Besides being known for its beaches, Trinidad & Tobago is one of South America’s most popular carnival destinations.

Should you desire a tropical vacation and proper relaxation in a serene environment, take a trip to Trinidad & Tobago and be sure to visit these five places.

Maracas Bay
Maracas Bay

Maracas Bay is the most popular beach in Trinidad & Tobago.

The beach’s off-white sand, tall palm trees and blue-green waters attract tons of tourists.

Visitors can either go diving, surfing, hiking or simply lay back and enjoy the scenery.

Pigeon Point
Pigeon Point

Known for its white sands and palm trees, Pigeon Point is a beautiful beach with many side attractions.

You can swim in the lovely clear water, enjoy water sports, and go on boat trips.

Apart from several bars and restaurants in place for visitors, the adventurous souls can go on jet skis, snorkeling, and bathe in the tranquillity of the water.

Little Tobago
Little Tobago

Little Tobago is a small, uninhabited island which lies in the Caribbean

It is also known as Bird of Paradise Island, as a result of the beautiful birds that once inhabited the area.

Asides from its tropical location, the beauty of Little Tobago is the huge variety of birds that live and breed within the environment.

Main Ridge Forest Reserve
Main Ridge Forest Reserve

Main Ridge Forest Reserve, the oldest forest in Trinidad and Tobago, is home to more than half of the island’s bird species.

It is estimated that the rainforest provides habitats for twelve to sixteen species of mammals out of the nearly ninety mammal species in the Caribbean.

There are hiking trails and guides in place – which make it easier for tourists to have a proper view of the forest.

Emperor Valley Zoo
Emperor Valley Zoo

Emperor Valley Zoo is the only zoo in the Caribbean which houses lions, giraffes and a 30-year-old crocodile.



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