Articles in Trinidad and Tobago ( 127 )

127 Articles of interest in Trinidad and Tobago

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  • Monos

    Monos is an island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is one of the "Bocas Islands", which lie in the Bocas del Dragón (Dragons' Mouth) between Trinidad and Venezuela.

  • Little Tobago

    Little Tobago (or Bird of Paradise Island) is a small island off the northeastern coast of Tobago, and part of the republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The island is about 1 square kilometre in area and is located at 11° 18' north latitude and 60° 31' w…

  • Gaspar Grande

    Gaspar Grande or Gasparee is an island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago named for Gaspar de Percín. The island is 1.29 km² (319 acres) in area and lies 12 km (7.5 mi) west of Port of Spain.

  • Asa Wright Nature Centre

    The Asa Wright Nature Centre and Lodge is a nature resort and scientific research station in the Arima Valley of the Northern Range in Trinidad and Tobago. The Centre is one of the top birdwatching spots in the Caribbean; a total of 159 species of b…

  • Sangre Grande

    Sangre Grande is the largest town in northeastern Trinidad, in Trinidad and Tobago. It is located east of Arima and southwest of Toco. It is the seat of the Sangre Grande Regional Corporation. The town falls into the Toco/Sangre constituency of the …

  • Maraval

    Maraval is one of the northern suburbs of Trinidad's capital, Port of Spain, a valley in northern Trinidad in Trinidad and Tobago.

  • 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup

    The 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup women's football tournament is the second such tournament, and was held in Trinidad and Tobago from September 5–25, 2010. Sixteen teams, comprising representatives from all six confederations, took part in the fi…

  • Cumuto

    Cumuto is a town and district in Trinidad. Cumuto is west of Sangre Grande and south of Arima. Between 1940 and 1956 much of Cumuto was part of the American army base known either as Fort Read or Wallerfield; the area was leased to the United States…

  • La Brea, Trinidad and Tobago

    La Brea is a town in southwestern Trinidad, located north of Point Fortin and south of Rousillac and San Fernando. La Brea (Spanish for "the tar") is best known as the site of the Pitch Lake, a natural asphalt lake. Pronunciation of "La Brea" differ…

  • Carenage

    Carenage is a community in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located in northwestern Trinidad, and is administered by the Diego Martin Regional Corporation.

  • Biche

    Biche is a flourishing agricultural village in east Trinidad and Tobago exactly 18 kilometers south of Sangre Grande and 18 kilometers north of Rio Claro.

  • Trinity Hills

    The Trinity Hills are a range of hills in southeastern Trinidad. According to legend, it is after these hills that Christopher Columbus named the island of Trinidad. Columbus had promised to name the next land he discovered after the Holy Trinity. T…

  • Cunupia

    Cunupia is a town in central Trinidad. It is part of the Borough of Chaguanas. Cunupia is just northeast of Chaguanas proper.

  • Caroni River (Trinidad and Tobago)

    The Caroni River is the largest river in Trinidad and Tobago, running for 40 km (25 mi) from its origins in the Northern Range on the island of Trinidad, through the northern lowlands of the Caroni Plains and enters the Gulf of Paria at the Caroni S…

  • Arouca, Trinidad and Tobago

    Arouca is a town in the East-West Corridor of Trinidad and Tobago located 19 km (12 mi) east of Port of Spain, along the Eastern Main Road. It is located west of Arima, east of Tunapuna and Tacarigua, south of Lopinot, and north of Piarco. It is gov…

  • Saut d'Eau

    Saut d'Eau, French for "Waterfall", is a small island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located just off the north coast of main island of Trinidad (less than 1 km) in the Caribbean Sea.

  • Rio Claro, Trinidad and Tobago

    Rio Claro is the largest town in southeastern Trinidad, in Trinidad and Tobago. Rio Claro lies east of Princes Town, west of Mayaro and northwest of Guayaguayare. It serves as the major commercial centre for southeastern Trinidad. It lies in a prima…

  • Hollis Reservoir

    Hollis Reservoir is a reservoir located in north Trinidad and it supplies Arima, Port of Spain and other areas of north Trinidad. It is also the oldest one in the country opened in 1936. It is also a popular tourist attraction. Located about three m…

  • Gasparillo Island

    Gasparillo (Spanish for "Little Gasparee") is a small island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is one of the Bocas Islands (also referred to as Dragons' Teeth), which lie in the Bocas del Dragón (Spanish for Dragons' Mouth) between the main…

  • Dwight Yorke Stadium

    The Dwight Yorke Stadium, located in Bacolet, Tobago, (Trinidad and Tobago), is named after former Aston Villa, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Sydney, Sunderland and Trinidad and Tobago footballer Dwight Yorke. The stadium was…

  • Tacarigua

    Tacarigua is a town in the East-West Corridor of Trinidad and Tobago, located east of Tunapuna, north of Trincity and west of Arouca. It is on the banks of the Tacarigua River.

  • Speyside, Trinidad and Tobago

    Speyside is a town in northern Tobago within Saint John Parish. It lies on the leeward coast, across from the island of Little Tobago (for which it is a departure point), 26 km northeast of Scarborough, overlooking Tyrrel's Bay.

  • Morvant

    Morvant (pronounced, in the local English dialect, "Morva") is a community in Trinidad and Tobago located east of Port of Spain and west of Barataria.

  • Gasparillo

    Gasparillo is a town in southern Trinidad. It lies east of Pointe-à-Pierre and northeast of San Fernando. The population is approximately 16,000. The name Gasparillo is applied not only Gasparillo proper, but also the surrounding communities includi…

  • Debe

    Debe (or Débé) is a town in south Trinidad located north of Penal and south of San Fernando. Debe has grown from a small settlement into a key transit point which as has merged to some extent with Penal. Two denomination high schools were establishe…

  • Curepe

    Curepe is a town in the East-West Corridor of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located west of St Augustine and east of St Joseph. Curepe abuts the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies.