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Trinidad is the larger half of the nation formed together with Tobago. Located on a beautiful island, covered with mangrove forests and rainforest hills, this is where you can explore beautiful beaches, carnival celebrations and pristine mountain ranges. In the evening it’s time to kick back and dine out on the unique cuisine, created from a mixture of global influences.
Both the low and high season offer advantages to visitors in Trinidad. The busy part of the year is between April and December, with the remainder of the year being low season. In the high period the weather is hot and dry with rains coming later in the year. However, this being the Caribbean, there is no real bad time to book cheap flights to Trinidad.
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Piarco International Airport is the main airport on the island, located around 20 miles to the east of the centre of the largest city, Port of Spain. It’s a primary hub for the Caribbean’s largest carrier, Caribbean Airlines. There are scheduled flights to the US, Europe, South and Central America.
A selection of airlines offers direct and connecting flights to Trinidad from UK airports.
Most of the population and main attractions are located along the east-west corridor and good transport links including taxis, private minibuses (known locally as maxis) and buses operate these routes. If you want to explore more of the interior of the island, then a rental car from the airport is a convenient way of getting around.
The Asa Wright Birdwatching Centre is one of the best in the world, with overnight and day visitors welcome. Your guide will lead you through this former cocoa plantation pointing out the various species on show. Visit the island during carnival time and see Trinidad come alive with colour and music or simply hang out on the north coast beaches, including Tyrico, Las Cuevas and Maracas.
UK passport holders travelling to Trinidad do not need a visa for stays of up to 90 days. The currency is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar and the island is four hours behind GMT.