Trinidad and Tobago is a paradise with a great diversity of virgin beach and mountain landscapes, nature reserves, festive culture and exotic gastronomy, but at the same time it is one of the most unknown countries in the Caribbean, where mass tourism has not come to settle. altogether. This will allow you to discover a country without sweeteners.

Where to go?

Maracas Bay,

The most visited beach and one of the most beautiful in Port of Spain, despite the fact that it is a 25-minute drive from the city. Without a doubt, the dense vegetation that surrounds it and its crystal clear ocean waters are its best assets.

Fort King George

On the grassy tops of a hill above Scarborough, among green pockets of cabbages and cocoritas, the remains of the archipelago's most impressive fortress still fringe the shoreline.
Built in the mid-18th century, the site was built by the British to protect Trinidad and Tobago from French attack.

Little Tobago Island

Greater terns and brown boobies, red-billed tropicbirds and shearwaters unite amid the salt-splashed cliffs and coastal headlands of Little Tobago Island.
Entirely surrounded by a specially designated birding area, the blob on the map just north of Tobago proper is famous for its wide variety of frills.
It also has beautiful scenery of dry rainforests and hidden sandy coves, along with great views of the rare red-footed boobies on the Tobago cliffs across the water.