People would often ask me about the most beautiful place I’ve ever been to. And I would always say it depends (how boring, I know). I think the most beautiful places you visit are the ones that stay in your mind for a long time. And the ones you remeber every time life gets a bit confusing. For me it’s Tobago. Not only I met one of my best friends there, Alex, but I was also surprised how diverse the island was. So if you ever go to Tobago make sure to check out my favorite places. Maybe they will also become yours one day.Where Robinson Crusoe was shipwrecked: the beach at Blue Haven Hotel. They also have a wonderful swimming pool located above the cliffs.At the Tobago Coca Estate they are supposed to show you the cacao production. But its more like walking around between papaya and lime trees and drinking rum. Much more fun anyway.Cool for cooling down after the rum walk: the Argyle waterfalls. It takes you about 20 minutes through the forest to get there. Jemma’s Sea View Kitchen ist definitely one of my favorite restaurants on earth. Some people call it Jemma’s Tree House Restaurant because it’s built on a giant tree, but most of the locals would just say Jemma’s. Make sure to try creol shrimps and the Angostura Lemonade. This famous bitters was found in Trinidad&Tobago by the way.During the boat trip to the nature preserve island Little Tobago we were passing by some beautiful almost asian looking cliffs and the white house where Ian Fleming stayed as he was writing James Bond. It doesn’t look like he had a lot of distractions there but hopefully a good bar…Nice view on Littly Tobago from the infinity pool at the Blue Water Inn Resorts, where our boat trip started from. Dinner at Café Havana: Lobster on a mango salad.Magdalena Grand Beach Resort might be the most popular hotel in Tobago. Fortunately it’s so big that the pools nevert get too crowded.Pigeon Point has the perfect beach for swimming and stand up paddling. Nice background and the waves never get too wild. Take a boat trip to Bucco Reef and have a barbecue at Nomandsland after. I did a separate post about this activity. Pigeon Point has the most photographed jetty in the world. Now I know why. One of the my favorite things to do in Tobago was the catamaran tour around the island (departure in Mt Irvine). Drinking rum punch all day, jumping into the water with dolphins, snorkling in deep green bays… All the places looked like they were just reserved for us – we barely met someone else. Highly recommended: Kali’na Restaurant at Magdalena. Between the courses I was running out all the time to take pictures of this amazing sunset.No Tobago holiday without driving around the island. There are just too many amazing viewing points (just follow the signs on the street) and you can also stop by the farms. The owners are always proud to show you around and give you an avocado, or a papaya or a giant lemon to try.After Jemma’s the Seahorse Inn was my favorite restaurant on the island. It’s kinda date place.If you are traveling in a bigger group or with the your family Stonehaven Villas might be a nice option to stay in Tobago. The pools have a wonderful view but you have to drive down the hill to get to the beach. Lunch in Kariwak Village. They are famous for the organic products they grow themselves and they even have an own cook book. The accomodations are pretty basic though and not directly at the beach.Coco Reef won the Caribbean World Travel Awards as the best resort in the Caribbean. I loved it’s vintage spirit without being cheezy at the same time and the beach location.Thanks to Trinidad & Tobago for the wonderful trip and to my friend Alex for making it work so perfectly.