Caribbean Advisor Editors
Monday, 8th Septempber
Deciding on an adventurous vacation
Trinidad is commonly known as an island of adventure. Every day spent in this island creates a different memory. This beautiful island which is twin island of Tobago is surrounded by pristine beaches, rainforest and hidden waterfalls.
Things not to miss in Trinidad
On your visit to Trinidad, don’t forget to hike through the rain forests on the trail of hidden waterfalls, explore deep caves, cycle through the countryside and kayak past wildlife filled forests. Before you vacation is over, you must dine at one of the Island’s elegant restaurants.
Shopping in Trinidad
Whether you’re in Trinidad shopping for yourself or for family and friends, there are many gifts options available. Everywhere in Trinidad have shops where you can purchase many creative locally made crafts and luxury goods. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, is known for Angostura bitters, a popular cocktail and food flavoring. This area is also known for high-quality rum, coffee, cigars and hand-woven mundillo lace. Most items sold in Trinidad are duty-free. De Lima’s, Stechers and T-Wee Liquor Store are all duty free shops.
Tip: Foreign Exchange Rate -$1USD = $6.33TT
Tobago Gospel Fest is this Month!
Tobago International Gospel Festival
This is a great time to glorify the power of the almighty while on your vacation. Tobago gospel fest is 2 days and features many talented gospel artist. Clear your throat, head down there and sing your voice away at Tobago’s Gospel Fest.
The 24th of September is a public holiday in Trinidad and Tobago
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO REPUBLIC DAY- 24 (public holiday): Republic Day
In the year 1976, Trinidad and Tobago became a Republic country. This event is celebrated as a public holiday on September 24th annually. There will be parades and other activities you can engage in. This is a perfect time to interact with locals and get to know more about the Trinidad culture.