Wedding during Heritage Festival, Trinidad & Tobago

Wedding during Heritage Festival, Trinidad; (c) Soul Of America

Trinidad & Tobago

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Trinidad is a fine Caribbean island to sample cultural events by locals, while staying at or away from a resort. You can also slip away to Tobago for eco-travel and great beaches.

This multicultural melting pot stirred by the descendants of settlers from Europe, Africa, Asia, South America and the Middle East. But in July 1498, when Christopher Columbus set foot on Trinidad, its future would be unalterably different … More

Hanuman Murti is a “Must-see” religious site towering 85-feet in height, the red and pink-colored statue of the Hindu deity, epitome of wisdom, righteousness and strength, is said to be the largest … More

Maracas Beach, the most popular beach in the North Coast, features off-white sand dispersed over its length of 5500 feet. It also has waves with an average height of … More

Warm water rich in nutrients provide a haven for a wide range of marine life for divers to catch a glimpse of barracudas, dolphins, whale sharks, turtles, porpoises, even the occasional manta ray … More

Trinidad Heritage Festival is aptly described as the cultural showpiece of the Caribbean. For two weeks beginning mid-July each year, it comes alive with a profusion of … More

Trinidad has a number fascinating cave systems. Aripo Caves in the Northern Mountain Range contains the largest accessible cave system in the Caribbean Islands and it is home to nocturnal birds. In Central Trinidad … More

Travel Tips
The major holidays are New Year’s Day, Spiritual Baptists Shouter Liberation Day, Good Friday, Easter, Easter Monday, Indian Arrival Day), Corpus Christi, Labour Day, Emancipation Day, Independence Day, Eid-ul-Fitr … More


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