Trinidad and Tobago Travel Information

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Trinidad and Tobago Scene This tiny twin island republic offers an enticing mix of cultural activities and eco adventure. Located just off the tip of Venezuela, lively Trinidad, the larger of the two, boasts energetic nightlife in modern capital Port-of-Spain. Driving on the North Coast Road reveals lush forest and breathtaking views. Tobago, two hours away by fast ferry, is comparatively serene. Azure seas contrast with pale pink sands and golden sunsets. Protected rainforest and stunning coral reefs complete this paradise.

Things to do in Trinidad and Tobago: Pigeon Point Beach • Asa Wright Nature Centre • Argyle Waterfall with Adventure Farm • Nylon Pool

Highly rated hotels in Trinidad and Tobago: Hyatt Regency Trinidad • Bacolet Beach Club • Magdalena Grand Beach & Golf Resort • Blue Haven Hotel • Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre

Trinidad and Tobago's electricity is 115V 60Hz and uses plug types A & B
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Great Circle Distance between Heathrow and Piarco International Airport is 4,407 miles. Trinidad and Tobago's IATA airport code is POS. One World Lounge Details Here.

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Climate: The islands forming the archipelago of Trinidad and Tobago are located just north-east of the coast of Venezuela, and are the southernmost of the Lesser Antilles, although some geographers do not consider them as part of the said Lesser Antilles because of their eccentric position, together with Barbados. The climate of Trinidad and Tobago is tropical, hot all year round, with little seasonal variation: the maximum temperatures hover between 31°C and 33°C from the coolest to the hottest months. September and October are the most sweltering months, and January and February the least hot. Luckily, the northeast trade winds blow all year round, tempering the heat. The best time to visit Trinidad and Tobago is from January to April, which is by far the driest period of the year. Since these islands are almost always outside of the hurricanes paths, in theory you can also choose the summer, keeping in mind that it is very rainy and also a bit muggy. December is still a rainy month, but it's outside of the hurricane season, and also a little cooler.

Covid-19 Data for Trinidad and Tobago

Data (updated daily) from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control on the geographic distribution of COVID-19 cases & deaths.

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BA Tier Points

Class Tier Points
(per Leg)
Tier Points
(Total)
Economy 35 70
World Traveller Plus 90 180
Business 140 280
First 210 420


Avios Required (per leg) for BA Redemption Flight from London to Port of Spain

Cabin Off Peak TravelPeak Travel
Economy16,25025,000
World Traveller Plus32,50050,000
Club62,50075,000
First85,000100,000


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