What you need to know


We like you to be as informed as possible, so we've treated with the most frequently asked questions

Q: Where is Tobago?

A: Tobago is situated in the southern Caribbean, the smaller “sister-isle” of the twin-island state of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago.

Q: What is the population of Tobago?

A: The population of the island is approximately 50,000.

Q: What language is spoken in Tobago?

A: English spoken here!

Q: What is the weather going to be like in Tobago?

A: Tobago is a tropical island paradise. The average temperature on the island is 29°C (84°F) ranging from about 22°C - 35°C (71.6°F - 95°F). Balmy days and nights await you.

Q: How do I get there?

A: You can arrange your trip (flight and accommodation) through any of our partnering agents, or start your adventure by booking independently.

Q: Do I need a passport to get to Tobago?

A: If traveling internationally, yes. You are advised to ensure that your passport is valid for your trip. If you do not have a valid passport, we advise that you apply well in advance of your planned departure date.

Q: Do I need a visa to enter Tobago?

 A: Holders   of American and Canadian passports do not require   visas for entry to Trinidad and Tobago for Spring Break.

For a   comprehensive list of visa requirements for different passport holders click here.


Q: Do I need any vaccinations to travel to Tobago?

A: The government of Trinidad and Tobago requires proof of yellow fever vaccination if you are traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever (this does not include the US – For a complete list of these countries, see Countries with risk of yellow fever virus (YFV) transmission.) The Centres for Disease Prevention (CDC) recommends that you should be up to date on routine vaccinations while traveling to any destination, and offers specific advice for travel to Tobago. 

Q: What’s the local currency? Can I use other currency on the island?

A: The local currency is the Trinidad & Tobago dollar. Other currencies accepted on the island are the U.S. dollar, the British pound, and the Euro. Not to worry though, there are many ATMs available around the island and debit and credit cards are widely accepted as well.

Q: Can I purchase party and event tickets separately from flight/accommodation packages?

A: Yes! Tickets only options can be purchased directly through our website or from our ticketing partners.

Q: How do I pay for my ticket purchase?

A: We accept Visa, MasterCard and PayPal through our website.

Q: What are your parties like? Tell me more!

A: First of all, we are known for throwing the GREATEST PARTIES IN THE WORLD. The annual Trinidad & Tobago Carnival is, in a word, epic (Feel free to Google it if you think we’re exaggerating.) Spring Break Tobago promises you a mindblowing Carnivalesque party experience that no other destination can match. It’s gonna be lit!

Day/night parties at Pigeon Point Heritage Park – a white-sand beach front location, backed up by lush greenery. There will also be “on-site” parties at selected resort partner locations, nightclubs and insane street parties – see the lineup on our Events page. (Speaking of lineup, we’ve got an amazing lineup of DJs! Check out the Talent page.) ALL of our partygoers will receive the VIP treatment: Depending on which option you purchase you may be entitled to the VIP pack which includes premium drinks and party favours at all events, or, the ULTRA experience – stage side private viewing/party booths, champagne/bottle service, limousine shuttles and food service!

Q: What is the legal drinking age in Tobago?

A: The legal drinking age on the island is 18 years of age. DRINK RESPONSIBLY!

Q: Can I drink on the beach?

A: Well most of the parties are on the beach, so…yeah! Seriously though, you can drink, hassle free, just about anywhere in Tobago.

Q: How much spending money should I bring along?

A: This of course varies by individual; however, we recommend at least US$500 for a 5 to 7 day vacation schedule. We’ve taken care to make our events cashless, so you won’t have to walk around with wads of cash or even plastic! ALL events are drinks inclusive (alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages) and our accommodation partners have meal inclusive packages available.

You will receive an RFID band on purchase of your event/activities ticket. You will have the option to preload this band with cash or upload and add specific event/activity options as you go along.

Q: Where do we eat?

A: If you’re not taking advantage of a meal inclusive option at your place of stay, there are many restaurants and fast food establishments on the island. Good eats!

Q: What’s the shopping like?

A: There are a bunch of shops and quaint roadside vendors set up to take care of your souvenir needs. There’s also a mall along Tobago’s main thoroughfare, making it easy to get to from anywhere.

Q: How do I get around?

A: A lot of our partnering accommodation providers will provide airport shuttles to and from the airport. During your stay, if you are staying at one of these partnering properties, you will enjoy free scheduled shuttle service to our events. In addition to this there are taxis, private and public bus service options and limousine service available to you.

Q: Is there anything to do in addition to partying?

A: Tobago offers a wide range of activities for sporty, adventurous types as well as those who prefer more leisurely or creative pursuits. 

Q: Are there any community or environmental projects I can contribute to while I’m there?

A: We are issuing points for completed community service in designated areas on the island. These points can be applied to events or activities access. See conditions and volunteer on the “Lending a Hand” page.

Q: What happens if I get sick or injured?

A: There are private and public hospital services available both in Tobago and in Trinidad.