Mélange Travel & Lifestyle Magazine July 2018 - Page 682

No Man’s Land This small beach lies in the idyllic mangrove bordered by the Bon Accord Lagoon in the south-west of the island. It is accessible by boat from Pigeon Point or Store Bay and is a popular place for cosy barbeques. places of interest Moravian churches Few buildings on Tobago survived destruction from the 1963 hurricane but two that did were the twin Moravian churches in the villages of Spring Garden and Black Rock. Built in 1852 and 1859 respectively these relatively simple chapels that rest on hand-hewn coral limestone have been a bastion of island life since the colonial era and they still remain standing today. Spring Garden Moravian Church © nationaltrust.tt Photo Credit: Kara Roopsingh