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To date there are still descendants of Caribs and Arawaks in Trinidad and Tobago. In Arima, the Carib community celebrate their feast every August.
The country has a cosmopolitan society inhabited by many different peoples and cultures who live together in relative peace and harmony.
The two islands have distinct personalities. Trinidad is the larger of the two, and is the location of most of the country’s cities and activity. It is also the country’s industrial centre, noted for petroleum and natural gas production, which make T&T one of the most prosperous countries in the Caribbean. Tobago is known for tourism, which is its main industry and is a popular tourist destination. Both islands have a share of natural beauty.
Trinidad and Tobago, well within the tropics, both enjoy a generally pleasant maritime tropical climate influenced by the northeast trade winds. In Trinidad the annual mean temperature is 18 °C (68.8 °F), and the average maximum temperature is 34 °C (93.2 °F). The humidity is high, particularly during the rainy season, when it averages 85 to 87 %. The island receives an average of 2,110 millimeters (83.1 in) of rainfall per year, usually concentrated in the months of June through December, when brief, intense showers frequently occur. Precipitation is highest in the Northern Range, which may receive as much as 3,810 millimeters (150 in). During the dry season, drought plagues the island’s central interior. Tobago’s climate is similar to Trinidad’s but slightly cooler. Its rainy season extends from June to December; the annual rainfall is 2,500 millimeters (98.4 in). The islands lie outside the hurricane belt; despite this, Hurricane Flora damaged Tobago in 1963, and Tropical Storm Alma hit Trinidad in 1974, causing damage before obtaining full strength.
Trinidad is traversed by three distinct mountain ranges. The Northern Range, an outlier of the Andes Mountains of Venezuela, consists of rugged hills that parallel the coast. This range rises into two peaks. The highest, El Cerro del Aripo, is 940 meters (3,084 ft) high; the other, El Tucuche, reaches 936 meters. The Central Range extends diagonally across the island and is a low-lying range. The Caroni Plain, extends southward, separating the Northern Range and Central Range. The Southern Range consists of a broken line of hills with a maximum elevation of 305 meters (1,001 ft). There are numerous rivers and streams on the island of Trinidad; the most significant are the Ortoire River, and Caroni River.
Tobago is mountainous and dominated by the Main Ridge, which is 29 kilometers long with elevations up to 640 meters. There are deep, fertile valleys running north and south of the Main Ridge. The southwestern tip of the island has a coral platform. Although Tobago is volcanic in origin, there are no active volcanoes. There are numerous rivers and streams, but flooding and erosion are less severe than in Trinidad.
Port-of-Spain – Capital city San Fernando – Southern city Scarborough (Capital of Tobago)
Arima – birthplace of famous calypso artiste “Lord Kitchener” Chaguanas – fastest growing and largest municipality mostly populated by descendants of East Indian indentured labourers Point Fortin – south western municipality, which lies on the outskirts of the La Brea Pitch Lake and is known for oil production.
Chaguaramas – a town with one of the major yachting centres, also famous for nightlife; venue of the 1999 Miss Universe Pageant. Princes Town Toco St. James – fondly known by locals as the city that never sleeps.
Other destinations Edit.
Caroni Bird Sanctuary and former sugar cane estates (very nice place to watch birds, many mosquitoes) North coast beaches (Maracas, Las Cuevas, Tyrico, Blanchisseuse) La Brea Pitch Lake Lopinot Historical Site – museum built on former Cocoa estate owned by French Count Charles Joseph de Lopinot Roxborough – Northern Tobago, tropical rainforest reserve Down the Islands – the small islands off the north-west peninsula offer a calm retreat.
Entry requirements Edit.
Nationals of all European Union/European Economic Area member states which are part of the Schengen Area may enter visa-free for 90 days in any 180-day period.
Nationals of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia may enter visa-free for up to 30 days.
Nationals of Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines may obtain a visa waiver on arrival at a cost of TT$400.
Nationals of all other countries not specified above require a visa. They may also obtain a visa waiver on arrival, provided that:
They hold a copy of a pre-arranged approval from immigration. They are not citizens of Macedonia, North Korea or Vietnam. They are not holders of normal passports issued by China, Cuba and Haiti.
All visitors require a passport valid for the length of their stay and a return or onward ticket. They must also show proof of funds to maintain themselves, and provide an address in TT, such as a hotel or family/friend.
When leaving the country, there is a departure tax of TT$75 on the ferry to Venezuela. [1].
The main airport is Piarco International Airport (IATA: POS ) on Trinidad, approximately 25 km south east of Port of Spain. Direct air service is available from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Orlando, New York (JFK), and Newark, USA; Toronto, Canada; London, UK; Caracas and Porlomar, Venezuela; Panama City, Panama; Paramaribo, Suriname; Georgetown, Guyana; Barbados and various other islands in the Caribbean.

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