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Trinidad and Tobago Guide

Know Before You Go...®

With their blend of tropical scenery, fun festivals, activities, and unique Caribbean culture, the islands of Trinidad and Tobago make perfect vacation destinations.  Renting a villa here gives travelers an up-close look at these fun-loving islands, along with the opportunity to snorkel, dive, explore, and soak up the Caribbean lifestyle.  If Trinidad and Tobago have made the cut as your vacation choice, then read up on these gems here.

 

Why Trinidad and Tobago?

  • Trinidad and Tobago is the home to the largest brain coral in the world.
  • It is the birthplace of the steel pan, a musical instrument made from 55-gallon oil drums.
  • The Pitch Lake, located in southwestern Trinidad, is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world.
  • Trinidad and Tobago is a major producer of oil and natural gas.
  • The country is home to over 400 species of birds.

Trinidad and Tobago Weather/Climate

Average Temperatures

January
86° F
73° F
February
86° F
74° F
March
87° F
74° F
April
88° F
76° F
May
88° F
77° F
June
87° F
76° F
July
87° F
76° F
August
88° F
76° F
September
88° F
76° F
October
88° F
76° F
November
85° F
75° F
December
84° F
74° F

Average Rainfall

January
1.15
February
0.83
March
0.65
April
0.75
May
1.49
June
2.82
July
3
August
2.98
September
2.34
October
2.78
November
3.68
December
1.86

Transportation on Trinidad and Tobago

Getting to Trinidad and Tobago and getting around. Our transportation tips will help make your trip smoother. More good sand advice.

Entry Documents

Passport and return or on-going ticket required. A visa is required for a stay over two months.

Airport

Piarco International Airport.

Departure Tax

US$16

Driving

On the left - a foreign or international driver’s license is required for car rentals.

Local Transportation

Local transportation between the islands by air is via Caribbean Airlines. The round-trip 25-minute flight cost around $50 USD, or $25 one-way. A current schedule can be