The Hasely Crawford Stadium, formerly the National Stadium, is located in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
Pigeon Point is also known as Pigeon Point Heritage Park and is often considered Tobago’s most beautiful beach and is home to the world…
The Pitch Lake is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world, estimated to contain 10 million tons.
The Queen's Park Oval is a sports stadium in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, used mostly for cricket matches. It opened in 1896.
One of the more secluded waterfalls. The way here might be quite a hike, but the sight of the breath-taking waterfall is a great reward.
This gorgeous beach is surrounded by lush rainforest. Perhaps the most scenic beach on all of the islands.
The Emperor Valley Zoo abbreviated "EVZ" is the biggest zoo in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Red House is the seat of Parliament in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Chacachacare is an island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, located at 10° 41' north latitude and 61° 45' west longitude.
The Asa Wright Nature Centre and Lodge is a nature resort and scientific research station in the Arima Valley of the Northern Range in…
A relatively new par 72 course. Intriguing landscaping done on the site of a former coconut plantation.
Mayaro Bay stretches for nine miles on the east coast of the island of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
San Fernando Hill is a 192-m hill which lies at the centre of the city of San Fernando in Trinidad and Tobago.
One of the island's natural curiosities. The bubbling mud both inside and around the volcano sure is a strange sight.
Devil's Woodyard is one of the most visited locations of Trinidad's many mud volcanoes.
The Brian Lara Cricket Academy is a multi-purpose stadium in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago, that was completed and inaugurated in 2017.
Nelson Island, Trinidad and Tobago is one of the Five Islands which lie west of Port of Spain in the Gulf of Paria.
Perhaps the best bathing spot on the islands. This is a real shallow pool far out in the sea, simply perfect for swimming.
A well-kept fort that used to belong to the British. Fun to explore and there's even a little museum.
The private house is home to a huge number of hummingbirds you can meet up close. Call the owners and schedule a visit - you won't regret it.
Several waterfalls connected by smaller pools. A marvellous sight and an enjoyable hike - notice the cocoa trees on the way there!