A Tobago Escape
Vacation villa rental
in the paradise of Tobago
We have furnished the villa with everything we can think of to make your stay as comfortable as possible. You'll feel like you're at home, away from home. The entire villa is available for your enjoyment and relaxation with your private pool, which is set in the tropical backyard garden.
In the area there are many places to grab a tasty bite for breakfast. We also we have a chef to whip up a tasty local breakfast, upon request.
Free wifi on the property for all guests to enjoy.
Beautiful tropical trees and garden area to enjoy when relaxing on the property .
Our housekeeper comes in every third day or upon your request
Private pool that is set in the back garden for your relaxation and privacy.
At home Dinning Experience
If desired, please contact us before hand .
THINGS TO DO IN TOBAGO
Top Ten Activities
.Visit No Man's Land.
Go for a horse ride in the ocean.
Enjoy a catamaran snorkel tour.
Go hiking in the main ridge forest reserve.
Go birdwatching with Newton George.
Try stand up paddle and experience the Bio luminescence Tour.
Visit the Argyle Waterfall.
Go diving at Crown Point or Speyside.
Go sport fishing.
Visit the Nylon Pool.
Tobago is known for its many festivals such as Tobago's Carnival, The Carib Great race, Goat Races, Tobago Jazz festival, Harvest festivals and The Tobago Heritage festival.
Kia’s Villa is ideally located within walking distance of the Crown Point Strip.
This is where you could experience the the best nightlife attractions that Tobago has to offer. This ranges from fine dinning to local food stalls, casinos, clubs and bars.
Every Sunday in Buccoo you can experience Sunday School, a loud, vibrant street party - Nothing religious here at all. It is an ideal way of sampling one aspect of Tobagonian social life.
There are a number of historical sites to visit whilst in Tobago. These include Fort George, Tobago Cocoa Estate , Courland Monument , Mysterious Tombstone and Fort Milford to name a few.
You’ll find a wide range of casual and fine dining restaurants offering international and fusion Caribbean cuisine all over the island. For traditional, creole dishes it is worth visiting the Store Bay Beach Facility, which is within walking distance from Kia’s. Here you'll find stewed pigeon peas, macaroni pie, pelau (a one-pot rice dish), callaloo (dasheen bush, which is similar to spinach, cooked with okra and coconut milk), oxtail, cowheel soup, stewed chicken, pork or beef, and a variety of "provision" – starchy crops such as plantain or cassava.