Fast Facts

Pigeon Point Heritage Park is a 125 acre nature reserve on the southwestern coast of Tobago. Home to the award-winning Pigeon Point Beach, this multifaceted facility has long been a defining feature of tourism in Tobago. Located just a few minutes from the ANR Robinson International Airport, this oasis is a wonderfully accessible escape from the life's busy pace. Here is some of the basic information you will need to plan a visit. Any further inquiry can be made by contacting us directly.

What are the official beach hours?
Pigeon Point is open to the public from 9am-5pm

What is the cost of admission?
Entrance fees are:
Daily

Adults: $TT 20
Children: $TT 10
Weekly

Adults: $TT 100
Children $TT 50

T&T citizens over the age of 65, in possession of a valid T&T ID card, are allowed complementary access.

Are there lifeguards on duty?
Lifeguards are on duty, daily, from 10am-6pm on Main Beach. There are no on-duty lifeguards on South & North beaches.

Where is it safe to bathe?
The main bathing area is demarcated on Main Beach. There should be no swimming outside of this area.

What amenities are provided at the facility?
  • Chairs for rent: Plastic, $TT 18 | Sling, $TT 30
  • Beach umbrellas: $TT 30
  • Complimentary Beach huts (as available)
  • Change & washrooms (Wheel-chair accessible on North Beach)