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By Kathleen O'Donnell, S. Pefkaros

Even if certainly part of the Caribbean, those islands are precise, refusing to comply with the inventory Caribbean photo created via modern brochures and go back and forth companies. they're either beneficiant and Caribbean-spirited, yet really in a position to going their very own approach. This experience consultant takes you around the country from mountains and hills to grasslands, savannahs and palm-lined shorelines, providing the intrepid visitor a price ticket to discover. Birdwatchers are drawn via the opportunity to work out the attractive scarlet ibis. Night-time tours permit viewers to monitor the outstanding egg-laying practices of the leatherback turtle. And caiman - smaller types of the South's alligators - are a typical sight. after which there is Carnival, which bargains wild dances, fantastical costumes and frenzied revellers. no matter what your cause to go to T&T, you might have the appropriate consultant in hand. lodgings, eating places, commute suggestions, points of interest, museums, tours - it is all the following. a different part is devoted to the nation's booming yachting undefined, with information on marinas, amenities and companies. Maps, photographs, index.

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622-6232. BRITISH: High Commission for United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, 19 St. , St. Clair. % 622-2748. , Newtowne. % 628-1630. , Port of Spain. % 625-1210. n Equipment To Bring BICYCLES (Tobago) – Much of Tobago is perfect for riding, though with the poor road conditions, a mountain bike is definitely a plus. You’ll need to keep the climate in mind, make sure to drink enough water, and use a good sunscreen. Bikes can be rented on the island for about $7/day. Though the quality of what’s available is improving, if you love your own bike, bring it.

Bikes can be rented on the island for about $7/day. Though the quality of what’s available is improving, if you love your own bike, bring it. Airlines charge about $45 to ship a bike each way from the US to the Caribbean. Air Caribbean now charges about $16 to transport a bike box weighing up to 66 lbs between Trinidad and Tobago. You can put two bikes in one box and still be under the weight limit. Expenses n 41 CAMERAS AND FILM (both Trinidad and Tobago) – Above and below the water you’ll find a wealth of shots to take.

With that much water and air temperatures in the 80s and 90s, plants grow phenomenally quickly. The natural environment in Tobago is more accessible than in Trinidad and the terrain is more gentle, less overpoweringly lush. This is not to say it is less entrancing. Bird song will accompany you throughout your days on this lovely island. The terrain in Tobago begins as flatlands in the southwest with old coconut plantations, grasslands, and bush. The beaches are wonderful and the land has a gentle feel.

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