Best Places to Visit in Trinidad and Tobago
Best Places to Visit in Trinidad and Tobago
At just 42km long and around 14km at its widest point, Tobago is a breeze to roam around. Anyone spending more than a few days on the island will quickly familiarise themselves with the roads, bays and bends, and it will all start to feel like home. You’ll never have to drive more than an hour and a half – which also means that hotel and even airport pickups may be included as part of tours. Be aware though that the easily queasy may want to limit the number of times they zigzag across the island; the roads rollercoaster along steep hillsides and motion sickness is even more of a risk than sea sickness. The reward is that every crest of a hill results in sweeping views of sapphire seas or emerald jungle; the journey really is all part of the adventure.
1.Pigeon Point Beach
2.Port of Spain
4.Asa Wright Nature Centre & Lodge
5.Little Tobago Island
6.Caroni Bird Sanctuary
10. Fort King George
Trinidad and Tobago Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Trinidad and Tobago:
Nylon Pool, Yerette, Stand Up Paddle, Englishman's Bay, Tobago Forest Reserve, Maracas Bay, Pigeon Point Beach, Asa Wright Nature Centre, Pirate's Bay, Castara Bay, Argyle Waterfall, Fort George, Adventure Farm and Nature Reserve, Undersea Tobago, Dattatreya Temple and Hanuman Statue
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20 Things to do in Trinidad & Tobago
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Top 10 Places to Visit in Trinidad and Tobago
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Every year, travellers flock to Trinidad and Tobago to experience the famous Carnival. Myself and 7 other bloggers/vloggers headed to Trinidad and Tobago to experience what the twin island countries had to offer pre-carnival. In this video, we experience one of the happiest places I've ever travelled throughout...Trinidad. From great food to soca dance parties, Trinidad is a places of celebration and smiling people!
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10 Things NOT to Do in Trinidad and Tobago
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This twin island nation will absolutely reward your time. If you get the opportunity to travel to Trinidad and Tobago, go there. However, here are 10 things NOT to do.
1. Don’t Stay in Trinidad
Tobago has a tourist-friendly atmosphere and the best resorts. Trinidad has a bit more of a problem with crime; in fact, even the hotels recommend that you not hang out outdoors in after dark.
2. Don’t Try the Moruga Scorpion Pepper Without a Glass of Milk Handy
Trinidad has recently invented the world’s hottest pepper, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper, which clocks in at about 1.4 million SHU on the Scoville scale, the international measure of shale pepper heat. The Scorpion is hot. Beware.
3. Don’t Overlook the Diving Opportunities
The water around Trinidad and Tobago is typically very warm and clear. Also, the island nation is home to some of the world’s most unique coral deposits and more than 40 certified diving locations.
4. Don’t Be Rude While Dancing at Carnival
During this extremely omnivorous celebration, you’ll attract strangers to you like flies. Don’t be a jerk. If you’re approached by someone you’d rather not hang with, just tap their hand and they’ll leave.
5. Don't try the Weed
Here, people can often be seen toking up in public. You should know that weed is still illegal and tourists are more likely to attract police attention for breaking that particular law. You’ve been warned.
6. Don’t miss the Goat Racing
Since 1925, Tobago has been the world’s home to goat racing. During the unusual contest, a jockey runs alongside their goat, leading them onward with a leash … it’s strange, but kind of fun to check out.
7. Don’t Just Wander into the Rainforest
The jungles are everywhere, so it might be tempting to wander into them just to have a peek at what’s living in the recesses. But only go into the jungle if you’re accompanied by an actual naturalist who knows what they’re doing.
8. Don’t Skip the Island’s Musical Traditions
Trinidad and Tobago has a rich musical history. The island nation is the home of the steel pan drum, the only musical instrument invented in the 20th century. Calyspo also found its birthplace in Trinidad and Tobago.
9. Don’t Chug the Puncheon
That delicious liquor cocktail might taste like a wondrous concoction, but Trinidad and Tobago’s popular puncheon is about 75 percent alcohol. If you’re planning on drinking for a while, either take small sips and keep water handy, or pick something else.
10. Don’t Forget the Mud
You might not think to gravitate toward a place that’s described as a mud volcano, but Trinidad and Tobago is home to some of the most interesting spa experiences. Places like Piparo Mud Volcano attract mud-loving tourists who are searching for the substance’s purported healing properties.
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Sweet sweet T&T - such a hidden gem! If you're looking for a true authentic Caribbean island experience, add this country to your travel bucket list! The fact that it's untouched by tourism made it even better. Every beach we were on felt like our own private beach. Also, the difference between Tobago and Trinidad is really neat because you can have two different types of vacations in one. Tobago is more laid back and slow paced while Trinidad is a bigger city with lots of parties and people - however, don't get it twisted...Tobago knows how to party too!
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Trinidad & Tobago: The Best Beaches, Food & Views
Our recent trip to Trinidad & Tobago where we show you some of our favourite beaches and views.
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Top10 Recommended Hotels in Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
1. Half Moon Blue Hotel ***
2. Grafton Beach Resort ***
3. Blue Haven Hotel - Bacolet Bay - Tobago ****
4. Bacolet Beach Club ****
5. Being Villa ****
6. Le Grand Courlan Spa Resort ***
7. Ade's Domicil
8. Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort ****
9. Villas at Stonehaven ****
10. Tobago Hibiscus Golf Villas & Appartments ****
1. 73 Bacolet St, Tobago / West I Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
This boutique hotel overlooks Bacolet Bay and is located beneath the hill of Fort King George. Guests can enjoy an ocean view
and access to Half Moon Blue Hotel's private beach opposite the hotel.
2. Stonehaven Bay, Black Rock, Tobago / West I Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
This beachfront resort is located in Stonehaven Bay on Tobago’s hilly northwest coast. Surrounded in tropical gardens, it offers 2 squash courts, an outdoor pool with swim-up bar and a diving school.
3. Po.Box 8, Po.Box 8 Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Blue Haven Hotel - Bacolet Bay - Tobago is located on the seafront, 100 metres from Bacolet Bay Beach. It offers a restaurant, an outdoor pool and air-conditioned rooms with ocean views.
4. 73 Bacolet St, Tobago / West I Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Set on a private beach of Bacolet Bay, this boutique hotel features an infinity pool and rooms with views of the Caribbean Sea. Bacolet Beach Club is 15 minutes’ drive from Tobago Airport.
5. Arnos Vale, 00000 Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Being Villa is a self-catering accommodation located in Scarborough that offers free WiFi access, an outdoor swimming pool and a beautiful garden with an ocean view. The property offers free parking.
6. Stonehaven Bay, Tobago / West I Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
This delightful adult-only resort is located in scenic Stonehaven Bay. It offers an outdoor pool, a Spa with hot tub, massage and beauty treatments and tennis courts, 8 km from Scarborough.
7. 19 Old Lighthouse Road, Bacolet Point, Tobago, 00000 Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago
Located 1 km away from Minister Bay Beach in Scarborough, Ade’s Domicil features free private on-site parking and free Wi-Fi access throughout the property.
8. Tobago Plantations Estate , 00000 Lowlands, Trinidad and Tobago
Offering a private beach area, hot tub and 3 swimming pools with sun terrace, Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort is set on the shores of Little Rockly Bay and 10 minutes’ drive from Scarborough City.
9. Stonehaven Bay , 1079 Black Rock, Trinidad and Tobago
Villas at Stonehaven are only a 1-minute drive from the Stoneheaven Bay and all feature accommodations with ocean views, free Wi-Fi connection and a private pool. Public parking is available for free.
10. Kimme Drive, Mt. Irvine, Bethel, Trinidad and Tobago
Located in Bethel, Tobago Hibiscus Golf Villas & Appartments offers an outdoor pool. This self-catering accommodation
features free WiFi.
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Port of Spain, Trinidad. History, Economy, Tourism, Climate
Port of Spain is the capital city of Trinidad and Tobago and the country's second-largest city after San Fernando. Port of Spain is a great place to spend a couple of days and is the hub for the Trinidad's famous carnival. It has been the capital since 1757. The city serves primarily as a retail and administrative centre. It is also an important financial services centre for the Caribbean. Port of Spain is a leading city in the Caribbean region.
Port of Spain is located on the Gulf of Paria, on the northwest coast of the island of Trinidad. Port of Spain measures about 10.4 km2 in area.
The Port of Spain was founded near the site of the Amerindian fishing village of Cumucurapo, located in the area today known as Mucurapo, west of the city centre. Spanish settlers, who established a port here Puerto de España.
The city has a tropical wet and dry climate climate characterized by warm to hot temperatures year-round, with little seasonal variation. nighttime temperatures dip somewhat during the winter months from January to March. Temperatures typically range from 19 to 34 °C. The wet season lasts from June to November, and the dry season lasts from December to May.
Piarco International Airport is about 45 minutes from the center of Port of Spain. From Tobago there are 14 flights a day on Tobago Express, which is operated by Caribbean Airlines. The most common route of transportation around the island are the public use taxis, called maxi-taxis.
Port of Spain is a shopping and business centre for much of the country. Most government offices are also located in the city. local banks headquartered here have helped it become a financial centre for the Caribbean and Central America region. Trinidad's economy is based on natural gas and oil. The city is also home to the largest container port on the island and is one of several shipping hubs of the Caribbean.
The pre-lenten Carnival is the city's main annual cultural festival and tourist attraction. Port of Spain offers a range of nightclubs and entertainment complexes. A great variety of restaurants including Italian, Mexican, Lebanese, Thai, Venezuelan-Panyol, French, Japanese, Chinese, Creole, American and Indian can be found in Port of Spain. Port of Spain is also a cultural hub for the country. Regular dance and theatre productions occur.
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