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Trinidad & Tobago
Located just north of Venezuela, between the  Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean , the islands of Trinidad and Tobago offer some of the best holiday destinations of the Caribbean.
Those wanting a quieter experience can leave the hectic city behind and explore Trinidad's beautiful north coast beaches or hike through the forested peaks of the interior. Along the east coast nature lovers will find protected wetlands and coconut groves, while down south on this rectangular island are some enchanting fishing villages nestled among quiet, empty beaches
Due to this location, both islands enjoy a tropical climate and lush, dense vegetation  which boasts many bird species (as a matter of fact, they are so numerous that Trinidad and Tobago are considered to be a bird watchers’ paradise). Other animals can be seen, such as butterflies, amphibians, monkeys and reptiles, including leatherback turtles that come to lay their eggs in the islands’ coastal regions (nesting season runs from
March to August). Trendy Trinidad, site of the bustling capital Port of Spain, is sophisticated, cosmopolitan and culturally diverse, its vibrancy reflected in its main attraction, the annual Carnival. Locals spend most of the year preparing for the lavish February fling which is an orgy of calypso music and dance, steel bands, food, dazzling costumes and marvellous floats. The chic capital, with its colonial style houses set beside modern high-rise towers, continually hums with colourful markets, bazaars, and malls, with a mish-mash of gothic-style cathedrals, mosques and Hindu temples testifying to the diversity of cultures and creeds that throng the streets.

Although Trinidad is not known for its beaches, it has a few well worth a visit. Tobago, on the other hand, has many gorgeous and secluded beaches and bays, ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Diving is also a great option in Tobago, for it presents an abundant and diverse marine life. From rainy forests to mangrove swamps to beautiful unspoiled beaches and water falls, the islands offer nature lovers plenty of activities to engage in.
But nature lovers are not the only ones visiting this destination. Being much more developed and populated than Tobago, which remains more authentic, relaxed and slow paced, Trinidad has a rich nightlife with nightclubs, discos and casinos and a cosmopolitan feel, particularly in Port of Spain, the country's capital. Also, during Carnival (peak season), all islanders and many tourists gather on the streets of Trinidad and Tobago and party for days (celebrations begin right after Christmas!). So, whether you are looking for peaceful and lovely beaches, great food, the contact with nature or wild parties, the islands of Trinidad and Tobago may certainly be the place for you.
The island nation of Trinidad and Tobago, known colloquially as 'TNT', consists of the two southernmost Caribbean islands, which are geologically an extension of the South American continent. While individually the islands contrast vastly in character, together they offer the best of everything one can expect from a Caribbean experience.
A daily domestic ferry service connects Trinidad to its more laid back little sister island, Tobago, renowned as being the last unspoilt Caribbean paradise. A typical tropical wonderland of palm-fringed beaches, verdant rain forests and sparkling coral reefs, Tobago also boasts a nature-lovers treasure trove of birds, butterflies, flowering plants and shrubs. There are 100 different mammals and 70 kinds of reptiles roaming the island, too, most famous of which is the giant leatherback turtle which nests on the magnificent leeward (north) beaches. To the south the Atlantic beats against a coast studded with fishing villages, while the hilly interior is coated with one of the world's oldest rainforest reserves
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