Why Not Go?

Some people are happiest in a fast-paced city with never-ending attractions that allow them to go, go, go; others prefer peace, quiet, and nature untouched by human hands. The dual island nation of Trinidad and Tobago is the perfect destination for either type of traveler, acting as the figurative “city mouse” and “country mouse” of the Caribbean. Trinidad and Tobago are the southernmost islands of the West Indies, and stand approximately 20 miles apart from one another.… more…

Areas within Trinidad

Chaguanas

Port of Spain

Culture

The islands of Trinidad and Tobago have two very different tones. Trinidad… more…

Events & Festivals

The people of Trinidad and Tobago are proud of their diverse heritage,… more…

History

The islands of Trinidad and Tobago, though now united as one nation,… more…

Clothing

Trinidad and Tobago are closer to the… more…

Languages

English is the official language of… more…

Packing

The thing about packing for a vacation… more…

Accommodations

On Trinidad, Port of Spain is where you will find many dining and shopping opportunities, as well as plenty of attractions to visit. There is also a great variety of lodging options in this area, from your typical hotel to rental properties. If you're looking for a more quiet beach atmosphere, Blanchisseuse is the better choice. Other places on the island known for hosting vacationers include Matelot and Chaguaramas. There are multiple types of hotels to choose between on the… more…

Hotels

Trinidad is renowned for being a prime… more…

Eco Tourism

With large areas of unspoiled forests,… more…

Transportation

Several options for transportation make it easy to get to and around… more…

Air Travel

Trinidad is located at the end of the chain of Caribbean islands. Only… more…

Ferries

Ferries are not the fastest way to travel to and from Trinidad and… more…

Rental Cars

Although driving in a foreign country… more…

Sailing & Boating

Geography and location have made the… more…

Taxis

Vacationers who want a quick and easy… more…

Food

Many dining options are available on Trinidad and Tobago, with international cuisine providing the inspiration for many of the islands' most popular local delicacies. Some enjoy the quick comfort of popular street vendors and bake stands that serve hot and delicious sandwiches and rotis.… more…

Budgeting

Before you get swept away in the sea of possibilities that await you on… more…

Tipping

On Trinidad and Tobago, tipping is considered a gesture… more…

History

The islands of Trinidad and Tobago, though now united as… more…

Weather

Many vacationers looking for a hot time in a tropical paradise will enjoy soaking up the sun in beautiful Trinidad and Tobago. These two lovely vacation… more…

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Activities

A trip to Trinidad and Tobago means you can sleep in late, spend your… more…

Snorkeling

There is some great snorkeling to be found by underwater explorers… more…

Diving

Two of the most popular pastime in the Caribbean are diving; Trinidad… more…

Fishing

Fishing has often been overlooked by… more…

Nightlife

At one point in recent history, someone… more…

Shopping

Shopping on Trinidad and Tobago is all… more…

Beaches

Although Trinidad isn't known primarily for its beaches, you can still enjoy some sand and surf there. But swimmers should be careful, as riptides and undercurrents abound. Shallow waters can extend quite a distance from shore, so if you don't pay attention, you may suddenly find you've waded too far. The north coast's calmer waters and natural beauty make its beaches the best for swimming on Trinidad. Changing rooms, bathrooms, and food… more…

Casinos

Those who yearn for glitz, glamor, and… more…

Natural Attractions

With a total area of 1,981 square miles,… more…

Landmarks

The island of Trinidad abounds with… more…

Weddings

Couples seeking an unforgettable wedding experience, should consider planning to host their big event in beautiful Trinidad and Tobago. From exquisite… more…

Cruises

Cruises are a great way to see as many Caribbean islands as possible in one vacation. You may not stay long at each port, but cruises can ensure you enjoy… more…

Packing

The thing about packing for a vacation on Trinidad and Tobago is that many people make it out to be harder than it actually is. By taking the time to learn… more…