Get to know our island

Welcome to a modern, cosmopolitan, naturally beautiful island. Trinidad is the most southerly island in the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the two islands that make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the other being Tobago. One of the things that makes us distinctively Trinidadian is the warmth and friendliness of our people. When you arrive at Trinidad you’ll know that you have arrived at the place that is always in season!

Travel requirements

What our weather is like


Trinidad has a warm and sunny climate, with an average daily temperature of 31.3°C (85°F) and evening temperatures dipping to 22.7°C (75°F).


There are two main seasons: the dry season (January to May) and the rainy season (June to December), with sunny mornings and early afternoon showers during the rainy season.

Hurricane Safe

The island is located outside the hurricane belt, making it a safe haven for yacht owners in the region.

Aquatic Activities

The water temperature ranges from 24-29°C (75-82°F) year-round, encouraging activities like surfing, diving, sport fishing, kite surfing, and paddle boarding.

What to wear

Our currency

Local Currency

The Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TT$) is the official currency. US dollars are widely accepted at an approximate rate of TT$6.8 to US$1. Rate information can be found at local banks or in daily newspapers.

Accepted Currencies and Cards

Euros and Pound Sterling (GBP) are not as widely accepted as US dollars. International credit cards are accepted at most hotels, restaurants, and malls, but travellers’ cheques are not accepted.

ATM and Bank Fees

ATMs are widely available, but bank fees will apply.


The applicable taxes are 12.5% Value Added Tax (VAT), 10% hotel taxes, and a 10% service charge.

Trinidad and Tobago Sightseeing Tours: Book a tour with us!

We have a group of preset tours that have been fine tuned to perfection. However, they can be customized to suit your every need.

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