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Trinidad and Tobago are part of the Lesser Antilles and are located in the Caribbean. The country consists of the large island Trinidad, the smaller island Tobago and several uninhabited small islands. Trinidad lies just of the coast of Venezuela. Tobago is the most popular among tourists.

On Trinidad there is more industry and it has fewer beaches. In the capital Port of Spain there are many drug related problems.

Tobago is much more peaceful; the main source of income here is tourism. Most tourists travel here to enjoy the sun, sea and beautiful surroundings. The small beaches and bays of Tobago are ideal for snorkeling, further off the coast you can go deep sea diving. The islands are a very popular stop-over for cruise lines. In short, the islands are an ideal winter sun destination. However, we advise you to check the current traveling status.

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Trinidad and Tobago climate & weather
Do you want to know all about the climate in Trinidad and Tobago? Learn about the temperatures, the number of sunny hours, chance of frost, chance of hurricanes, chance of rain and precipitation averages at the awarded climate and weather site:
the climate of Trinidad and Tobago


Sunny holidays in Trinidad and Tobago
Based on long term average figures, the weather of the past few years and extremes that have been recorded where temperatures, precipitation figures and storms are concerned we are able to give an indication as to the suitability of this particular location as a summer weather destination.

The figures below are an average for Trinidad and Tobago. Please, note that local deviations may occur.

 The weather in Trinidad and Tobago
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Explanation of symbols
January 30 / 86 20 / 68 8 27 / 81   - more sunny symbols = better summer weather (maximum of 5)
- red sunny symbols = high chances of hot or muggy weather

= chances of precipitation
 (0 - 4, higher number of cloudy symbols, higher chance of precipitation)

= the risk of tropical storms
(0 - 3, higher number of symbols, higher risk)
February 30 / 86 20 / 68 8 26 / 79  
March 31 / 88 21 / 70 8 26 / 79  
April 31 / 88 22 / 72 8 27 / 81  
May 32 / 90 23 / 73 7 27 / 81  
June 31 / 88 23 / 73 6 27 / 81
July 31 / 88 22 / 72 6 28 / 82
August 31 / 88 22 / 72 7 28 / 82
September 31 / 88 22 / 72 7 29 / 84
October 31 / 88 22 / 72 6 29 / 84
November 31 / 88 22 / 72 6 28 / 82  
December 30 / 86 21 / 70 7 27 / 81  
The weather in Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago have a tropical monsoon climate with a dry period from January. During the dry period precipitation figures are much lower. However, during this period precipitation is not uncommon and will mainly fall during the morning. During the last few months of the year there is a risk of tropical storms and hurricanes. Temperatures are around 30 degrees Celsius (86.0 degrees Fahrenheit) all year round. High temperatures in combination with high precipitation figures cause humidity figures to be high as well.
Trinidad and Tobago climate information

Popular destinations in Trinidad and Tobago
The most popular places are: Port of Spain, Scarborough, Claxton Bay, Courland Bay, Crown Point, Lowlands, Maracas Bay Village, Maraval, Montgomery, Mount Irvin, Riversdale, Speyside, St. Anns, Stone Haven Bay and Tunapuna. The Englishman’s Bay on Tobago is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Useful facts and tips
- Tap water is undrinkable, we advise you to drink bottled water.
- It is illegal to wear camouflage clothing
- Homo sexuality is illegal. You may end up in jail for this.
- The most important festival is the annual carnival
- The best way to explore the islands is by making use of a guide.
- When you leave Trinidad and Tobago your passport has to be valid for at least 6 months
- You can go hiking in the Tobago Forest Reserve, which is one of the oldest preservation sites in
  the world.
- Credit cards are accepted in most places

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