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Port of Spain Waterfront. Photo: Horace Peters

Welcome to destination Trinidad & Tobago!

A welcome message from Howard Chin-Lee, Chairman of Tourism Trinidad Ltd So, you’ve made us your destination of choice and we couldn’t be happier!  Trinidad and Tobago — one country, two islands, each offering a unique and distinctive tourism experience As the energy and financial capital of the Caribbean, Trinidad has fast become a vibrant

Destination Tobago — unspoilt, untouched & undiscovered!

A welcome message from Councillor Nadine Stewart-Phillips Welcome to Destination Tobago — an island treasure with more than 101 amazing reasons to enjoy this ideal vacation escape. Voted among the top 50 islands in the world and the number one eco-destination at the 2019 Caribbean Travel Awards, no travel bucket list can be complete without

Tobago Tourism Agency shines at International Travel & Tourism Awards

Last night, the Tobago Tourism Agency Ltd’s hard work on their Tobago Beyond destination marketing campaign paid dividends. Their Revitalising Tobago Tourism by Gravity Global team won the Silver Award for Best National Tourism Board Campaign in the International Travel & Tourism Awards, presented by the World Travel Market in London. Here’s more on the

Invaders Steel Orchestra performs at Panorama. Photo by Edison Boodoosingh

UNESCO designates Port of Spain to join its Network of Creative Cities

On World Cities’ Day (31 October), UNESCO designated 66 urban settlements from around the world to join its Network of Creative Cities, which now number a total of 246 members. The Network brings together cities that base their development on creativity — whether in music, arts and folk crafts, design, cinema, literature, digital arts or

Newton George presents on birding in Tobago to festival attendees

Tobago promoted as premier birdwatching destination in Canada

The Tobago Tourism Agency Limited (TTAL) facilitated Tobago’s presence at the Huron Fringe Birding Festival in Canada from May 24 to 27, 2019 to promote the island as a premier birdwatching and eco-adventure destination in the Canadian travel market place. The festival took place at the MacGregor Point Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, attracting participants

Tobago shines at ITB Berlin 2019

Earlier this month (6–10 March, 2019), Destination Tobago attended ITB Berlin to engage the German travel trade in efforts to boost arrivals to the island. Tobago officials report that they made significant progress in achieving this goal by establishing key partnerships, pursuing new avenues for industry growth, and launching the Tobago Beyond brand at one

Hands covered with colourful abir powder at Phagwa (Holi). Photo by Nyla Singh

Phagwa or Holi

Each March in Trinidad & Tobago, the Hindu community recognises the beginning of the Indian spring and the Hindu New Year in a joyful explosion of colour, enjoyed by Hindus and non-Hindus alike

Photo by Sherridan Kirk, courtesy Aisha Sylvester

Aisha Sylvester — off the beaten path in Tobago | Q&A

Aisha Sylvester is a Tobago-based travel blogger and digital marketer. We talked to her about her favourite sites and experiences on the island — from sightseeing and hiking to food and beaches

Elon Trotman at JAOTG. Photo courtesy Jazz Artists on the Green (JAOTG)

Nigel Campbell on Trinidad’s music, nightlife, and entertainment | Q&A

Veteran journalist and music businessman Nigel Campbell shares his insights into Trinidad’s rich and varied music scene, providing a comprehensive overview of the island’s distinct musical landscape

Photo courtesy Lisa Faye

Laura Dowrich-Phillips on Trinidad’s arts, culture, and entertainment | Q&A

Veteran journalist Laura Dowrich-Phillips chatted with Discover T&T about all things culture and lifestyle — from her favourite Trinidad festivals, fetes, and hangouts, to authors, artists, designers, and culinary treats

A young member of the Laventille rhythm section plays during the Laventille steelband Festival. Photo by Maria Nunes

Maria Nunes on Trinidad’s festivals | Q&A

Celebrated photographer and cultural activist Maria Nunes chats with Discover T&T about Trinidad’s unique festivals and cultural heritage

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