Tobago’s capital: Scarborough
Scarborough, fought over throughout its history by the Dutch, French and English, is now a thriving, bustling little town. It is by no means a tourist-trap full of souvenir shops, but rather the service centre of Tobago, with typically Caribbean shops and much that is of historical interest. Tobago’s capital hugs the shore of Rockly …
Sandra Gopaul talks Tobago Carnival
Sandra Gopaul, secretary of the Tobago Carnival Bandleaders Association (TCBA), gives us the scoop
Chaguaramas & the northwest peninsula | Touring Trinidad
Hiking, watersports, beaches, offshore islands, museums, nightclubs, caves, all in the protected Chaguaramas national park. Plus: Fort George and Diego Martin highlights
Touring Trinidad: Port of Spain
Port of Spain is a booming, buzzing metropolis, expanding within its boundaries with new business developments stimulated by inward investment. The capital of Trinidad and Tobago, it sprawls from the Gulf of Paria back into the foothills of the rugged Northern Range. When it became the capital in 1757, it was a muddy little seaport. Now, it is one of the busiest commercial centres in the Caribbean, and a hotbed of entrepreneurial and artistic activity as well.
Touring Tobago: the Atlantic coast
Explore Tobago‘s rugged windward coast, from Scarborough to Speyside
John Arnold on Tobago’s arts, culture & festivals
John Arnold of the THA’s Department of Tourism spoke to Discover Trinidad & Tobago, and invites visitors to discover the cultural diversity of Tobago
The Queen’s Park Savannah | Touring Trinidad
A mile or so north of Woodford Square, between the downtown area and the hills of the Northern Range, the Queen’s Park Savannah is the city’s largest green space, enjoyed by everyone from joggers and cricketers and Easter kite-flyers to vendors of oysters, corn and coconuts.
Touring Tobago: Crown Point & the southwest
Explore Tobago‘s southwestern tip — the tourist hub around Crown Point — and the island’s capital, Scarborough