Trinidad and Tobago Travel Guide
Trinidad and Tobago, is an island country of the south-eastern West Indies of the north-east coast of Venezuela. To their north they have the Caribbean Sea, to the east and south the Atlantic Ocean, and to the west the Gulf of Paria.
Trinidad, is mainly flat and rolling, with mountains in the north which are a continuation of the coastal ranges of the Andes Mountains in Venezuela. Tobago, is heavily forested with hardwood trees. Rivers on both islands are numerous but short.
Trinidad is the busier of the two, known not only for its cities and bustling market towns, but also hiking, nature watching and heritage sites. Tobago offers more chilled out affairs with the focus is the resorts and white sand beaches with lots of opportunity for snorkeling and diving.