete and the fun begins around 9.00 p.m. with one of Tobago’s finest steelpan bands. Locals and visitors dance away the night together, enjoying reggae and calypso while tempting smells of cooking arise from the barbecues and street food stalls.

Most hotels offer guests nightly entertainment with local musicians and cultural groups whose incredible contortions under flaming sticks of fire excite everyone.




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