Twenty-six years of discovering T&T
This year, we at Discover mark 26 years (and 28 editions) of writing about the islands we love. As you discover these islands, we’re sure you’ll understand why. For the second issue in a row, we have two vibrant covers — flip it one way, you’re in Trinidad! Flip again, and you’re in Tobago!
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Come and discover Trinidad!
Trinidad is anything but a Caribbean cliché. This is a cultural, festival, and sporting centre; bliss for naturalists and eco adventurers; a foodie haven; and a hub for regional industry and commerce (including shopping). However you choose to spend your time in Trinidad, we’ll help you make the most of it.
Come and discover Tobago!
Pristine beaches, delicious and distinctive cuisine, colourful festivals, rejuvenating eco escapes and adventures — including world-class diving … Whether you’re here for a long, leisurely break, or a quick stop on your cruise itinerary, we’ll help you make the most of your time. Happy exploring!
The Discover Trinidad & Tobago Team (2016-17)
- Editor: Caroline Taylor
- Consulting editor: Jeremy Taylor
- Editorial & design assistant: Shelly-Ann Inniss
- Designer: Bridget van Dongen
- Consulting designer: Kevon Webster
- Business development: Denise Chin, Yuri Chin Choy, Helen Shair-Singh
- Production: Joanne Mendes, Jacqueline Smith
- General manager: Halcyon Salazar
- Trinidad cover: The stunning Blue Grotto in the Gasparee Caves. NB: No swimming is permitted without the permission of the Chaguaramas Development Authority. Photo by Wendell Stephen Jay Reyes
- Tobago cover: A baby leatherback turtle makes its way to the sea. Photo by Giancarlo Lalsingh
- ISSN: 1680-6166.