Big Tobago and Small Tobago
British Virgin Islands, Jost Van Dyke

Real Robinsons in search of wild beaches in not just secluded, but isolated places go to two tiny islands of the Virgin archipelago - Big and Small Tobago. They are located ten kilometers east of Jost Van Dyke, but you can get here from St. Thomas. These are two completely uninhabited islands, whose permanent residents are perhaps only local birds. On large Tobago there are nests of pelicans, frigates and terns. In addition to the Robinsons, these islands are chosen by divers. Near Small Tobago there are steep cliffs extending almost vertically to a depth of 50 meters - to the very bottom. In general, marine life here is more diverse, because marine life feels more comfortable without human presence.

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