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Touring Trinidad: Chaguaramas & the Northwest Peninsula

Touring Trinidad: Chaguaramas & the Northwest Peninsula

Hiking, watersports, beaches, offshore islands, museums, nightclubs, caves, all in the protected Charguaramas national park, plus Fort George and Diego Martin highlights.

Trinidad’s Arts & Culture: An Overview

Trinidad’s Arts & Culture: An Overview

A meeting point for cultural traditions preserved by migrants from around the world, Trinidad is constantly abuzz with artistic and cultural activity

Spa and Self-Care Time in 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.

Trinidad’s Land & Water Sports

Trinidad’s Land & Water Sports

Trinidad has a healthy appetite for sport. National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) govern various sports and manage the development of athletes. As a result, the country has been well represented on the international stage in track and field, football, cricket, hockey, boxing, martial arts, swimming, motor sports and shooting. The sports calendar is packed, with tournaments and meets throughout the year. While sports tourism is not yet fully developed, many events do include foreign competitors.

Touring Trinidad: Heading North

Touring Trinidad: Heading North

North Trinidad is dominated by the mountains of the Northern Range and the popular beaches at their bases. Here we go exploring the North Coast & Northern Range: Maraval—North Coast Road—Maracas Bay—Blanchisseuse—Brasso Seco—Arima—Port of Spain (about four hours’ driving)

Trinidad’s Best Beaches

Trinidad’s Best Beaches

Trinidad is unlikely to come up among “top 10 Caribbean beaches” listings – though magnificent Grande Rivière was recently tipped by British Airway’s High Life magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful in the world – but that doesn’t mean there aren’t countless beaches and activities to fill a day or weekend on a Trini beach. The four coasts are distinct, owing to the three different bodies of water which meet the coastlines. Here are some of the best and most popular choices for beach excursions in Trinidad.

Trinidad: A Flow of Festivals

Trinidad: A Flow of Festivals

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

The Making of a Steel Pan

The Making of a Steel Pan

The steel pan (it’s really a bit of a faux pas to call it a steel drum!) is one of Trinidad’s proudest exports. It distinguishes itself by being the only acoustic, non-electric instrument invented in the 20th century, and one incubated right in and around Port of Spain during the second world war.

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.

Searching for Stokely Carmichael

Searching for Stokely Carmichael

Jeremy Taylor on Ready for Revolution, by Stokely Carmichael with Ekwueme Michael Thelwell

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