Busy Trinidad to the tranquil beauty of Tobago. These Caribbean Islands are just full of happy people, fabulous landscapes, vibrant towns and electric culture. White sand beaches and crystal clear waters to relax you with loads of shops, galleries, museums and temples to explore. Tobago has verdant rainforests and intricate coral reefs set amongst postcard white beaches. Check our top ten page for resorts in Trinidad and Tobago
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Dreamy white sand beaches and palms Street Markets
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Great inshore swimming in safety Tamarind Beach
Just one of countless sandy beaches Trinidad City
Modern and bustling capital city Modern Waterfront
Ultra modern waterfront buildings
Trinidad and Tobago.
With its dramatic landscapes, vibrant towns and electric culture, Trinidad is a lively destination that offers visitors an authentic slice of island life. Meanwhile Tobago caters for those seeking a more traditional Caribbean holiday, with white sand beaches and crystal clear waters stretching as far as the eye can see. See the world's largest asphalt reservoir, visit art galleries, museums and temples in the capital of Port of Spain or hike through the Asa Wright Nature Centre and spot rare wildlife. Holidays in Tobago, on the other hand, are all about relaxing and enjoying the Caribbean pace of life. Visit picturesque fishing villages, explore the island's stunning interior or swim in crystal clear waters. From beaches plucked straight off a postcard to dense, verdant rainforests and intricate coral reefs, Tobago is bursting with beauty no matter where you turn. With an exciting capital city contrasting the quiet and quaint atmosphere of some of the island’s villages and hamlets, holidays in Tobago offer the perfect getaway for everyone.
Beach holidays in Trinidad and Tobago offer a huge choice, with everything from family-friendly resorts to more secluded beaches. Good surfing and popular beaches can be found along the north coast of Trinidad, while the Great Courland and Englishman's Bay areas of Tobago have quiet beaches where you can live out your Caribbean fantasies. Shoppers are well catered for on holidays in Trinidad and Tobago, with everything from calypso records to rum and bright locally crafted fabrics available in towns and villages across the islands, and even modern shopping malls catering for every taste in Port of Spain. Enjoy fresh seafood and local cuisine in the many beach bars along the coast, drink rum with the locals or head to Port of Spain where calypso music and steel bands play into the early hours.
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Holidays in Great Courland Bay provide the perfect mix of action and relaxation; try your hand at a huge choice of water sports, take a trip out to some of the world-class dive spots around the bay or spot rare leatherback turtles at Turtle Beach. Shoppers will find everything they need in Great Courland Bay, with the shops and stalls of Plymouth offer the chance to stock up on souvenirs, local produce and crafts.
Economy of Trinidad and Tobago:
The energy sector is the main pillar of the economy, accounting for around 40% of GDP, 95% of exports and 80% of government revenue. The sector is dominated by oil and gas production, with oil and gas reserves estimated at around 3 billion barrels of oil equivalent. Trinidad and Tobago is the leading oil producer in the Caribbean and the fifth largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the world.
The tourism sector is the second largest contributor to the economy, accounting for around 11% of GDP. The country is a popular tourist destination, with its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, unique culture, fascinating historical sites and vibrant nightlife. The country is also home to the world’s largest carnival, which attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
The country’s manufacturing sector also contributes significantly to the economy, accounting for around 9% of GDP. The sector is mainly focused on food processing, metal fabrication, and oil and gas equipment. The country is also home to a vibrant financial services sector, which accounts for around 6% of GDP.
The economy of Trinidad and Tobago has seen steady growth over the last few years, due to increased investments in the energy sector and increased tourism. The country has also benefited from strong economic ties with the United States and other countries in the region. The outlook for the economy is positive, with the government taking steps to diversify the economy, attract foreign investment and promote sustainable development.
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