Insider's Guide to Trinidad and Tobago

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Arima

Situated on the picturesque banks of the Arima River at the foothills of the Trinidad’s Northern Range, the town of Arima is the jumping off point for ...  Read more

Asa Wright Nature Centre

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

In the field of eco-tourism, the Asa Wright Nature Centre was well ahead of the curve, having been a sanctuary for wildlife since 1967. It is famous the ...  Read more

Buccoo Reef

4.5 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

The coral reefs of Tobago, so crucial to the island’s economy and the biodiversity of the region, are under threat. But sensitive tourism needn’t harm the ...  Read more

Caroni Bird Sanctuary

Every day, the scarlet ibis, Trinidad & Tobago’s national bird, flies to nearby Venezuela to feed and heads back to its island home in the late ...  Read more

Charlotteville

On the north end of the small island of Tobago, the town of Charlotteville is a picturesque fishing village deep within protected Man O War Bay. Devoid of ...  Read more

Emperor Valley Zoo

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

The Emperor Valley Zoo was opened in 1952, just five years after the founding of the Zoological Society of Trinidad and Tobago Inc. Named for the blue ...  Read more

Fort King George

Get a glimpse of Tobago’s colonial history at Fort King George. Built by the British during the 1770s, the fort sits high above the capital of Scarborough, ...  Read more

Grande Riviere

The village of Grande Riviere, on Trinidad’s north coast, once lived on fishing and cash crops. It is now an important eco-tourism hub, renowned as the best ...  Read more

House of Parliament (Red House)

During the Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897, Trinidad and Tobago decided to paint the government buildings of Port of Spain red in preparation of the ...  Read more

Maracas Bay

4 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Maracas Bay lies at the end of a scenic mountain drive from Port of Spain. As you descend to the coast you get glimpses of a perfect natural bay fringed ...  Read more

Mayaro Bay

At the far southeastern corner of Trinidad, Mayaro Bay is a large, sand-fringed bay where you can escape from the bustle of Port of Spain and enjoy the more ...  Read more

Nylon Pool

Leave the hotel swimming pool behind on a trip to Tobago’s Nylon Pool. This huge offshore sandbar is a picturesque shallow bank about a mile from Pigeon Point, ...  Read more

Port of Spain

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

Trinidad & Tobago’s capital Port of Spain enjoys a superb natural setting at the point where the mountains dip into the Gulf of Paria. One of the pleasures ...  Read more

Queen's Park Savannah

Queen's Park Savannah, or “the Savannah" as Trinidadians call it, is the largest green space in the capital city, Port-of-Spain. The 296-acre park is ...  Read more

Richmond Great House

Step back in time to Tobago’s colonial plantation era at the Richmond Great House, one of the oldest surviving plantation houses on the island. The original ...  Read more

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