Although the island of Trinidad doesn’t have to try very hard when it comes to tourism, since its economy is driven by oil, they’ve managed to become famous for hosting the most joyous party in the Caribbean – their annual Carnival celebration. This is similar to the Carnival celebration in Rio de Janiero and Mardis Gras in New Orleans, with one major difference—tourists can make prior arrangements to dress up in Carnival finery themselves and join revelers as they dance through the streets of the island’s capital, Port-of-Spain. For the right client, it’s an unforgettable experience. Trinidad is also famous for its hard-driving soca, the musical motor that powers Carnival. Foodies will want to delve deep into the cuisine of the island, which serves up the signature dish of the island—bake and shark—as well as an island menu combining Creole and Indian cooking.
Tobago is the sister island of Trinidad—the quiet sister. The main draws are beaches, birding, and scuba diving. While there are flights between the two islands, an enjoyable alternative is to take the inter-island high speed catamaran. Taken together, Trinidad and Tobago are the perfect yin and yang vacation choice, with Trinidad heating things up and Tobago cooling things down.
Trinidad & Tobago
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