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Paramin: a Forgotten World

Paramin: a Forgotten World

For most of the year, visitors will find almost nothing to do in Paramin, save study their agricultural techniques. On three days, however, Paramin is comes to life. The second Sunday in November is the Harvest; on the Monday before Christmas, Paramin hosts its famous parang festival; and on Carnival Monday, Paramin becomes the realm of the blue devils.

The Native Spirit: Original Caribbean Art to Wear

The Native Spirit: Original Caribbean Art to Wear

Discover talks to Tracy Kaufmann, the co-founder of Native Spirit (produced by B&Tees Ltd), to learn how this brand has become such a hit for both locals and visitors for over 25 years.

Top 10 Things to Do & See in Trinidad

Top 10 Things to Do & See in Trinidad

Our top 10 picks of what to do and see in Trinidad

Touring Trinidad: Heading Northeast

Touring Trinidad: Heading Northeast

Rugged Atlantic coast, surf, long beaches, coconut forest, peace: it’s easy to see why eastern Trinidad is a favourite

Trinidad & Tobago Sightseeing Tours

Trinidad & Tobago Sightseeing Tours

Discover talks to T&T Sightseeing Tours’ visionary founder Charles Carvalho. They offer easy sightseeing tours, city tours, Tobago day tours, historical tours, golf trips, and nature tours including mild to strenuous hikes, boat tours, diving trips, and turtle-watching and birding, and arrange hotel reservations, car rentals, aircraft charter, conferencing, and cultural itineraries.

Trinidad: A Land of Biodiversity

Trinidad: A Land of Biodiversity

Andean origins give the island of just 1,700 square miles awesome biodiversity. With hundreds of bird and butterfly species, countless hiking and biking paths up mountain trails leading to caves and secluded waterfalls with cooling plunge pools, Trinidad is an eco-lover’s paradise. The island offers natural wonders to explore and experience that are unparalleled anywhere else in the Caribbean.

Touring Trinidad: the East Coast

Touring Trinidad: the East Coast

Manzanilla and Mayaro: one long, palm-fringed beach runs into the other to shape Trinidad’s dramatic east coast. Developed as coconut estates, the plantations have given this sea-coast its distinctive character.

Trinidad & Tobago – a Birder’s Paradise

Trinidad & Tobago – a Birder’s Paradise

Naturalist Roger Neckles describes his experience birdwatching in Trinidad and Tobago: “Trinidad, lying just seven miles off the Venezuela coast at the nearest point, is 55 miles by 40; Tobago, lying 26 miles north-east of its larger sister, is 26 miles by seven and a half. In both islands there is a wide diversity of terrain, from rich virgin rain forest to mangroves, swamps, savannah and coastline. We are well within the top 10 countries in the world in terms of the number of species per square mile.”

Behind Trinidad’s Music

Behind Trinidad’s Music

Our multicultural heritage gives our music an intriguing eclecticism, and a range of rhythms and styles that’s guaranteed to please

Touring Trinidad: Central & the West Coast

Touring Trinidad: Central & the West Coast

The landscape of central Trinidad is marked by industrial estates alongside rivers, rolling plains, swamps, and farmland. Explore: the Caroni Bird Sanctuary—Chaguanas—La Vega Estate—Ajoupa Pottery—Pointe-à-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust—San Fernando —Princes Town—Navet Dam; Carapichaima—Waterloo—Point Lisas

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