The Eco-Vacation in Trinidad

Posted by on 12:31 pm in Ecotourism, Spotlight, Trinidad | 1 comment

When traveling it’s often hard to avoid the excesses of traditional hotels and restaurants, but for the eco-conscious tourist it is possible to find earth-friendly accommodations that celebrate and protect nature’s beauty. My husband, Steve, and I had the opportunity to spend a few days in Trinidad and I hoped to explore it in the greenest way possible. I surfed the net and was happy to discover that ecotourism thrives on the island. I booked a small family run hotel called Acajou,, in the rain forest and near the...

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Taste the Rainbow

Posted by on 9:19 am in Food and Wine, Trinidad News | 0 comments

Trinidad & Tobago celebrates fourth annual culinary festival Port of Spain, Trinidad – April 23, 2008 – Trinidad & Tobago, known to many for its eclectic mix of food stamped with cultural influences, is celebrating the fourth annual “Taste Trinidad & Tobago” culinary festival. Seeking to broaden the world’s view of the destination- one taste bud at a time, this year’s event is also actively incorporating the community by featuring the unique relationship between tradition and food. The 2008 festival, held at the...

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Fly Directly from New York City to Trinidad

Posted by on 7:19 pm in Announcements, Trinidad News, World | 0 comments

Trinidad & Tobago in conjunction with Delta Airlines held a reception in New York City Thursday, February 7, 2008 to promote the new direct flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Port of Spain, Trinidad. The “Taste of Trinidad & Tobago in New York ” event took place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Delta’s Sky 360 Lounge, a swank lounge that allowed distinguished guests to experience all of Delta’s premium amenities. The occasion gave New York consumers and media a taste of what the destination has to offer and delighted...

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Winter Deals for Trinidad & Tobago

Posted by on 1:03 pm in Announcements, Trinidad News | 0 comments

Savings at Trinidad & Tobago Hotels Keeps More Money in Guests’ Pockets for the Holidays While the snow begins to fall in the north, fun in the sun steadily rises in Trinidad & Tobago. Travelers that are ready to trade in snow boots for flip flops and winter coats for bathing suits can enjoy a tropical weather vacation without breaking the piggy bank. Cozy resorts, welcoming inns and the inviting villas of this dual island nation offer all the resources for an ideal holiday getaway. The Half Moon Blue Hotel, Tobago Nestled in...

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