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Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago Local Attractions

What to do in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad is a hot-bed of entertainment and rocking night spots. Home of the steel pan drums and calypso music, there is always a party going on somewhere. Known as the Caribbean Carnival capital, the two-day festivities before Ash Wednesday each year will blow your mind. Many of the villas on Trinidad and Tobago, as well as other rental accommodations, take part in the annual event that serves up food, music, and dancing in the streets. If your Trinidad and Tobago villa does, you're in for a real treat!

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AquaMarine Dive Ltd. (Tours/Excursions) - Trinidad and Tobago

 http://www.aquamarinedive.com

"Aqua Marine Dive" is the on site dive shop at Blue Waters Inn, Speyside. It includes a full service jetty on site. Aqua Marine offers a full PADI dive school which will train you from an Amateur up to Master Diver, and beyond. We have three fully equipped dive boats which will whisk you to the dive sites, some as close as 5 minutes from the dock while the furthest is no more than 20 minutes away. Speyside has a variety of dive sites from amateur beach dives, to advanced current dives. Highlights include one of the largest Brain Corals in the world, schools of large Tarpon, black tip sharks, and lots of spiny Caribbean lobster. If you are lucky, you may even see one of the elusive Mantas that made this area famous. Phone#868-660-2583, and ask to be transferred to the dive shop.

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Back Bay (Beach) - Trinidad and Tobago

It's a secluded beach--relatively untouched and found at the bottom of a cliffside trail. It's located on the western tip of the island, near Buccoo. Best to go with a group.

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Buccoo Sunday School (Nightlife) - Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

kyim_possible@hotmail.com

On a Sunday evening, you can go down to Buccoo and have yourself a time, there's music, food, art, lovely people and lovely food trust me you don t even spend much its great!!

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enjoying special beach tour ansd san and oil massages (Tours/Excursions) - Trinidad and Tobago

inshanrandolph@gmail.com
1 868 758 2775
enjoying special beach tour ansd san and oil massages

have a wonderful beach tour , with lite breakfsat , , exiciting bird watching and a mini tour of trinidad , ended up on a fantastic , not over populated beach , where i enjoyed some beer and , rum drinks , after , we went to my hotel for an erotic sand and oil massage , woow , belive it or not all that was compressed into a day , i slept like a princess after , that special day spent with this great person called randolph and i told him i would haved put up his info for other person comming to trinidad and tobago , so he can build his contact list , and pehaps share his love

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Glass Bottom Boat (Tours/Excursions) - Trinidad and Tobago

Take either a morning or afternoon Trip (up to 2 1/2 hours) first to see the beautiful reefs off of Goat Island and Little Tobago through a glass bottom boat. Then do a drift snorkel over one of the largest brain corals in the Caribbean. Many different types of beautiful fish can be seen along with a good chance of spotting turtles, lobster, eels, etc. After this it’s off to Little Tobago for a walk on the main hiking trail on the island. The island is nature reserve and is home to the many different types Marine birds especially during the winter months of December to April. David Attenborough made this island famous in one of his documentaries as it is a perfect venue to observe the habits of Tropic and Frigate Birds.

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Queens Park Savannah/Botanic Gardens (Parks/Gardens) - Trinidad and Tobago

The Queen's Park Savanah was donated to the city by a colonial governor in 1817. It is called the world's largest roundabout and the centre for carnival.

The Botanic Gardens carry a large collection of plants and plenty of birdlife.

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Rainforest Tours - Newton George (Tours/Excursions) - Trinidad and Tobago

Rainforest Tours are a must if you are here in Tobago to see the nature of the island. Tobago boasts the oldest rainforest reserve in the Western Hemisphere and was founded in the 17th century. In fact Trinidad and Tobago has more birds per square mile than any other place on the planet. Your first stop would be to the main trail of the reserve called Gilpin trace. Here you will see many of the main bird species of Tobago like the Colared Trogans, or Saber-wing humming birds. You may even be lucky enough to see the amazing dance of mating Blue Backed Manequins. It has to be seen to be believed. Depending on time and what you want to see you may also visit a near by marshland and see some more different birds and scenery. Call or email Newton George at 868-754-7881 or 868-660-5463

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Tobago Princess (Tours/Excursions) - Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

mgmt@tobagoseasports.com
868.639.4221
 www.cruisetobago.com
A great day out

Tobago Princess offers day cruises and sunset cruises, families, wedding parties, couples,adults

multi-hull iland cruiser. All trips inclusive, food and beverages-snorkeling-secluded beaches-complimentary hotel pick-up

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