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Trinidad Food & Dining Guide 2016

Trinidad Food & Dining Guide 2016

Dining in Trinidad You could, quite seriously, come to Trinidad just to eat. Trinidadians love food — eating it, cooking it, and sharing it. Of course it’s way more fun to enjoy everything the island has to offer, but punctuate the excursions with culinary experiences ranging from finger-lickin’ street food to exquisite, award-winning fine dining […]

Tobago for kids

Tobago for kids

Holidaying with children is an oxymoron for many. Many parents find themselves more exhausted after the vacation than before. Not in Tobago. This island was made for children. It’s a like going on safari, to the Natural History Museum and SeaWorld all in one. Villa living If you’ve got two or three families vacationing together, […]

Eight things to experience in Tobago

Eight things to experience in Tobago

Here are eight of our favourite Tobago experiences The Northside: a ride on the wild side The road less travelled along the Caribbean coast is a wonderland of serenity, stunning natural beauty, and old-time living. From the moment you turn on to the Northside Road, you feel the difference. The world is suddenly greener. Quieter. […]

Watching Out For Trinidad & Tobago’s Turtles

Watching Out For Trinidad & Tobago’s Turtles

A giant among us – the endangered leatherback Leatherbacks are the largest surviving turtle species on earth. Some can reach up to seven feet long and weigh more than 2,000 pounds. These reptiles can dive to depths of 4,200 feet — deeper than any other turtle — and can stay down for up to 85 […]

Tobago Sightseeing & Day Trips

Tobago Sightseeing & Day Trips

Not all roads lead to the beach in Tobago, just the main one: travel south along Claude Noel Highway and it will become Milford Road, at the end of which is the sea. Easy Day Trip Fort King George Start out in Scarborough, at Fort King George. An important site for the strategic defence of […]

Our Top Three Tobago Beaches

Our Top Three Tobago Beaches

Tobago: Something Special in the Water There is more to Tobago than beaches, but it can be difficult to summon the will to make that discovery, such is the attraction of the island’s sea and sand. The cluster of hotels and resorts around Tobago’s southern tip reflect the lure of calm, clear water and the […]

Our Top Four Tobago Beach Experiences

Our Top Four Tobago Beach Experiences

Walk on Water: Four of our Favourite Tobago Beach Experiences Pigeon Point: the most photographed jetty in the world Thousands of people have stood on the jetty at Pigeon Point, gazing into the turquoise waters beneath their feet. At sunset, locals come with bamboo rods and fish for their dinner from the jetty. The view […]

Trinidad & Tobago Celebrations & Festivals

Trinidad & Tobago Celebrations & Festivals

Few things speak more eloquently to Trinidad and Tobago’s reputation as a place where people like to party, and as a multi-cultural melange, than the quantity and variety of festivals on the national calendar. (For an even greater number than listed here, visit our Calendar & Events page). Antigua says it has 365 beaches: one […]

Lasana Liburd on Trinidad & Tobago Sport

Lasana Liburd on Trinidad & Tobago Sport

An Interview with Lasana Liburd of Wired868 Closing in on 20 years as a writer, Lasana Liburd was a sport and features writer for the Trinidad Express. His work has also appeared in World Soccer, Play The Game, and the UK Guardian. He is now the managing director of Wired868.com, a website that blends sport […]

Make a Callaloo

Make a Callaloo

Ria’s Trinidad & Tobago Callaloo Recipe NB: For all the following callaloo-making instructions, see corresponding photos under “Article Gallery” in our right sidebar Assemble ingredients Wash and chop callaloo bush (if using); ochroes; pumpkin; scallions and onions; slice carrots; mince garlic. Chop the thyme finely or place entire bunch whole in the pot (remove the […]

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