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Tobago flights + 7 night holidays From £549 pp (£1098 total) @ British Airways
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Tobago flights + 7 night holidays From £549 pp (£1098 total) @ British Airways

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Posted 28th Jun

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I think this is a reasonable deal to the Caribbean , been looking for a weeks holiday in September. This is somewhat cheaper than some deals to the med.

7 nights stay is at the Grafton Beach resort with sample dates of 3, 10, 17, 24 September including breakfast and a garden view twin room. BA Flights include 23kg baggage.



Tobagos family friendly hotel, conveniently located on the south coast of the island and nestled on the hillside above the picturesque Stonehaven Bay, overlooking the Caribbean Sea.The great value resort is warm and welcoming and boasts cheerful
Caribbean decor. The resort is located just across the road from a half-mile stretch of beach and is approximately 20 minutes from the islands capital, Scarborough.

The resort is comprised of 106 rooms and suites, each with an in-room safe, iron, ironing board and kettle/tea station. The en-suite bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer in addition to the standard amenities. Additionally, each room enjoys a private balcony, or terrace, with sliding glass doors, modern resin lounge furniture and beautiful sweeping palms that add just the right tropical touch to the garden,
pool or Caribbean Sea view.
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Ohhhh if only I had some holidays left. Being dual national of Trinidad and Tobago you will love the island. Politics aside there is plenty to do and see. Glass boat trip and swimming in the nylon pool will be the best part. If thinking to take a trip to Trinidad don’t take the boat you might not be able to come back due to its horrendous service thanks to the government.
If you have chance to go down to Charlotteville beach and take a small boat to pirate bay just round the on the right you will love it.
If with the kids then stay safe and don’t have to much valuables to draw attention. Store bay and pigeon point is the closes beached to the airport and highly recommended. Crown point has lots of food options.
Be safe and take care enjoy your trip.
Hurricane season - and not the safest island in the Carribean at any time of year. Hope you have a great time but be careful..
A wonderful, unspoilt island. Not commercialised like some of the other islands. You will love it. Take a trip to the rainforest, it won’t be a big organised affair, just your cabdriver and your party. Locals very knowledgeable. I’m green with envy!
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For executive club members?
I'm not an executive club member. I just saw it on the BA web site and went and booked it.
I may hyave put the wrong link .
jumpinoffthbed28/06/2019 17:22

For executive club members?

This page worked for me

britishairways.com/en-…ale

Then click on Caribbean.
Edited by: "garryallen" 28th Jun
A wonderful, unspoilt island. Not commercialised like some of the other islands. You will love it. Take a trip to the rainforest, it won’t be a big organised affair, just your cabdriver and your party. Locals very knowledgeable. I’m green with envy!
Hurricane season - and not the safest island in the Carribean at any time of year. Hope you have a great time but be careful..
buzzard28/06/2019 19:00

Hurricane season - and not the safest island in the Carribean at any time …Hurricane season - and not the safest island in the Carribean at any time of year. Hope you have a great time but be careful..


What is the safest island?
Ohhhh if only I had some holidays left. Being dual national of Trinidad and Tobago you will love the island. Politics aside there is plenty to do and see. Glass boat trip and swimming in the nylon pool will be the best part. If thinking to take a trip to Trinidad don’t take the boat you might not be able to come back due to its horrendous service thanks to the government.
If you have chance to go down to Charlotteville beach and take a small boat to pirate bay just round the on the right you will love it.
If with the kids then stay safe and don’t have to much valuables to draw attention. Store bay and pigeon point is the closes beached to the airport and highly recommended. Crown point has lots of food options.
Be safe and take care enjoy your trip.
buzzard28/06/2019 19:54

https://www.sailingeurope.com/blog/safest-caribbean-islands-and-ones-to-avoid HTH


I think you will find that crime stats in Tobago and "Trinidad and Tobago" are not quite the same.
Great deal!
Beautiful island, will always remember with fond memories. In my opinion, the best Caribbean island. Other islands are bland in comparison.
Hire a car and drive around the island, only takes half a day but it’s unforgettable.
jsoap28/06/2019 20:45

I think you will find that crime stats in Tobago and "Trinidad and Tobago" …I think you will find that crime stats in Tobago and "Trinidad and Tobago" are not quite the same.


I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - however people are attacked on beaches. Yes Trinidad is worse - but you need to be aware of the risks on both islands. loopnewsbarbados.com/con…e-2
Pigeon point beach. Picture perfect
buzzard29/06/2019 06:58

I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - …I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - however people are attacked on beaches. Yes Trinidad is worse - but you need to be aware of the risks on both islands. http://www.loopnewsbarbados.com/content/british-tourists-attacked-tobago-tha-head-calls-vigilance-2


Whilst I understand the concern, is this any different to living in London or any big town/city?
Of course there are risks, as there would be wherever you travel in the world, common sense and awareness of your surroundings goes a long way.
buzzard29/06/2019 06:58

I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - …I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - however people are attacked on beaches. Yes Trinidad is worse - but you need to be aware of the risks on both islands. http://www.loopnewsbarbados.com/content/british-tourists-attacked-tobago-tha-head-calls-vigilance-2


Y are they on a beach @ 1:30am..... Asking for trouble
Kevlar.Engineer29/06/2019 10:45

Y are they on a beach @ 1:30am..... Asking for trouble


They're not asking for trouble, but much bigger chance of trouble finding them at that hour.
shadowdragonv628/06/2019 20:06

Ohhhh if only I had some holidays left. Being dual national of Trinidad …Ohhhh if only I had some holidays left. Being dual national of Trinidad and Tobago you will love the island. Politics aside there is plenty to do and see. Glass boat trip and swimming in the nylon pool will be the best part. If thinking to take a trip to Trinidad don’t take the boat you might not be able to come back due to its horrendous service thanks to the government.If you have chance to go down to Charlotteville beach and take a small boat to pirate bay just round the on the right you will love it. If with the kids then stay safe and don’t have to much valuables to draw attention. Store bay and pigeon point is the closes beached to the airport and highly recommended. Crown point has lots of food options.Be safe and take care enjoy your trip.

How to spot a fellow Trinbagonian 💞
Thanks for posting @mazzza1 we have added this to today's Highlights section
Voted hot and many thanks to the OP. I too would love to make use of this deal & have now shared it with family
Kevlar.Engineer29/06/2019 10:45

Y are they on a beach @ 1:30am..... Asking for trouble


Did you read the whole report "According to police reports, at about 1.30 pm on Sunday, they were both at Grafton Beach, Tobago, when they were approached by the two suspects." and "At about 4.30 pm on Wednesday, the couple, who is staying in a nearby inn, took a walk to the beach.

While there, they were approached by a man armed with a firearm."
buzzard29/06/2019 06:58

I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - …I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - however people are attacked on beaches. Yes Trinidad is worse - but you need to be aware of the risks on both islands. http://www.loopnewsbarbados.com/content/british-tourists-attacked-tobago-tha-head-calls-vigilance-2


Stop scaremongering.
bajanpeggy07/07/2019 11:58

Stop scaremongering.


When tourists stop being attacked I'll stop reporting it. Stop minimising.
buzzard29/06/2019 06:58

I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - …I would have preferred not to go on about this as someone has booked - however people are attacked on beaches. Yes Trinidad is worse - but you need to be aware of the risks on both islands. http://www.loopnewsbarbados.com/content/british-tourists-attacked-tobago-tha-head-calls-vigilance-2


Crime is eveywhere. Jamaica has worse stats but many people still go there. Its a matter of common sense. Just be sensible and be cautious as you would wge you travel to any country. There were a few serious attacks but these were many years ago
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