Muslim devotees at Hosay in Cedros prepare to push a tadjah out to sea after dusk. It is then moored overnight and dismantled on land the next morning. Photo by Giancarlo Lalsingh

Trinidad’s most cherished festivals | Roundtable

In addition to helping our readers find the perfect Carnival itinerary, we talked to our roundtable — Nigel Campbell, Maria Nunes, Penelope Spencer, Franka Philip, Ardene Sirjoo, and Laura Dowrich-Phillips — to learn which of Trinidad’s festivals they recommend everyone experience NIGEL: Islamophobia is a new wave in Western countries, but in Trinidad, the Muslim

The Nariva river meets the Atlantic Ocean near Manzanilla. Photo by Jason Audain

Courtenay Rooks on Trinidad’s eco adventures | Q&A

Discover T&T talked to Courtenay Rooks — a tour operator, naturalist, and conservationist with decades of experience — about what makes Trinidad such a compelling destination for eco lovers and those looking for unique, immersive vacations

Photo courtesy Duane Kenny

Duane Kenny — ocean adventurer | Q&A

Discover T&T talked to Duane Kenny — tour operator and life-long lover of the ocean, surfing, diving, guitar, adventure and most of all living in Tobago — about his favourite outdoor adventures in Tobago, by land and by sea

Photo courtesy Candy Coated Events

Tobago’s best dining & liming spots | Roundtable

Discover T&T talked to our roundtable — Aisha Sylvester, Duane Kenny, Jared Prima, Laura Dowrich-Phillips, Ardene Sirjoo, and Franka Philip — about their favourite spots to lime and dine in Tobago

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Derek Chung talks diving in Tobago

Derek Chung has over 30 years of diving expertise. Owner of Undersea Tobago and a former president of the Association of Tobago Dive Operators (ATDO), we talked to him for both our 2008 and 2019 editions for tips and insights into Tobago’s diving scene

The Heritage Festival's Ole Time Wedding procession in Moriah. Photo courtesy THA

Jared Prima on Tobago’s culture & festivals | Q&A

Jared Prima is a Tobagonian actor, director, writer, and singer. We talked to him about Tobago’s culture, food, festivals, and entertainment.

Photo courtesy Crewsinn Hotel & Yachting Centre

Where to stay in Trinidad: our 2019 accommodation guide

Whether you’ll feel most comfortable at international hotel chains or at home-grown brands — or if prefer homey B&Bs, rustic eco escapes and more, we’ve got you covered. Here are our picks for where to stay in Trinidad for 2019, no matter what your needs or budget!

Where to stay in Tobago for 2019

Whether you crave a stay at a glamorous resort, charming boutique hotel, rustic eco retreat, or welcoming B&B, we’ve got you covered from coast to coast and catering to every budget. Here are our picks for where to stay in Tobago for 2019

Divali in Felicity, Trinidad. Photo: Ariann Thompson

Divali: the festival of lights

Divali if one of the most beautiful, unifying, and anticipated holidays of the year, celebrated by Hindu faithful and the nation as a whole

Paddling the Ortoire River — kayakers look forward to the Maritime Ortoire River Race held in October every year. Photo courtesy the Trinidad Kayak Club

The Maritime Ortoire River Race

Paddlers delight Kayakers head to the southeast coast of Trinidad on Saturday 20 October to paddle in the ninth annual Maritime Ortoire River Race. Paddlers have been training in Chaguaramas over the past weeks, and there will be hot competition among paddlers to improve their standings. When & where The races start at 9am from

Fireworks. Photo by Kazim Daniel

Independence Day

Trinidad & Tobago Independence Day in a nutshell Independence Day — a public holiday — marks the occasion on 31 August, 1962 when Trinidad & Tobago’s became independent from Great Britain. The day is formally celebrated by a parades of the various protective services at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain and in Scarborough,

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