Trinidad Tobago is the most southerly of the Caribbean islands and located just off the north coast of Venezuela. The island of Tobago is known for its flora and fauna as well as its Carnival , being the birthplace of steelpan and Limbo.
Tobago is the smaller of the islands offering a choice of accommodation, sandy beaches, tow golf courses and it’s tropical rainforest. If you love driving then this is the island for you or even just snorkelling as the crystal clear waters display a host of colourful fish and coral.
Trinidad and Tobago are the wealthies of the Caribbean islands but also known for being one of the most unsafe. It has a high rate of petty crime but also of murder on the islands. Trinidad, in particular, is less tourist inclined than Tobago
When to go to Trinidad Tobago
There are just two seasons for Trinidad and Tobago, dry season which is the first 5 months of the year and rainy season for the remaining 7 months. With highs of 39 and lows of 12 and no record of hurricanes, it makes a good destination for warm Caribbean sunshine.
How to get to Trinidad Tobago
With direct flights from London Trinidad and Tobago is easily accessible from the UK, add to this the Caribbean airlines linking the islands to other Caribbean destinations, making it the perfect choice for twin-center holiday options. Twin with Antigua, Barbados, Jamaica, St. Maarten and Curacao.
Things to do in Tobago
There are a choice of things to do and see in Tobago from the world-famous Carnival, Pigeon Point Bay a palm tree sandy bay. Englishman’s cove another stunning beauty spot and Two championship golf courses. A visit to Argyle falls or go under the water in search of the turtles, shipwrecks, sea horses, and giant eels.
The capital of the islands is the Port of Spain. Capital on Tobago is Scarborough. Currency is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar.