The unique sister islands of Trinidad & Tobago, so very different but together they combine their distinctive features to make the perfect alternative Caribbean holiday destination. The most southerly islands in the Caribbean and just 7 miles from South America, which helps to explain the wonderful diversity of flora and fauna to be found here. In fact, both these islands are a paradise for lovers of wildlife and provide the perfect introduction to Neotropical birding. This is also the most cosmopolitan society in the Caribbean with a vibrant cultural diversity that has produced Carnival and Calypso, amazing food, art, music and the friendliest, most fun loving people.
Trinidad, the larger island boasts lush tropical rainforests, extensive wetlands, savannahs, rivers, waterfalls, towering mountain ranges and miles of empty palm-fringed beaches. Over 450 species of birds have been recorded here, making it one of the richest birding countries per square mile in the world and can offer experiences rivalled only by mainland South America, but in a far more compact and accessible form.
Tranquil Tobago, is only a 20 minute flight away and is an unspoilt haven of perfect sandy bays, clear turquoise seas and coral-reefs with world class dive sites. The ideal spot for total relaxation; it nevertheless has plenty to offer both nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts.