Are there some places in Trinidad and Tobago that sound far to you but people keep saying that you should visit? Are you unsure whether it would be worth your time, effort and gas money? We all know gasoline ain’t cheap! Well, here is a list of 5 places in T&T that sound far, but are worth the drive! Note: Of course, this is subject to where you actually live, but the places on this list are places that generally sound far. 1 Charlotteville The people who say “nowhere in Toba
What if someone told you that you can get a perfectly tasty bake and shark without having to drive up to Maracas? Fried on the spot too! Or that you could have a doubles, barbecue wings, chicken foot souse, corn soup, burgers, and tacos without having to drive to 6 different locations? And no, we are not talking about the food stalls by Queen’s Park Savannah (though those are equally great), but we’re talking about a place a little more on the east-side – Eddie Hart Savannah.
Trinidad and Tobago was blessed to have many influences added to our melting pot. You can certainly see these different influences in the names of our towns and villages. Of course, we Trinbagonians love to put our own spin on things. There are differences in the way we pronounce things and in how we refer to many well-known places. The thing is, you can easily identify the place no matter how it is said. Here is a list of 10 of these places with their different aliases/pronu
If you want to get the essence of Tobago while enjoying breathtaking views and delicious dirt-oven bread, then look no further than the wonderful village of Castara. Castara is a small fishing community on the leeward side of the island, which shows you the quainter, more relaxed side of Tobago. The authenticity of the village makes you feel like you are light years from the hectic pace of your normal life. You can’t help but adopt the laid back vibe. Magnificent Scenery The
From the amazing Pitch Lake, the world’s largest deposit of natural asphalt, to the beautiful Toco Beach and Lighthouse, Trinidad and Tobago is a great place to grab your friends and family, pack up your cars and go on a road trip. But because we Trinis always like to put our own spin on things, even our road trips have a slight twist (and some turns, pun intended). Here is a list of eight things that “bound to happen” when you go on a “Trini” road trip (Not to be confused wi
Road Trip TT hosted its first hike for 2016 on January 24th to the Mermaid Pool in Matura Village, Salybia. With 72 eager and excited hikers many of whom were new to hiking, it truly was a memorable experience and a day well spent. Patrons enjoyed a pre-hike warmup before they hit the trail which was just about 35 minutes long. The hike was rated as “Easy” with a 3 out of 10 rating so it was one that families and kids over five years could easily participate in. We started up
Welcome to Road Trip TT! Road Trip TT promotes Trinidad and Tobago’s adventure, eco and cultural tourism attractions to a domestic, regional and international audience. We specialise in the planning, organising and hosting of sightseeing, eco, cultural and adrenaline tours; as well as hiking trips, destination management and outdoor team building. Since we started just over a year ago, we have had over 1000 patrons, including individuals, private groups, corporate clients and