Trinidade & Tobago
Although it’s the most industrialized nation in the Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago is still bursting with amazing scenery and a wide array of incredible attractions. Because tourism isn’t a pivotal part of the economy here, the country features huge expanses of pristine, virtually untouched wilderness. English is the primary language, the Trinidad and Tobago dollar is the main currency and Port-of-Spain is the capital city. The population here is incredibly diverse, even for the Caribbean, and residents all live together in harmony. Three mountain ranges sprawl across the country, affording plenty of opportunities to hike, bike and have fun. Trinidad and Tobago is best known for its beaches, coral reefs, forts, golf courses and, of all things, goat racing. Sample some hot and spicy rotis, flatbreads stuffed with various fillings, and give the locally produced rum a try too.
- Capital city - Port of Spain
- Language - English, Spanish, Caribbean dialect of Hindi is also spoken in some areas as well as French and Chinese.