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Trinidad and Tobago


Trinidad was named by Christopher Columbus in 1498 after the Holy Trinity while Tobago got its name because it resembles a tobacco pipe (tavaco) used by locals.  The name originally given to Trinidad was “Iere” which means “Land of the Hummingbird”. The islands have a total of 485 species of birds, with 18 kinds of hummingbird. It is a prime destination for bird watchers.

hummingbird.  The country is the birthplace of the steel pan drum. It is the only acoustic musical instrument to be invented in the 20th Century and today is very popular around the globe. 

 If secluded beaches with turquoise water, a dynamic culture, and unparalleled cuisine is your idea of the perfect trip, then look no further—Trinidad & Tobago is the destination you've been craving.

MAY & JUNE 2025 are likely timeframes

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The northern coast of Trinidad, with its secluded bays like Maracas and Blanchisseuse, is an idyllic sailing destination. Tobago offers the beautiful, coral-fringed Pigeon Point, and Englishman's Bay, known for its turquoise waters and rich marine life.

The twin island of Trinidad and Tobago is a paradise both off and on shore. Located in a prime spot in the Caribbean, this dual country is home to some truly stunning wildlife, where the local culture energises the air, and calm waves lap at pristine, white sand shores. It’s perfect for cruising, but most of all, the country’s superior marinas and sheltered location make it the ideal place to drop anchor for an extended stay.

Trinidad and Tobago’s position just below the hurricane belt offers shelter and protection that other islands may not be as strategically located to provide during the stormy season, which runs from early June to late November. 

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