Turtles in Tobago: Sight the endangered Leatherback

24th Feb 2004

For those of you who enjoy nature, perhaps Tobago is the Caribbean island for you in the month of March? March is the first month of the year when visitors to the island of Tobago may expect to witness the magical sight of huge, endangered leatherback turtles returning to the sandy beaches where they were born to lay their eggs.  During March, guests staying at Plantation Beach Villas, located at the turtle nesting beach at Stone-Haven Bay, will have the added advantage of a complimentary jeep when they book a holiday with specialist tour operator, Just Tobago.

The villas, designed and built in the style of old plantation houses, sleep from two to six guests.

The price of £985 per person for one week is based on four sharing, departing on 4th, 11th or 18th March, and includes direct flights from Gatwick to Tobago with Excel Airways, private transfers, seven nights’ accommodation, the services of a housekeeper and a jeep.

For further details, telephone 01373 814234 or visit www.justtobago.co.uk.


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