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Trinidad and Tobago

Discussion in 'Caribbean Timesharing' started by Ann-Marie, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. Ann-Marie

    Ann-Marie TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    Any positive or negative comments about Tobago timeshare. We are thinking next January or February. It got way too cold here in the south this year! It is so hard to go to any islands right now because of the hurricane damage. We are always game to go somewhere new and I want to use timeshare and it has to be warm. I have so many TPU’s! I was thinking maybe we would do a day or 2 on Trinidad. Comments please. Thank you.
     
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    Hi Ann Marie,

    On Facebook I follow a group called “Tradewinds Resales” and there are currently posts about a diving trip to Tobago. There are pictures from a visit to the RCI Resort Sandy Point Beach Club. The pictures are great and you should check them out.
     
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    I also have a question about Sandy Point Beach Club, which is: are any specific size units more likely or definitely going to have an ocean view? Maybe we'd like to go there sometime and are flexible, would take a smaller unit to have a view. Hope someone on TUG knows!
     
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    I haven't stayed at Sandy Point, but I've been to Tobago and loved it. It's very lush and green, mostly rainforest. Quiet.
     
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  5. Ann-Marie

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    Check out this website. Lots of information about Tobago.
    https://www.mytobago.info/reviews/sandy_point_beach_club2.php
     
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  6. Ann-Marie

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    IDK, but we have a 2BR the first week, and a 3 the second week. I will find out!
     
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    Carnival (Mas) in Trinidad is around the time you're going, so you should definitely take a few days on Trini. They have steel drum band competitions leading up to it so even if you're not there for Carnival, you can check out the bands.
     
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    We are signed up for an II Getaway special to Tobago for the Mount Irvine Bay Resort that looks great. I'm only uneasy even though I have the II paperwork because we paid $1000 for a Jan. studio week and looking on the resort's own website, prices seem to be $500-800 PER night. Airfare was dealt with by booking a direct Jet Blue flight from Boston to Barbados. For three winter months they have direct flights on Sat. and Sun. We'll stay in Barbados 5 nights, fly to Tobago for the week, and then back to Barbados for 2 nights so we'll be there for the return flight to Boston. Looking on sites like Expedia for Boston-Tobago flights showed 24 hours+ flights with stays overnight at various points. Direct Barbados seemed a very good solution.
     
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