Bacolet is one of the beaches that we favour when we visit Tobago. Although it is quite hard to find as you need a car and then need to lug your stuff down the steps. Once you get down onto the beach, you will find a small, quiet beach that you can often have almost to yourself. What makes this beach so ideal to those of us who are hard to please is that the gradient into the water is very shallow, so no suprises and it is usually very clear in summer. The waves vary between very calm to small swells that are perfect for beginner boogie boarders. Very occasionally you get a day when the seaweed washes in so abandon it and go elsewhere. There is a relaxed beach bar serving nice rotis, burgers, chips and fish meals; great for the kids. My other favourite aspect is the fact that there is grass and trees, so you don't have to sit on the sand, you can recline peacefully and still see your family frolicking in the waves within close distance. I have spent many happy days on this beach and highly recommend it. There is also a tap to wash off sand and a changing hut, but who needs to change?
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