What to see in Trinidad And Tobago

Trinidad And Tobago Attractions

Attractions in Trinidad and Tobago are as abundant and rich as its oil reserves and, excluding Port of Spain's Carnival party, much more pristine. Many choose to get lost in the decadence of Carnival or Port of Spain's nightlife, while others lose themselves among the island's natural wonders. These include the Gasparee and Aripo cave systems, full of stalagmites and stalactites; and the Hollis Reservoir and Caroni Bird Sanctuaries, which are treasure troves for bird watchers.

A ferry connection to the relaxed little brother island Tobago opens up a host of beach and water attractions. Jungle backdrop, a sliver of white sand, and turquoise water paint pictures of Englishman's Bay, Mount Irvine and Pigeon Point although similar Eden like beaches dot the coastline.

Between rainy and dry seasons, October to December and April to June, are the best times for a holiday Trinidad and Tobago for avoiding crowds and too much rain.


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