Less than a 10-minute drive from the Arthur N. R. Robinson International Airport you turn down Pigeon Point Road which will bring you to Pigeon Point Beach– Tobago’s finest, most popular beach. This picture-perfect destination is the stuff that Caribbean dreams are made of. With white powdery sands, trimmed by swaying palm trees and bordered by calm reef-protected sparkly blue waters. Pigeon Point is the best place for relaxing, swimming and snorkeling. The jetty – an internationally known wooden boardwalk which extends from the shoreline and ends with a unique straw thatched-roofed hut with the backdrop of turquoise water. It has become a signature image of the island and is the most rumored to be the most photographed jetty in the world. Though at Pigeon Point you have to pay an entrance fee, it nominal and then you are free to enjoy the gorgeous beach or take a stroll to the park, pick some unique souvenirs, satisfy your taste buds with local delicacies or sip on a cold beer at the beach bar. Umbrellas, beach chairs, surf boards, scuba and snorkeling equipment, kayaks are available for rentals. A place you can find just about any activity and if you choose to do nothing at all, then this is the beach for you.