Pigeon Point Heritage Park is a 125 acre nature reserve on the southwestern coast of Tobago. Home to the award-winning Pigeon Point Beach, this multifaceted facility has long been a defining feature of tourism in Tobago. Located just a few minutes from the ANR Robinson International Airport, this oasis is a wonderfully accessible escape from the life's busy pace. Here is some of the basic information you will need to plan a visit. Any further inquiry can be made by contacting us directly.
What are the official beach hours?
Pigeon Point is open to the public from 9am-5pm
What is the cost of admission?
Entrance fees are:
Adults: $TT 20
Children: $TT 10
Adults: $TT 100
Children $TT 50
T&T citizens over the age of 65, in possession of a valid T&T ID card, are allowed complementary access.
Are there lifeguards on duty?
Lifeguards are on duty, daily, from 10am-6pm on Main Beach. There are no on-duty lifeguards on South & North beaches.
Where is it safe to bathe?
The main bathing area is demarcated on Main Beach. There should be no swimming outside of this area.
- Chairs for rent: Plastic, $TT 18 | Sling, $TT 30
- Beach umbrellas: $TT 30
- Complimentary Beach huts (as available)
- Change & washrooms (Wheel-chair accessible on North Beach)