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My husband and I just returned from a 3 night stay during a birding tour. The eco-lodge is beautiful, welcoming and has a magical quality about it. Much of the lodge is open to the outdoors, which is stunningly beautiful and private. The food was...More
Our Rough Guide to Tobago informed us about this retreat. We also received a recommendation from friends, and discovered the favourable reviews on TA. We were not disappointed. Taking advice we made reservations with the owner, Regina, a charming person who met us on arrival....More
We spent three nights here as part of a birding expedition and we could have stayed much longer! For birders, this lodge is amazing. Our hostess Regina is a marvelous cook and we wanted for nothing. The service was wonderful and the local guide Desmond...More
We had visited the lodge for dinner last year as guests of our Tobago friend and host , and were so smitten with the place that we decided to return to the Cuffie River Nature Retreat during our recent sojourn in Tobago, for a guided...More
Kathy & I spent four wonderful nights at this delightful location. We arrived late; as we drove up the driveway we had to stop to prevent running over several Nightjars! What a birder's paradise. Our gracious host Regina had a gourmet meal waiting for us...More
It's not ON the beach, but Tobago is a very small island and beaches are not more than a short drive away. The closest beaches are on Tobago's north coast. These are normally quieter and less occupied but generally just as... More
It's not ON the beach, but Tobago is a very small island and beaches are not more than a short drive away. The closest beaches are on Tobago's north coast. These are normally quieter and less occupied but generally just as nice as those around the western tip of the island.