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Cruises to Trinidad and Tobago

Cruises in Trinidad and Tobago

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Aurora's No-Fly 2025 Grand Caribbean, Amazon & Central America

Aurora 06 Jan 2025 65 nights No-Fly Cruise Southampton

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Itinerary: Southampton - Gran Canaria - St. John's, Antigua - Road Town, Tortola - Castries, St. Lucia - Bridgetown, Barbados - Santana, Brazil - Manaus, Brazil - Parintins, Brazil -...
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Circle Caribbean

Enchanted Princess 03 Dec 2025 14 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

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Itinerary: Ft. Lauderdale - St. Kitts - Martinique - St. Lucia - Barbados - Grenada - Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago - Curacao - Aruba - Ft. Lauderdale
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Circle Caribbean

Island Princess 07 Nov 2025 14 nights Fly Cruise Fort Lauderdale

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Itinerary: Fort Lauderdale, Florida - St Maarten - St. Kitts - Martinique - Barbados - Grenada - Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago - Bonaire - Curacao - Ft. Lauderdale
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An overview of Trinidad and Tobago


Trinidad and Tobago, a Caribbean gem, is a dynamic duo of islands. Trinidad pulsates with city life, lively festivals and diverse cuisine, while Tobago offers tranquil beaches and lush rainforests. This dual-island nation combines vibrant energy with serene escapes, making it a captivating destination in the southern Caribbean.

The larger of the two islands, Trinidad, pulsates with life and exuberance. Its capital, Port of Spain, is a bustling city known for its colourful streets, vibrant markets and lively festivals. The Queen's Park Savannah, a vast green space at the city's heart, is a hub of activity, especially during Carnival season when it transforms into a parade ground for elaborate masquerade bands. Trinidad is famous for its festivals, and Carnival is the undisputed king. This vibrant celebration of music, dance and culture is a colourful explosion of creativity, with thousands of masqueraders adorned in elaborate costumes taking to the streets. The steelpan, invented in Trinidad, is the heartbeat of the festivities, creating infectious rhythms that reverberate throughout the island.

Tobago, the smaller of the two islands, is a tranquil oasis that exudes charm and natural beauty. With its pristine beaches, coral reefs and lush rainforests, it's a haven for those looking to unwind and reconnect with nature. Pigeon Point Beach is Tobago's crown jewel, renowned for its stunning beauty. The powdery white sands and clear turquoise waters create an idyllic setting for sunbathing and swimming. The iconic thatched-roof jetty, framed by towering palm trees, makes for a picturesque spot to relax and enjoy the view.

Scarborough, the capital of Tobago, is a charming town with a relaxed atmosphere. The Scarborough Botanical Gardens provide a peaceful escape for visitors, featuring a variety of tropical plants and trees. Fort King George, a historic fort with panoramic views of the coastline, offers a glimpse into Tobago's colonial past.


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