"When you get off the plane in Tobago, you just breathe differently....you truly relax."
Tobago, a small jewel-bright island in the Caribbean, is a paradise seemingly untouched by time. Here, birds chirp in lush rainforests, warm seas whisper over white sands, and music echoes from every town and village. And to explore the abundant offerings of this small yet lively place, host Aaron Millar is speaking with several different Tobago natives and residents.
You'll hear from Alicia Edwards and John Arnold about Tobago's many cultural festivals and unique events, including the longstanding traditions of goat and crab racing, Ole Time Wedding re-enactment, a tradition called Sunday School that has nothing to do with church, and many more. Then, you'll follow lifelong birder Zolani Frank through the vivid rainforests, across hidden beaches, and under rushing waterfalls as he gives his best tips for enjoying all that nature offers in Tobago.
So pour a beverage and put your feet up, because this episode is going to whisk you away to a state of pure relaxation and bliss.
Find out guests
Support Alicia Edwards and the work of the Tobago Tourism Agency at VisitTobago.gov.tt, where you can learn more about all the ways to experience Tobago.
Support John Arnold's work with the Tobago Festivals Commission at TobagoFestivalsCommission.com and see their upcoming calendar of events!
Find Zolani Frank's nature and birding tours with his company, Zee Birding Tours and Nature Hikes, on Facebook at ZeeBirding or book through a local Tobagonian provider.