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Ansa McAL leaves Pigeon Point

Acquiring the 60-acre property almost nine years ago, Robinson Crusoe Ltd has invested millions of dollars to maintain this natural recreation spot and the unique Pigeon Point Jetty that has become one of the most recognised Caribbean landmarks on the planet.

Over the years, the club has welcomed thousands of visitors from at home, the region and around the world.

Many return year after year to enjoy the picture perfect natural beauty of white sands, crystal waters and the pristine landscape.

To preserve this icon in its idealistic natural state, over 500 coconut trees have been planted to replace those lost to age, wind and erosion and thousands of bougainvillea have been planted in grounds scrupulously maintained to international standards.

Activities at the club and maintenance of the facilities supported approximately 200 jobs.

Club Pigeon Point is pleased to have completed the sale of the property.

The transfer of ownership and responsibility for the maintenance and preservation of this symbol of Tobago’s patrimony now resides with the Tobago House of Assembly and Government of T&T.

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