Tobago's tourism is captured spectacularly in a three-minute film featured on National Geographic.
The video is a result of a collaboration with the Tobago Tourism Agency and is featured in the latest edition of National Geographic magazine. It showcases eloquently the countless aspects of Tobago’s unique and jaw-dropping environmental attraction and boldly declares: "There is no comparison to beauty."
Introduced with a quartet of concise but engaging reports the National Geographic writer directs readers to what she describes as the seven most beautiful places in Tobago including Argyle Waterfalls, Flagstaff Hill and Englishman’s Bay. A compulsory expedition through the hiking trails of the world’s oldest protected rainforest to view the hundreds of species of birds and other wildlife must also be on the to-do list of visitors; and as well as lazing on the many beaches highlighted you’re also reminded of water sports and bioluminescence trips to No Man’s Land. Focusing on the island’s recent and long-time cookery influences and the culinary skills which typify dirt oven baking and the many variations of dasheen also entice the traveller tempted by food as part of the rest and relaxation package.
The magazine’s web edition also showcases an impressive promotional film ‘Tobago: Full of Life’, documenting the island’s many charms and beauty. Narrated by local voices the atmospheric documentary shares panoramic views of both the Caribbean and Atlantic coasts and beaches, together with aerial shots of familiar landmarks and depictions of Tobagonian life.
Viewers are given a snippet of the beauty and lush scenery of the rainforest, reefs, aquatic life and village festivals.