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Cheap flights from Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is made up primarily of two Caribbean islands near the northeastern coast of Venezuela. It is considered to be the most industrialised and one of the flourishing countries in the Caribbean. Taking its wealth from the large reserves of oil and natural gas in the country, Trinidad and Tobago is the third richest country next to the United States and Canada. The country is said to be the birthplace of steelpan, limbo and music styles such as calypso, soca, and chutney. One of the most awaited events in the country is its Carnival, where participants wear colourful costumes while having grand celebrations. It is an annual event that happens on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.

The Camden Airstrip in Couva, Trinidad is planned to be converted into a domestic airport that will serve the Trinidad-Tobago airbridge. It currently services crop dusting planes and drag racers which use the strip for their events. Prime Minister Kamia Persad-Bissessar revealed a plan in 2011 to upgrade the airstrip into a domestic airport then into an international airport.

Where to go

Trinidad and Tobago’s tourism is continuously growing and expanding. Some of the major destinations in the country include the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, the North coast beaches of Maracas, Las Cuevas, Tyrico, Blanchisseuse, La Brea Pitch Lake, and the Lopinot Historical Site, or the museum built on former Cocoa estate owned by French Count Charles Joseph de Lopinot. The Roxoborough tropical rainforest reserve is also frequented by tourists visiting the country.

The Caribbean Airlines, which is being serviced by the Piarco International Airport, has flights to nearby areas like Antigua, Barbados, Caracas, Fort Lauderdale, Georgetown–Cheddi Jagan, Grenada, Kingston, London–Gatwick, Miami, New York–JFK, Orlando, Paramaribo–Johan Adolf Pengel, Sint Maarten, Saint Lucia–Vigie, Tobago, and Toronto–Pearson.

One of the places you can visit when visiting Antigua include its capital, St. John’s, which is the only city on the island. One can try scuba diving, sailing, partying, and signing up for culinary tours while here.

Aside from the Caribbean flights, the Piarco International Airport also has flights to and from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Orlando, New York (JFK), and Newark, USA; Toronto, Canada; London, UK; Caracas and Porlomar, Venezuela; Panama City, Panama; Paramaribo, Suriname; Georgetown and Guyana. The main airlines serving Trinidad include the American Airlines, British Airways, Conviasa, and West Jet.

The other international airport in the country is the A.N.R. Robinson International Airport (formerly known as the Crown Point International Airport), which is located on the island of Tobago. It has four weekly flights to the United Kingdom, one to Germany, one to New York-JFK, one to Stockholm and one to Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Toronto, Canada is a huge city that offers plenty of breathtaking and interesting attractions. Check out Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, Ontario Science Centre, Bata Shoe Museum, Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), CN Tower, Casa Loma, Spadina House, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, and more.

How to get out

Tourists can primarily get out of the country through the two major airports and the flights they are servicing bound to other countries and destinations. Visas issued for foreigners traveling the country usually lasts for 90 days. (British nationals don’t need visas to enter Trinidad.) Passport validity, on the other hand, has a period of until six months from the date of entry. People getting out of the country or transiting through it are required to have yellow fever vaccination.

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