How to find us

Ideally located on the Southern tip of Tobago in the popular Crown Point area,  close to many popular attractions and entertainment for the whole family.  Great location for visitors to find most of what they need to fulfill their holiday expectations, and a perfect base to start exploring the rest of the island’s treasures, especially if you are a first time visitor.

From Crown Point International airport:
5 minute walk – from the airport. Turn right on exiting the arrivals gate, and follow the road which curves to the left past the Crown Point police station, take the first road on the right – Storebay Local Road. We are approximately 100 meters down this road on the right-hand side. We do not normally provide pick up service from the airport, because we are within walking distance.

Taxi – Alternatively, there are usually several taxis available outside the arrivals gate. A short ride (approx. one minute) should cost about $5 -10 US.
Flights information

 BQ map   plane

A 2 1/2 hour ferry ride from Port of Spain Trinidad brings you right into Scarborough port in Tobago.

From Scarborough Port Authority:
Route Taxi (public transport) – A number of route taxis should be standing directly outside the Arrivals gate. Find the one going to Crown Point International airport. A 20 minute ride to the airport should cost approximately $1.00 US. Direct transport to Bananaquit apartments is possible for an extra couple of dollars.
Private Taxi – These can be flagged down from the main road or called by phone.The usual charge for a trip to Crown Point area could be anything up to $10 US.
Ferry schedule

ferry

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