Trinidad and Tobago possesses a unique array of architectural gems that stems from our rich cultural and religious heritage. Tour a range of structures from churches, mosques, mandirs to military and public buildings to residential buildings of various influences.
Throughout Trinidad and Tobago, there are numerous religious sites of a variety of faiths reflecting the diversity of the backgrounds of the persons who have made these Caribbean islands their home.
There are key festivals which are a must-see for any visitor. Depending on the time of your visit, there are events such as Best Village or the Tobago Heritage Festival, which both take place around July and August. The Dragon Boat Festival is one of the youngest and energetic activities on the Trinidad Calendar and […]
The largest street parade in the world usually happens in February or early March of each year. Weeks of cultural showcases, soca fetes and steel pan competitions culminate into two days of revelry, colour, creativity and beauty on the major streets of Trinidad and Tobago.
Tobago’s turbulent military past has resulted in a disproportionately high number of historical military fortifications for its size. Along with Trinidad’s Fort George, visiting these attractions provides rewarding scenic country tour.
Both islands may be small in size but believe us, there are lots of beach destinations to keep you occupied. From white sand beaches with turquoise waters to popular family spots to secluded beaches getaways, Trinidad and Tobago has beach destinations to keep you tanned and relaxed.
With one of the oldest Botanic Gardens in the world together with a variety of well manicured parks and public squares, a visit to one of Trinidad and Tobago’s many parks and gardens should be on any vacation itinerary.
Great scenic destinations that are wonders of nature await you in Trinidad and Tobago including a pool in the middle of the sea and the world’s largest asphalt lake.
We Trinbagonians are serious about our nightlife. We like to lime and we do so frequently and unabashedly – be it at a quaint hole-in-the-wall, the busiest club, pool halls happy hour at one of our many restaurants or wine bars…we lov tuh partie! Not forgetting The Shade Night Club and Sunday School over in Tobago. The […]
If you’re in need of a little retail therapy, you’re in luck. There are many malls and shopping districts in both Trinidad and Tobago that could keep you occupied for hours. Trust us when we say there won’t be any buyers’ remorse as most items are reasonably-priced. Most established stores accept major credit cards or […]
With more than 430 bird species, from the beautiful Mot Mot to the spectacular Scarlet Ibis found in tropical savannahs, rain forests, woodlands and mangrove swamps, Trinidad and Tobago is truly a birder’s paradise.
Go caving on beaches, or high up on scenic mountain tops or in the depths of tiny islands.
Literally come face to face with prehistoric creatures from the deep. Trinidad and Tobago have become one of the world’s most important turtle nesting grounds especially for the Leatherback turtle.
With over 30 waterfalls to visit in Trinidad and Tobago, its no wonder that this exciting Caribbean destination won the 2015 UK Telegraph Caribbean Travel Award for Best Destination for Nature Holidays. From multi-tiered drops, to hillside cascades, to falls with deep plunge pools for swimming, Trinidad and Tobago has the waterfall adventure for you.
Wetlands found in Trinidad and Tobago are among the most ecologically diverse in the English Speaking Caribbean. A tour of these wetlands affords you the opportunity to encounter numerous species, including the Scarlet Ibis and more than 150 other bird species such as the endangered Blue & Gold macaw; mammals including the endangered West Indian […]