About Trinidad & Tobago

 

Trinidad and Tobago are the southernmost isles in the tropical Caribbean, located approximately 7 miles off the Venezuelan coast.   Port of Spain is the capital of Trinidad and Scarborough is the capital of Tobago. 

There are approximately 1.3 million people in Trinidad & Tobago.  A mix of people of African, Chinese, Indian, European and Middle Eastern descent and English is the national language.  The currency used is the Trinidad and Tobago (TT$) dollar but US currency and major credit cards are widely accepted.

There are two seasons in Trinidad & Tobago; wet and dry. The wet season is from June to December. The dry season is January to May when the trade winds are at their strongest. The mean temperature is 84°F (29°C). Trinidad & Tobago is considered outside of the normal hurricane belt and tropical storms are rare.

 

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