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“Beautiful Beach”
Review of Store Bay

Store Bay
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$70.00*
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Highlights of Tobago Tour
Ranked #15 of 102 things to do in Tobago
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: This popular southern Tobago beach is almost always packed with tourists.
Reviewed January 14, 2013

One of the most popular, not forgetting to mention most populated beaches on the island, Store Bay is definitely a must visit. Gorgeous views and really nice water here, but the one thing that you have to look out for is the annoying vendors who try to sell you all kinds of things. You can also take a glass bottom boat tour from here which is about 90TTD per person and this, to me, is one of the fun things to do at Store Bay since you get a tour and get to go to the famous Nylon pool which is a shallow part of the ocean and the water is beyond amazing out there. The tour guides pretty much sound fake when they rattle off things that seem to be previously memorized.

Thank travelbutterfly897
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"crab"
in 27 reviews
"dumplings"
in 35 reviews
"nice beach"
in 33 reviews
"dumplins"
in 8 reviews
"nylon pool"
in 52 reviews
"glass bottom boat"
in 27 reviews
"local cuisine"
in 13 reviews
"beach umbrellas"
in 7 reviews
"life guards"
in 15 reviews
"pigeon point"
in 24 reviews
"close to the airport"
in 6 reviews
"popular beach"
in 11 reviews
"local beach"
in 6 reviews
"souvenir shops"
in 9 reviews
"food stalls"
in 7 reviews
"quick dip"
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"an umbrella"
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Reviewed January 11, 2013

The beach itself is small and overcrowded, which is understandable as it is walking distance from the airport and many hotels.

You can take glass bottom boat tours to buccoo reef and nylon pool from the beach.

My favorite part of store bay though is the food. Lots of variety from local vendors for between US$5-10 and very very very tasty food. Crab & dumplings, stew chicken & macaroni pie, peleau, curried goat and a host of other local dishes.

To top it off, you can get, hands down, the best ice cream in the world...........all home made and exotic flavours such as passion fruit, soursop, carambola, sweet sop (sugar apple) etc. makes me wish I was living in Tobago.

Thank WestIndian4ever
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Reviewed January 4, 2013

Store bay is such a lovely beach, the water is lovely, the sand like crystal and most times the water is so calm yet there are times of the year when you will see waves over ten feet tall so I know the surfers will love this part. I love this beach early in the morning when hardly anyone is around, you can go there on your own and feel as though you are in your own world.

1  Thank Lalita N
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Reviewed December 29, 2012

Store Bay is Tobago's most popular beach with golden sand and clear blue green water. It is a small bay on the south west coast that is within walking distance of the airport and many hotels. At the beach there are small kiosks serving a variety of local food and other kiosks selling beach accessories and souvenirs. There are changing rooms and showers. During the day there are life guards on duty. During popular holiday periods especially on weekends the beach can be crowded but at other times the beach has few people. This bay has no shade trees directly on the beach but beach chairs and umbrellas are available for rental

1  Thank Brian R
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Reviewed December 28, 2012

Enjoyable beach in terms of surf and waves but from the moment we entered the car park we had vendors for boats, drinks and deck chairs following us. Enough beach for the number of people but way too much covered in deck chairs most of which were unused. We preferred the beach to Pigeon Point but will not go back to due to experience

Thank colincecil
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