Beaches: Trinidad isn't much about beach based tourism but this
island bring home the beauty of lush white sand beaches and reefs colorful and full of vibrant
life. On the other hand, Tobago is home to some of the prettiest beaches in the Caribbean with
beautiful green rainforests.
Attractions in Trinidad and Tobago: The two islands are inviting to divers, diners
and hikers. The other major attractions are bird watching, turtle watching, drift diving, goat and
crab racing. People have a liking for mountain biking and kayaking and the rainforest reserve is
welcoming to nature lovers. Scuba diving, windsurfing and game fishing are very dear to the locals.
Tobago is home to the oldest protected rainforest.
Shopping: The arcades to suburban shopping malls to the small shops which are
family run offer a large variety of souvenirs to choose from. Authentic crafts made by locals to
textured fabrics, flea markets to duty free shops to designer houses, these islands have them
Nightlife: There's an array of bars and nightclubs which keep one entertained
through the night, dazzling lights, concerts, theatre, pool, karaoke. They serve the best cocktails
and all the entertainment you need for that ultimate party experience.
Dining: The Locals are very hospitable and warm and run classy restaurants to
small pretty café's. The restaurants offer East Indian food to Creole cuisines having island
favorites such as oxtail soup, beef soup, pelau and cowheel soup. Chinese cuisine with distinct
flavor of local spices is a specialty. Caribbean food is done gourmet style especially the street
food which will be the memory of a lifetime.
Visit the Trinidad and Tobago tourist
board website for more information.