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On the Caribbean side of Tobago
Le Grand Courlan sits on the Caribbean side of the island, overlooking Stonehaven Bay.
Just off the coast of Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago is a small Caribbean country at the end of the chain of islands. While Trinidad is the larger, more industrialized island (and also home to a significant amount of crime), Tobago is the smaller "resort" island. Though tourism isn't a major industry for the country, plenty of visitors head to Tobago for its bird-watching, diving, and relatively unspoiled nature.
About once a week, flights go directly from major airports such as JFK in New York City and Miami International to Tobago. Generally, however, visitors must fly into Trinidad and then take either a 20-minute plane ride, or a 2-hour ferry, to Tobago.
Spacious fitness center
The fitness center has numerous cardio and weight-training machines, and an open area for stretching, boxing, and aerobics.
This peaceful boutique property sits on the Caribbean side of Tobago, where the water is a beautiful blue and is generally calmer than the Atlantic side. The resort largely attracts couples looking for a romantic stay: All rooms feature ocean views, the spa has numerous treatments available, and the adults-only policy keeps the pool from being overrun by loud children. Though rooms aren't particularly upscale (they have tube TVs and the Wi-Fi signal is weak), they are spacious and feature balconies overlooking the sea.