Trinidad & tobago

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rinidad & Tobago’s many per­son­al­i­ties range from laid­back and tran­quil to vi­brant and en­er­getic. Tobago is the peace­ful part­ner. An eco-des­ti­na­tion, it’s per­fect for na­ture lovers with lush rain­forests, clear wa­ters and co­ral reefs. Ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude bik­ing or hik­ing into the canopied moun­tains to seek out wa­ter­falls; the an­nual tur­tle hatch­ling pro­gramme; div­ing and snorkelling among the shal­low reefs; vis­it­ing the is­lands’ bird sanc­tu­ar­ies; and night time



bi­o­lu­mi­nes­cence tours by stand-up pad­dle­boards to ex­pe­ri­ence na­ture’s light­show. Golfers are blessed too, with some stun­ning cour­ses to play on. Trinidad is the ‘cul­tural cap­i­tal of the Caribbean’, famed for its car­ni­val. Some other is­land must do’s in­clude ex­plor­ing the hid­den coves and de­serted beaches, vis­it­ing the Asa Wright Na­ture Cen­tre and The Ca­roni Sanc­tu­ary.


Cur­rency- TT Dol­lar, Pop­u­la­tion 1.365mil Trinidad &Tobago is lo­cated be­low the hur­ri­cane belt and is the most south­ernly of the Caribbean is­lands

Port of Spain is the cap­i­tal, The lo­cal beer is Carib, Pi­geon point was the in­spi­ra­tion for Daniel De­foe’s Robin­son Cru­soe

Crab and Dumplings is the na­tional dish of Tobago & Callaloo the dish of Trinidad.


Car­ni­val, Bucco Goat & Crab Race Fes­ti­val, Tobago Jazz Ex­pe­ri­ence, The Blue Food Fes­ti­val, Tobago Her­itage Fes­ti­val.

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