Visited here as it has a great reputation. Pretty unimpressed though. Yes, there is a nice sandy beach, but it is very very busy. I thought that other beach experiences we had on the islands were much more enjoyable:
* Maracas beach on Trinindad was more 'fun' for a popular beach and also has the famous Bake and Shark huts to munch at - much nicer than the cold soggy 'fast' food served up at Pigeon Point
* The beaches on the north shore of Tobago were also very nice, though not so accessible without a car - Big and Little bay at Castara, Englishman's Bay, Bloody Bay, ...
One also has to pay to gain access. Only TT18, but still.
On the upside, the waves at Pigeon Point are very gentle, and there is also a lifeguard, and a roped off swimming area - good if you have young children.
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