Castara

“Hey mister, is this the way to Castara?” I was driving a rental car in Tobago en route hopefully to the beautiful scenic rural fishing village of Castara. A seaside spot on the leeward coast of Tobago, Castara’s economy is dependent primarily on fishing and agriculture, with tourism playing an increasingly important role since the 1990s.

Bush, beach, agriculture and adventure… For these reasons I decided to venture into this untouched part of my twin island. I had been to Tobago too many times to count. In fact I consider myself half Tobagonian as work, leisure and beach calls me to the pristine paradise occasionally. 

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