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The Islands of

Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is a dual-island Caribbean nation near Venezuela, with distinctive Creole traditions and cuisines. Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain, hosts a boisterous carnival featuring calypso and soca music. Numerous bird species inhabit sanctuaries such as the Asa Wright Nature Centre. The smaller island of Tobago is known for its beaches and the Tobago Main Ridge Forest Reserve, which shelters hummingbirds.



Trinidad and Tobago are two islands joined as one nation with very different characters.

Trinidad, near Venezuela, is the busier of the two and the southernmost of all the West Indian islands. In the bustling capital, Port of Spain, you will find some impressive examples of colonial and Renaissance-style architecture, as well as an eclectic cultural mix of Creoles, Africans, Amerindians, Europeans, and East Indians. Popular palm-fringed beaches are nearby, and three forest-cloaked mountain ranges dissect the island, creating some striking landscapes.


Island Resorts & Retreats


Hyatt Regency Trinidad

Hyatt Regency Trinidad is a luxury, high-rise hotel situated along the waterfront of Trinidad and Tobago’s capital city, Port of Spain. With smart furnishings, light and airy decor, re-designed social spaces as well as event space enhancements, our hotel offers guests an unsurpassed level of comfort, luxury and convenience that fit their changing needs. The hotel has 422 rooms including 15 suites, all of which have either a water or city view. Guests can sit on our renowned lobby terrace with vistas of the gulf, enjoying nightly live entertainment, while savoring delicious cuisine at our Waterfront restaurant and trendy dining option – including a sushi bar and 24-hour Cinnamon cafe. Even a business trip feels like a vacation here as you can rejuvenate in our spa located on the third floor or sip one of our signature cocktails on our rooftop infinity pool, overlooking the gulf. 

Courtyard By Marriott Port Of Spain

This hotel is 3.5 km from Emperor Valley Zoo and Port of Spain Botanical Gardens. It features an outdoor pool, restaurant and spacious rooms with a 32-inch flat-screen TV.

The Centro Restaurant, located on-site at the Courtyard Port of Spain, features international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It also provides a full bar, offering beer and cocktails.

Free Wi-Fi and air conditioning is standard in every brightly decorated room at the Port of Spain Courtyard. All rooms include a mini-refrigerator and a coffee maker.

Free access to the gym and business center is provided to all guests of the Courtyard Hotel. Parking is also free on site.

Fort George is 1 km from the hotel. Queen’s Park Savannah is 4.1 km away.

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8.9 for a two-person trip.

Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre

Port of Spain hotel for business and family Located on a hilltop overlooking the iconic Queen’s Park Savannah, our hotel offers an ideal location, spacious accommodations, and breathtaking views of the city of Port of Spain and the Northern Range mountains. Beautiful surroundings give our guests a truly unique Caribbean experience, just minutes away from the busy city center. Nearby sights include Royal Botanical Gardens and Emperor Valley Zoo.

We’re in 25 acres of gardens, under 10 minutes from the National Museum & Art Gallery. Queen’s Park Savannah, the Royal Botanic Gardens, and Emperor Valley Zoo are within three kilometers. Enjoy our spa services, outdoor pool with lawn games, and tennis courts. Every room features a private balcony and we have extensive conference space available.


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Things To Do In

Trinidad and Tobago

Off-the-beaten-track Trinidad and Tobago is an interesting little place. Unlike many of its Caribbean neighbors, this duo of mineral-rich, oil-heavy islets close to the coast of Venezuela does not depend on tourists for survival.

Yes, there are palm-fringed beaches and luxurious hotel resorts; there are misty rainforests and breath-taking tropical jungles, soaring mountain ranges and enthralling colonial cities.

But these aren’t the lifeblood of the archipelago.

Natural gas and oil are what have really brought money to Trinidad and Tobago, meaning the country’s something of a more authentic, less-developed and raw picture of island life than many of its counterparts.

Head in to explore everything from historic fortresses raised by the British to sparkling coral beaches and unexplored reefs.

Come and see charming colonial edifices in the capital, Port of Spain, spot multi-coloured waterfowl flitting through the air, chill on cotton-white sands, and seek out roaring waterfalls in the orchid-spotted wilds.

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Fresh Island Flavours


Caribbean Kitchen at Castara Retreats

 Castara Retreats Scenic Restaurant with spectacular views of the beach and ocean, on our terraced pavilion deck. We offer a range of home-made foods from fresh fish and quality steak to hand-made ravioli and interesting vegetarian options. We offer a choice of inventive starters including fishcakes, salads and chilled soups, and popular desserts such as chocolate mousse and passionfruit cheesecake. We have a range of cocktails, cold beers, fine wines, Italian coffees, and homemade juices. Our restaurant is rapidly gaining a reputation for good food and a warm welcome where guests can take a break, eat and drink, take in the spectacular views and sunsets and observe the wonderful hummingbirds as they display on our feeders.

The Meena House

The Meena House is unique to Port of Spain. The restaurant features authentic yet modern Indian dishes with full service bar and dining. This concept offers customers variety, offering multiple dining and entertainment options within a single establishment. The spatial variety of dishes and flavors in the menu will broaden our appeal and provide our customers with a different experience on each visit. 

The Meena House is focused on servicing Trinidad’s growing demand for an ethnic eating experience. For lack of a better term we are a Modernistic Indian Cuisine Restaurant: ‘authentic yet modern Indian cuisine’ – a restaurant concept that responds to Trinidad’s need for selection and choice. The Meena House is a complimentary mingling of regional Indian cuisines on a single menu. Trinidad & Tobago demographics fit this concept perfectly.

Our management team has over 100 years combined experience in food, restaurant and hotel, business management, finance, and marketing arenas.

The Coffee Shop

The Coffee House Café and Bar is one of the most popular places for eating out in the village of Castara. 

If you are looking for a restaurant in the lovely Caribbean village of Castara then The Coffee House has developed a well-deserved reputation for wonderful breakfasts featuring eggs bacon and home-made bread, as well as for dining out in the evening. 

Cheno’s Coffee House is the only place in the village that serves expresso and cappuccino coffee, alongside the more usual filter coffee. The homemade bake bread is a local speciality and made with grated coconut perfectly complementing the bacon and eggs also on offer.  Through the day, homemade cake and muffins are available to have with a cup of tea or coffee.

Travel Guide

Trinidad and Tobago


Located just a few miles off the South American continent, Trinidad and Tobago are hilly islands with a few mountains of note. Covering a total area of 5,131 (1,981 sq mi), the island country of Trinidad and Tobago, consists of two major islands of Trinidad and Tobago, along with many smaller islands.

As observed on the physical map of the country above, Trinidad – the larger of the two islands, is crisscrossed by mountain ranges; the most dominant of these is the Northern Range. It is a rugged area of hills and peaks with the country’s highest point being Mount Aripo (El Cero del Aripo) at 940m (3,084ft) high (marked by a yellow triangle on the map).

The lower Central Range spreads across the central area of the island, and in the far south, a scattered group of hills (The Southern Range & Trinity Hills) border the southern coastline.

Trinidad is drained by numerous short rivers and streams, with the Rivers – Caripo (in the north) and Ortoire (in the south), being the most significant. There are also many large swamp areas. 

As for Tobago, there is a Central Ridge running down it’s spine, with some elevations exceeding 600m (1,968ft). The islands have numerous small rivers and streams, and it’s coastline is ringed by bays, beaches and a narrow coastal plain that rises into the hills. Tobago has a number of small islands running along it’s eastern coastline.