Filming A Story About Wendy 2. Photo: Anthony Keung Fatt

Trinidad & Tobago: the Perfect Film Location

The T&T Film Company invites film producers to take advantage of what the islands have to offer

An aerial plan of the new Port of Spain waterfront. Photographer: Courtesy T&T Business Guide

The Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide

The Trinidad & Tobago Business Guide (TTBG) puts all the necessary information about doing business in Trinidad and Tobago into the most comprehensive and unbiased business guide on the islands. It covers all the major sectors of the economy: its history, challenges, development and growth, and future forecasts. It also supplies vital information on currency, business etiquette, political structure, transparency, available technology, and more.

A moko jumbie dances overhead in Trinidad Carnival. Photo: Maria Nunes

Trinidad: A Flow of Festivals

This festival island constantly celebrates life, creativity, and diversity – Archbishop Desmond Tutu called T&T a “rainbow nation”

Spa Essencia at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Spa and Self-Care Time in Trinidad

In the last ten years, a spa culture has developed from the beauty industry, its many treatments offering some respite from daily stresses – or forming part of a relaxing vacation. Some are located in hotels, catering both to guests and the general population, while others are independently owned.

Arnos Vale Waterwheel. Photographer: Caroline Neisha Taylor

Our Top 20 Tobago Sights to See

Though tiny, Tobago’s rich in historical landmarks and stunning natural attractions. Here are our 20 favourites.

Veni Mangé. Photographer: Courtesy Veni Mangé

Interview: Behind the Scenes at Veni Mangé

Veni Mangé is a creole restaurant in Woodbrook founded by sisters Roses Hezekiah and the late Allyson Hennessy (a Cordon Bleu chef). In a 2009 interview with Discover, they shared their thoughts on Trinidad cuisine and their favourite dishes.

Fort George, Trinidad. Photo: William Barrow

Island Sights

For a single island, Trinidad is incredibly diverse, her human and physical landscapes varying vastly from coast to coast. Starting early and limiting your stops, you could see the entire island in a day if you really wanted to, either on your own, or with guides. Here are our 20 favourite sights.

Happy newlyweds. Photo Yaisa Tangwell via the Villas at Stonehaven Tobago

A Tobago Wedding

Your guide to planning the perfect wedding in Tobago – whether on the beach, or in a church!

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