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Trinidad & Tobago with Kids

 
Transportation to island
A-
Transportation around island
A-
Family Resorts
B
Family Restaurants
B
Friendly atmosphere
A
Activities for kids
B
Weather
A+
New cultures for kids to experience
A
Safety B

Trinidad and Tobago are both a long flight from the US. Is it worth it? You'll find that these giants in the ecotourism world share another important asset for family travelers: they lie south of the hurricane zone, meaning they are missed by most of the storms that threaten the Caribbean in the summer and fall.

Trinidad is by far the largest, both in terms of population and size. This anvil-shaped island bustles with activity in Port of Spain, the capital city that’s also a capital in the world of Caribbean commerce. Here you’ll hear accents from residents who have relocated from around the world to work in this modern metropolis. The Indian influence is stronger here than anywhere else in the Caribbean, and is seen in the faces of islanders, the architecture, food, and religion of the island, where nearly one quarter of all residents are Hindu.

Tobago is a favorite with divers, garden buffs, birders, and anyone wanting a quiet getaway.

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