Introduction

Rich in culture, vibrant in character and still largely under-explored, Trinidad and Tobago (known as T&T) are located just off the coast of the South American mainland. They form the southern most islands of the Lesser Antilles chain and are known as the heart of the West Indian Carnival.

Regionally, Tobago offers some incredibly diverse options. Its glorious beaches and stunning coral reefs have earned Tobago its title as the "Disneyland of diving". In fact, it has the largest brain coral in the world. The architecture reflects the religious and cultural traditions of its cosmopolitan population and the result is a multi-cultural, lively, and really friendly place to visit.

In this section you'll find information about the history of the island, how to get there, the climate throughout the year, public holidays and events and the range of things you can do during your stay. There are also plenty of island article to read on everything from hikes and waterfalls on the island to the blue food festival. There is also our own customized map of the island for you to download.