Adverbs are Trinidad and Tobago is a contrasting island that is part of the Caribbean archipelago islands. This twin islands comprise of a perfect blend of varied landscapes, cultures and societies, leaving visitors with the best of both worlds. If you are looking for double the adventure, pack your bags and travel here today!
First, enter the island of Tobago through the delightful fishing village of Charlotteville. Travel to Roxborough and its wonderful waterfalls before journeying to village of Moriah. Next, travel to Scarborough where you will experience the hustle and bustle from the main port. Travel onward to the residential town of Canaan. Next, travel to the island of Trinidad from the sleepy fishing village of Toco before you travel to town of Matelot.
Move onto the borough of Arima with its various attractions. After that, travel to Tunapuna, the town which hosts the carnival center of the country. From there, travel to the capital city of Port of Spain, where you can view its beautiful landscape. Move on to the borough of Chaguanas, with its beautiful thriving society. Next,travel to Valencia before you move onto Rio Claro and finally to Princess Town which was home to the royal family in the previous era. For a spectacular culture immersion, travel to San Fernando before you travel to the port village of Brighton. Finally, complete your journey at the port town of Fullarton surrounded by the pristine waters of the Gulf of Paria.
Although they may be small, the Trinidad and Tobago Islands has a lot to offer to its visitors. One popular attraction is the Asa Wright Nature Centre, offering its visitors a view of the local species in their natural habitat. The Emperor Valley Zoo makes for the perfect family outing. With over 150 different indigenous species located here locals and outsiders frequent this attraction often. To take a dip into the history of the islands, travel to the National Museum and Art Gallery, which is the national museum of the country. The natural attractions of the Englishman’s Bay and Castara Bay are a popular spot where one can indulge in sports activities or just a casual outing.
Due to its varied background these twin islands offer a delightful and delectable array of cuisines. A must try traditional cuisine is the mouth watering callaloo. This can be tried along with the delicious bake and shark. For a more casual meal, try the pelau along with coleslaw. Individuals with a sweet tooth can always try the toolum, tambran ball, guava cheese, sugar cake or even the paw paw ball. Wash down the meal with a glass of mauby, sorrel, Malta or even any of the local brewed rum or beer. You can always try any of the cultural influenced meals like the Indian rotis and vegetable dishes are extremely spicy and hot.
There are a lot of activities visitors can indulge in here. Visitors can take part in the carnival band events alongside the locals. They can also visit the local golf course that offer a splendid view along with the game. Go deep sea diving along with the wild turtles or snorkel along the sea bed with the local marine animals. You can even go on a glass bottom boat cruise and view the splendid and marine live.
You can plan your adventure with as much fun and excitement as you can. But there are certain things to be kept in priority, and security for your loved ones is one of them. With the holiday you plan and take, there is always a distinct possibility of mishaps and mayhem that might occur. A safety net will provide the best protection for you. Flexicover, with its range of single trip travel insurance, multi-trip travel insurance, gap-year travel insurance and many other covers, ensures that you are well equipped for every eventuality.
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