WHY TO VISIT TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
You will enjoy Trinidad, the largest and most populated, for its lively city life and its beautiful bushy nature, and Tobago, smaller but more coveted by tourists, thanks to its beaches and superb seabed.
On Trinidad, visit Port of Spain, if possible during the carnival and its festivities, during which you can attend various dances and celebrations, to the rhythm of traditional local music, soca, steel bands and calypso: this carnival is part Of the most colorful in the world.
Many beaches, especially on the north coast, deserve your visit, with their fine sand and transparent waters.
The Queen's Park Savannah is located to the north of the capital and is home to amazing trees and shrubs, including the flamboyant, also known as African tulip trees.
Admire the scarlet ibis in the ornithological reserve of Caroni.
On Tobago, calmer, you will appreciate the long sandy beaches bathed in calm water.
Diving enthusiasts will not miss Speyside, but there are plenty of other places to explore: coral reefs, electric rays, giant barracudas, leatherback turtles, Manta rays, tiger sharks .
Charlotteville is a pretty fishing village, between turquoise water and green hills, where there are a few small restaurants where you can enjoy a pleasant stopover.
The Tobago Forest Reserve offers beautiful areas where hikers can delight.
WHAT TO SEE IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
WHEN TO GO TO TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
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The climate is tropical with temperatures between 27 and 32 ° C for the warmest, and around 22 ° C for the lower ones, with trade winds that help to support the heaviest heats. We can distinguish a drier season between January and April, and another wet but also hot from June to September, bringing brief but intense showers. It is more pleasant to visit the islands during the dry season.
Following a list of typical festival and celebrations of Trinidad and Tobago.
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HOW TO REACH AND TRAVEL THROUGH TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Public transportation (bus) is inexpensive, and there are affordable public taxis. You can also rent a car for about 50 € per day. There is also an air bridge between the two islands, as well as a ferry service which makes the crossing in 2H30.
by plane, main airports are:
GENERAL INFORMATION ON TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
country entry requirements: If you stay less than three months, a visa is not necessary, a passport valid for another 6 months is sufficient.
health tips & vaccination: do not drink tap water. AIDS is very present on both islands.
local currency: Trinidad and Tobago dollar
local time zone: GMT-4
mobile phone operators:
WHAT TO DO IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
typical food in Trinidad and Tobago
souvenirs from Trinidad and Tobago