Trinidad and Tabago prices

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Trinidad and Tabago hotel prices

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Rating Price (USD)
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76.00 - 155.00
95.00 - 202.00
144.00 - 200.00
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Trinidad and Tabago hostel prices

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Type Price (USD)
Hostel bed
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Hotel seasons

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The rainy season occurs from June all the way into December. Due to the heavy rain, most visitors choose to visit outside of these months helping to keep hotel prices low. During the other half of the year visitors will find that prices, both hotel and flights, increase.

Trinidad and Tobago are one nation, but each island is relatively far apart for the Caribbean and they are usually visited separately. Trinidad is heavily populated and highly industrialized (for the Caribbean) while Tobago is sparsely populated and mostly unspoiled.

English is the official language on both islands, but locals come from many different backgrounds and they’ll often be speaking something else among themselves. The island of Trinidad is especially known for its huge and important Carnival celebration each winter, and Tobago is the better choice for visitors looking for nature and a low-key visit.

Where to stay

Trinidad is much larger and has a far larger population, but it lags Tobago a bit when it comes to tourist resorts and hotels. Prices are similar on both island and they are treated separately in most travel searches.

Getting there

Trinidad has a large airport and Tobago has a smaller one. Since the islands aren’t too close and ferry service is slow and a bit expensive you are advised to fly directly to the island where you’ll be staying.

Trinidad has Piarco International Airport, which is a large facility with many long-haul nonstop flights coming in plus extensive service between Caribbean islands.

Tobago has Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson International Airport, which is smaller, but still large enough for wide-body jets from far away.

Nonstop flights from:
Trinidad: Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, New York, Newark, Houston, Toronto, London
Tobago: New York-JFK, London-Gatwick, Frankfurt

Trinidad and Tabago attraction prices

Location Description Type Price(USD)
Glass Bottom Boat Cruise View the reef in a new way with a glass bottom boat tour along with a swim in Nylon Pool. all ages 77.00
Asa Wright Nature Center Guided Tour On this guided tour you'll get the chance to learn about some of the local wildlife and its habitat. all ages 70.00
Port of Spain City Tour This tour takes you around the city where you can get a taste of Trinidad's culture and history. all ages 35.00

Trinidad and Tabago food and drink prices USD

Food type   Price
Local Breakfast If you have a sweet tooth, why not indulge at the beginning of the day? 3.00 - 7.00
Local Lunch Roadside stalls and eateries are all great choices for lunch with local snacks, light and heavy lunches available. 5.00 - 10.00
Local Dinner Hot and spicy is the name of the game. If you're not a fan, there are other options available at most restaurants that are a little softer on the taste buds. 8.00 - 20.00
Beer Whether you're looking for a beer to help you cool off on the beach or for a night cap, you'll find both domestic and imported varieties. 1.75 - 3.00

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Trinidad and Tabago facts

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Population 1,350,000
Metro area 1,350,000
Time zone UTC-4
Currency Trinidad and Tobago dollar
Airports Piarco International Airport (POS)

Avg temps & precip

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Hotel seasons

January, February, March, April

weather advise for AmsterdamWeather advice

Found in the middle of the tropical Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago enjoy a maritime tropical climate that is influenced by the constant northeast trade winds that hug the islands.

Throughout the year, the average temperature rests close to 78 degrees alongside a high humidity. During the rainy season (summer), humidity jumps up to about 85%. On average, you’ll find that this paradise gets about 83 inches of rain a year during very quick showers.

Outside of the summer months, visitors will find themselves settled by the sea breezes and dipping in the water.

Make sure to pack light clothing that easily breathes.

Sunrise and sunset

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