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As Caribbean islands go Trinidad and Tobago are two of the best. Just south of the hurricane belt they rarely suffer from the devastating weather conditions that can be found on many Caribbean islands and they offer an impressive diversity that will provide endless entertainment.

The islands are blessed with a wealth of natural resources and have developed an economy which, rather than relying on tourism as many Caribbean islands do, is centred around oil and natural gases. One positive side effect of this is that when you travel to Trinidad and Tobago you experience the country itself, instead of a commercialised version, designed to meet western desires.

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Trinidad is the larger of the two main islands and exudes a lively, energetic atmosphere that is nothing less than infectious. Boasting a cosmopolitan restaurant scene, wild nightlife and an annual carnival that is famous around the world, this is one Caribbean island where fun is at the top of the agenda. If you’re lucky enough to visit during the carnival you will find yourself surrounded by glittering costumes, sequined masks and colourful floats as carnival preparations get into full swing, culminating in a two day street masquerade like no other. During the carnival the sound of steel drums floats down every street and a non-stop party rages across the island. Simply sensational.

Unlike its sister island, Tobago is marked by an aura of peace and tranquillity that demands relaxation. With its pristine beaches, hammock-strung palm trees and crystal clear waters it conforms to all the traditional expectations of a Caribbean island, but there is so much more to it. Boasting unspoilt coral reefs, volcanic mountains and the oldest protected rainforest in the western Hemisphere Tobago is home to a whole array of exotic wildlife and bird species. Here in these picturesque surroundings you could scuba-dive with Manatees or take a moonlight stroll to watch leatherback turtles lay their precious eggs along the shore.

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