Trinidad and TobagoSurfing, Windsurfing, Kitesurfing and Catamaran in Trinidad and Tobago
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- 1.3 million
- Port of Spain
This vibrant and colorful two-island nation boasts a wide array of available watersports activities such as cruising, diving, swimming and sailing. The island of Tobago is the heart of the tourism infrastructure while Trinidad is fairly undiscovered and underdeveloped making it ideal for a break away from the crowds.
Both Trinidad and Tobago are covered by mountain ranges that rise as high as 940 meters above sea level allowing a rich tropical rainforest to flourish high above the azure blue ocean waters. Trinidad and Tobago experiences northeasterly winds most of the year. The island is subject to trade winds that have played such a vital role in the shaping of its history. With its shallow waters and easily accessible, well-preserved reefs, Trinidad and Tobago is a beacon for diving and fishing enthusiasts worldwide.
There are two distinct seasons on Trinidad and Tobago. One is the dry season which lasts from January through to June, while the rest of the year is considered the wet season in which high humidity and tropical thunderstorms are commonplace.
Watersports safety is monitored only near large resorts and in the company of professional guides and tours. Medical services can deal with minor injuries, however if you are involved in an accident that needs more intense treatment, you may need to be evacuated to the US or other nearby countries. Note that currents and weather patterns in Trinidad and Tobago can change very quickly and one should always check conditions prior to setting out to sea. When sailing in the area, make sure your radio equipment works so you can call in the case of emergency as mobile phone coverage is spotty.
Trinidad and Tobago have both been cited as having problems with crime. While there is some truth to these claims, it should not deter visitors from experiencing these magical islands as it can be done safely with precautions and common sense. Tourists should always be vigilant of personal property and avoid venturing out alone after dark, especially in Port of Spain. The islands also experience quite an extensive number of mosquitoes and sand fleas during the wet season.
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Spot Season Sport Level Distance Rating Bacolet November 1 — June 30 1 — 10 7480.6 km 0 Hope October 1 — July 31 5 — 10 7478.1 km 0 pigeon point October 1 — July 31 1 — 10 7489.3 km 0
Spot Season Sport Level Distance Rating Lambeau Beach December 1 — May 31 4 — 10 7486.1 km 0
Spot Season Sport Level Distance Rating Los Iros Bay December 1 — April 30 0 — 10 7640.7 km 0
Spot Season Sport Level Distance Rating Mayaro Beach December 1 — April 30 0 — 10 7581.4 km 0