Pigeon Point is one of the most popular beaches in Tobago. To be admitted to the beach one must pay $20TT. You’re given a wrist band that had to be worn while on the beach. While you are there you also have the option of renting a private beach hut, and beach chairs. There are also food, clothing and suvenoir shops scattered throughout the beach.
We rented a hut, brought our own food and spent the whole day at Pigeon Point. The water was warm but way saltier than Maracas Beach in Trinidad. We spent the whole day liming, drinking and swiming until the sun set.
The water was so calm and the beach is kept pretty clean but the best thing of Pigeon Point were the Views!!!! As the sun set we were given such a show. After snapping pictures of the sun setting I realized that my little iPhone camera did not do it just at all.