The Sandy Point Beach Club is located on Tobago, an island offering long, lazy days and unforgettable sunsets. There are many good little restaurants nearby, as well as the island's two most famous beaches. A shuttle service is offered for golf and water sports. On Site Amenities include a beach cafe, clubhouse and bar, swimming pool and three outdoor hot tubs, sauna, exercise room, short-court tennis and basketball, chip'n putt golf, fishing, mini-mart, gift shop, laundry service, children's playground, diving, and snorkeling. Divers have little difficulty sighting barracudas, dolphins, whale sharks, nurse sharks, turtles as well as sting rays - a thrill for all divers. These are just some of the wonders awaiting the scuba diver in Tobago. There are extensive fringing reefs and rocky reefs including the Japanese Gardens, as well as underwater cliffs and canyons covered with corals and sponges. There's also a lot of land based adventures to experience. Tobago, inhabited by the Caribs, was also sighted in 1498 by Columbus. It was successively a Spanish, British, Dutch, and French possession until 1814, when France, at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, had to cede the island to Britain. Tobago formed a part of the Windward Islands Colony until 1889, when it was joined to Trinidad.
A beautiful island resort is The Alexandra Resort and Spa. The Alexandra Resort and Spa is located on the unsurpassed natural beauty of well-known Grace Bay, with 12 miles of secluded white-sand beach. Diving and snorkeling, fishing, whale-watching, and golfing are all on-site or nearby. You may arrange fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, parasailing, island tours, golf, car rentals, fine dining, and other activities through the resort's personal concierge service.