Getting Here

Getting Here

Located a seven miles off Venezuela’s north eastern coast, Trinidad and Tobago are the most southern islands in the Caribbean.  The islands are a 3 hour and 19 minute flight from Miami and  4 hours and 30 min from New York.

Major International gateways

The major international gateways that serve Trinidad and Tobago are:

  • Miami
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • New York
  • Toronto
  • London


The following airlines have regular flights to Trinidad and Tobago:

Flights into Trinidad

Flights into Tobago


Trinidad and Tobago each have one major commercial airport:

  • Trinidad: Piarco International Airport (27 km/17 miles from capital, Port of Spain)
  • Tobago: ANR Robinson International Airport (10 km/7 miles from capital, Scarborough)

Transport from the airports

Authorised taxis are available at the airport and are unmetered, enquire about fares before entering vehicles. A fare list should be available and displayed at the hub. Authorised taxies have license plates that begin with the letter “H”, meaning for Hire.

What is needed for travel

  • A valid passport
  • Documentation for return or onward travel and a local address
  • Ensure you are aware of visa requirements

Arriving by Sea

  • Clearance certificate from the last port of call along with the vessel’s registration certificate must be presented
  • Arrivals must check in with the Customs & Immigration at CrewsInn, Chaguarmas Trinidad and Customs & Immigration in Scarborough or Charloteville Tobago
  • Yachts converge in Chaguaramas, which houses the Yacht Association, maintenance and repair yards, marinas and other essential servies.
  • There’s no official anchorage in Tobago but Mt Irvine Bay, Grafton Beach, Store Bay and Englishman’s Bay are popular spots.

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