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

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

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!

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