All posts by Discover Trinidad & Tobago

A team of of writers discovering Trinidad & Tobago for 26 years and counting!

Tufted Coquette Hummingbird. Courtesy Theo Ferguson of Yerette

Exploring Trinidad’s natural history

Mountains covered with tropical rain forest; mangrove swamps and savannahs; rivers, waterfalls and jungle-green seashores — these are just part of Trinidad’s unique Caribbean/South American legacy. We may be separated by just a few miles of sea, but not long ago — a few seconds of geological time — we were part of the mainland. Learn about Trinidad’s natural history, with advice from a local hiker and tour guide about how best to go out and explore

Blue devils in Paramin. Photo by Chris Anderson

Paramin: a forgotten world

A unique rural community nestled far above the city

Tobago’s Economy: Investing in Diversification

Investors are being invited to set up plants ranging from furniture making to agro-processing at the Tobago Cove eco-industrial and business park

Relaxing atop a glass-bottom boat in the Nylon Pool. Photo by Tarique Eastman

Our top 20 Tobago sights to see

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

A scarlet macaw. Photo by Chris Anderson

Trinidad & Tobago — a birder’s paradise

Photographer and naturalist Roger Neckles of Avifauna Tours on Trinidad & Tobago birds and birdwatching

Countless ways to ease your spirit!. Photographer: Courtesy Bar Code

BarCode Tobago: an idea that worked

Tobagonian entrepeneur David Maharaj celebrates 10 years of BarCode

Poolside at the Magdalena Grand

Where to stay in Tobago

Tobago’s ever-increasing range of accommodation can meet any holiday plans or budget