Villa de Zachariah

 

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Villa de Zachariah is a luxury three bedroom villa located at No.134 Anthony Charles Crescentin Bon Accord Tobago. All rooms are finished and furnished to the highest standard. All the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, fans, and cable Television.Villa de Zachariah features a covered patio area, balcony and private pool with a Jacuzzi.

 Situated on the Western Coast of the Island, beautiful beaches are on your doorstep.The popular Store Bay is just about a mere 5 minute walk and Pigeon point a 20 minute walk from the Villa’s location. Mt Irvine and Stone-haven beaches can be reached within a 10 minute drive by car. You can also partake in various water activities such as jet – skiing, tours to the Nylon Pool on the glass bottom boats, snorkelling, kayaking and many other activities.

Diving here is a five star.

Restaurants and bars are located a mere 5 minute walk from the Villa, you can enjoy various types of local and international cuisine and glass or two of our world famous Angostura Rum Punch. The islands’ largest supermarket, newly built shopping centre, and 8 – cinema complex are all located just about a 5 - 10 minute drive away. Two international golf courses can be reached within 10 minutes by car at Mt Irvine.

There are many friendly local fishermen who can be booked for a day for the big game fishing. Your catch can make for a lovely dinner!

Crown Point International Airport is a 5 minute drive away.

The Villa’s Amenities: Oven/stove, Fridge/freezer, Microwave, Washer, Tumble Dryer, Blender, Electric Kettle, Toaster, Cable TV.

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About Tobago

Pigeon Point beach

 

 

This strip of elongated land, just 41 by 14 kilometers, abounds with natural allure - palm-lined beaches, lush rain forests and pristine coral reefs teeming with rich marine life.

Three times in a row winner of the World Travel Aware for best eco-tourism, the island comprises rolling hills (and the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere), home to a wide range of exotic birds, making the island an ideal holiday location for birdwatchers. Never having pursued traditional mass tourism, Tobago remains “clean, green and serene.” It really is the last of the un-spoilt Caribbean.

Tobago has a different pace of life, where if you take your time and the scenery teaches you to see, just as the sand, the rocks, the sun, the wind and the shade will teach you to feel. Contrasts of rolling hills against wave-beaten shores create a stunning backdrop for the island’s unequalled beauty. The South (Windward) Coast is washed by the dark green, wave-whipped Atlantic and is lined with vibrant fishing villages, while the North (Leeward) Coast provides Tobago with some of its finest beaches. In the main, the eastern landscape of the interior rises steeply into tall peaks and rolling hillocks, providing shelter for the oldest protected forest reserve in the Western Hemisphere.

Bikes are a great, low-impact way to explore the island. There are many natural trails overlooking the ocean with breath-taking views, some of which lead to secluded beaches where riders can cool down and even take a swim before heading to the next trail.

For the sun, sea and sand crowd Tobago’s pristine beaches are a paradise found: silver sands, azure waters and many many dive sites.

A perfect complement to bustling Trinidad, Tobago is a true jewel of the Caribbean Sea, whose sparkle will live in your memory long after you have left her shores.

 

 

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