Trinidad & Tobago

Ileen Sanchez

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For the adventure seekers out there, we aren't only about sandy beaches and blue seas, the options for are paramount! For example, from relaxing walks to 6 hour trek. Snorkeling & scuba diving are also great options for exploring and discovering Tobago's remarkable coral gardens and coral reefs. Maracas Beach is the most popular beach in the north, with great food on offer and a range of facilities and amenities. What's not to love?!


Trinidad and Tobago is a multi-religious nation. The largest religious groups are the Protestant Christians, Roman Catholic Christians and Hindus; the Muslims are among the smaller faiths.
People in Trinidad and Tobago believe in the Great Spirit who is the God they cannot see, but also in Gods who became manifest through nature. They believe in good and bad Spirits and have rituals for almost everything. They believe everything in nature had its own life and it was treated as a human being with respect.


The official language of Trinidad and Tobago is English, but Spanish and a lesser extent French patois, Hindi and Chinese is spoken by some segments of the population through culture and heritage.
"Hello" is said the same since the official language in Trinidad and Tobago is English too.
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The population is mainly comprised of blacks, East Indians, whites, and Chinese, many of whom are racially and culturally intermixed.

Customs & Traditions


  • Divali


  • Hindu Festival


  • Folk dance


  • Steelpan
  • Callaloo


In Trinidad and Tobago almost everyone sell things to attract tourist and make money for a living.

Holidays & Festivals

Divali is a five day celebration. It is the Festival of Lights that symbolizes the lifting of spiritual darkness. It is usually celebrated during the month of October and November.
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