All posts by Discover Trinidad & Tobago

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

Balandra Bay, Trinidad. Photo by Caristock.com

Touring Trinidad: heading northeast

Exploring the east-west corridor, east & northeast coasts: Port of Spain —Northern Range valleys (two hours)—Toco (two hours)—Matelot (three hours)—Manzanilla/Mayaro (two hours)—Guayaguayare (three hours) Although the East-West corridor, stretching from Port of Spain to Sangre Grande, is Trinidad’s most densely-populated area, it’s quick and easy to leave the heat and suburban sprawl behind to enjoy

Machel Montano performs at CIC Fete. Photo by Jermaine Cruickshank, courtesy Machel Montano

The Trinidad Carnival season

The ritual of Trinidad Carnival involves more than buying a costume and jumping in the streets for two days. Let us initiate you into the customs of Carnival. It’s a season — a lifestyle!

Queen's Hall, St. Ann's, Trinidad

Touring Trinidad: the Port of Spain Suburbs

Port of Spain’s residential communities fan out to the valleys and hills around the western Northern Range: Belmont & Laventille, Woodbrook, Newtown & St. James, St. Clair, Maraval, St. Ann’s & Cascade