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Where to eat in Trinidad and Tobago?

What makes living in Trinidad so ‘sweet’? FOOD . . . FOOD AND MORE FOOD, among many other things of course! It’s true, Trinis love to cook food, eat food and sharing? That’s not a problem! So if you’re travelling to Trinidad and Tobago don’t rob yourself of this gastronomical experience of a lifetime. But […]

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THINGS TO DO IN TRINIDAD – ASA WRIGHT NATURE CENTRE

If you love wildlife, you’ll love this place! As a matter of fact, anyone who enjoys being outdoors should visit this Nature Centre. The rich wildlife is obvious miles before reaching Asa Wright.  As you drive up the Arima Valley there are Parrots calling out as they fly over head, birds of every imaginable colour, Iguanas […]

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How to get to Maracas Beach

“We want to go to Maracas . . .  how do we get there?” “Can I take public transport to Maracas Bay?” “Can I hire a Taxi?””Are there buses that go to Maracas Beach?” “¿Cómo llegar a la playa de Maracas, Trinidad?” “Comment se rendre à Maracas Beach, Trinidad?” “Wie man auf Maracas Beach, Trinidad […]

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Calle Charlotte

There’s only one place you’ll find open any day, any time . . . where you can purchase anything from fruits to shoes to kitchen appliances to dog chow all the way to salted fish, fresh coconuts and local souvenirs! A bargain hunters dream . . . busy Charlotte Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad & […]

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The Beach of Caves – Las Cuevas

There’s no doubt that Tobago has some of the most beautiful and popular beaches in the Caribbean but let’s not forget its ‘other half’ – Trinidad. One of the more popular beaches in Trinidad – Las Cuevas Bay. Reason for all the popularity? Wouldn’t you want to know . . . . . . . […]

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The what, why, how, when, where, who guide to Trinidad and Tobago

Having been in the business of Travel and Tourism for as long as we have, sometimes you’re asked strange questions like, “Do you guys have restaurants and supermarkets down in Trinidad and Tobago? . . . hummm . . . no comment . . . Most questions though are legitimate. So here’s our Frequently Asked […]

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Tribute to Trinidad and Tobago National Heroes

If  some one asked you: “Who holds the record for the highest individual score in Test cricket , who would you say? What about a couple hints? He’s from Trinidad and Tobago and played on the West Indies Cricket Team . . . he’s known to many in his home country as ‘The Prince of […]

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What makes Trinidad and Tobago unique?

All Trinbagonians would agree that life in Trinidad and Tobago ‘sweet too bad’! But what really makes TnT so unique? D’ food – Hardly likely that anyone would disagree. Trinidad and Tobago’s cuisine is not only unique but it JUST TASTE SO GOOD!  Yummm . . . TnT is the home of Doubles, the most […]

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Touring Trinidad and Tobago on the Know Your Country Tour!

Sponsored by the Public Transportation Service of Trinidad and Tobago, the “Know Your Country Tour” is a great opportunity to really get to know your country. Trinidad and Tobago has some really awesome places of interest that come along with interesting ‘story telling tales’! So what can you expect on the tour? We had the opportunity […]

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Eight Wonder of the World from Sweet TnT?

A 105 foot tall statue towers  2300 feet above the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. From space, a meandering line traces 5500 miles across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus. Known as one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and engineering, the world’s largest amphitheatre played host to some of the most bloodiest Gladiator Games. […]

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