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The island of Tobago is the smaller of the two main islands the make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Tobago is northeast of Trinidad and southeast of Grenada. One of the features that makes Tobago unique is the island contains one of the oldest rain forest preserves, providing lush vegetation and waterfalls dotted throughout the island - perfect for exploring! Magdalena happens to be the original name of Tobago, derived from the name of one of Christopher Columbus' ships, and is meant to signify the majestic beauty of Tobago in its natural and purest form.
The Magdalena Grand Beach Resort is located in the tropical Tobago Plantations Estate - a 750-acre gated community of luxury villas, condos, and bungalows around the Tobago Plantations PGA Championship golf course. The property covers 2 and 1/2 miles of pristine beaches with miles of nature trails and canopy walks through virgin mangrove forests.
The resort offers 178 Deluxe Ocean Front rooms with either a King or 2 Doubles. There are also 22 One and Two Bedroom Suites with private hot tubs and sweeping panoramic views from your private terrace or balcony.
Magdalena Grand offers 4 restaurants and 3 bars on site. You will find something to satisfy every palette. Pembois Restaurant is the main restaurant, featuring all day dining. If you want to try local fare, head to Kali'na Restaurant where Caribbean fusion is the main attraction. Salaka Grill is the place for quick food with a view, located ocean front and pool side. Benne Cafe offers gourmet pastries and coffees.
Magdalena Grand offers a variety of activities for guests. Whether it be relaxing around 1 of the three swimming pools on site or exploring the estate on bicycles, there is an activity for everyone. Also located on site is the Equilibrium Face and Body Clinic, which provide several treatments to pamper id relax both the body and mind.
Situated at the southern end of the Caribbean islands, Tobago offers a variety of dive sites and is a great place to discover a fascinating underwater world. The warm water and nutrients from the Orinoco River of Venezuela provide nourishment to healthy corals and large numbers of fish. The Caribbean's largest brain corals are found in Tobago - not to mention the populations of sea turtles and Tobago's famed mantas! World of Watersports is located on site and can take you to the best dive sites Tobago has to offer. Temperatures range from 82 in the summer to 75 in the winter months of January and February, with visibility reaching 100ft. Many dives off Tobago are drift dives, allowing you to go with the flow! One of the more popular dive sites is the wreck of the M/V Maverick, which sits at 100ft. This ship was the first passenger ferry offering services between Trinidad and Tobago. Divers will often spot Snappers and Rainbow Runners inside with schools of bait fish across the upper deck.