Located outside the hurricane belt in the southern Caribbean Sea, Tobago Island is famous for its pristine beaches and is a widely preferred wedding destination.

The island is known for some festivals and cultural events too. The annual Buccoo Goat and Crab Race Festival in Bucco, Tobago Island, attract hundreds of travelers. Goat racing is an annual tradition or rather an indigenous sport that has been in practice in Tobago since 1925. During the race, goats and their handlers, known as jockeys, race to the finish line with their animals.

The latest edition of the event was held at the Mt. Pleasant multiplex on Tuesday.

As part of the entertainment during the festival, an international crab race was also organized Wednesday at Buccoo Integrated Facility in which people guided their crabs tied to a string to reach the finish line.

The winner of the 2012 race was a goat named Mr. Fox while a British tourist's crab won the International Crab Race, Reuters reported.

Click on Start to catch a glimpse of the annual Buccoo Goat and Crab Race Festival in Bucco and the related attractions.