Stonehaven Bay

Stonehaven, Tobago
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Stonehaven Bay is a picturesque beach destination that comprised of soft, light brown, medium grain sand that is ideal for destination weddings, leisurely romantic walks, sunbathing, snorkeling, kayaking and surfing.

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Destination 101: Rip current exist. No life guard on duty

Located off the Grafton Road between Mt. Irvine and Black Rock in south west Tobago, Stonehaven Bay is great for snorkeling towards its northern end closer to the Grafton Beach Resort. If you are interested in turtle watching, then you are in luck as the Bay is one of the few destinations in Tobago where the leatherback turtle nests between the months of March and June. The attractive golden sands combined with the cool breezes coming off of the bay and the natural beauty of the location makes for the perfect setting for a intimate destination wedding.

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