Trinidad and Tobago

Relax & Unwind in Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago

Discover the Caribbean Islands – and all it has to offer

Are you considering your first ever visit to Trinidad & Tobago in the Caribbean? This page provides a brief overview of Trinidad & Tobago for first timers, including maps of the surrounding islands, and live webcams to view the scenic views and current weather.

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A thriving nation in the Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago is renowned for its rich history, varied culture, and breathtaking natural surroundings.

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Discover Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain, which is renowned for its vibrant marketplaces, storied architecture, and energetic environment. See famous sites like the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Queen’s Park Savannah, and the Red House. Unwind on the beautiful sands of Maracas Bay, one of the busiest beaches in Trinidad. Take a dip in the azure waves, indulge in seafood from seaside stands, and take in the expansive vistas of the shoreline. Explore the 200-acre wildlife sanctuary and bird watcher’s paradise that is the Asa Wright Nature Centre, or visit Pitch Lake near La Brea, home to the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world. Enjoy sweeping views of the Arima Valley, go on guided hikes into verdant jungles, and see unique birds like the tufted coquette and blue-headed parrot.


Tobago’s most well-known beach, Pigeon Point Beach, offers picture-perfect shorelines for relaxation. Enjoy views of the recognizable thatched-roof jetty while sunbathing on powder-soft white sands and swimming in crystal-clear turquoise waters. Enter Nylon Pool, a natural sandbar in Buccoo Reef Marine Park, by wading into its shallow waters. Take a cool plunge in the warm, clear waters, which are supposed to have restorative qualities. To get to Tobago’s highest waterfall, Argyle Waterfall, you must go through lush woods. Enjoy the refreshing pools beneath the gushing waterfall, which are surrounded by avian and tropical flora. Take in the excitement of seeing turtles on Tobago’s beaches from March to September, when they are breeding. Take a guided trip to see green, hawksbill and leatherback turtles arrive on the beach at dusk to lay their eggs.

Travelers can enjoy a wide range of experiences in Trinidad and Tobago, from leisurely beach vacations and animal viewing to cultural festivals and outdoor excursions.

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Live Webcams

View live webcams in Trinidad & Tobago and check the current weather, beach activity and enjoy outstanding scenic views and spectacular sunsets. It’s not the same as being here but it’s a great way to daydream from far away!

Trinidad & Tobago Average Temperatures

Wondering what the average weather temperatures are in Trinidad & Tobago? View the average daily highs and lows including the average ocean temperature per month.

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Trinidad and Tobago Average Temperatures

Use this weather chart as a guide to view the average air and ocean temperatures in Martinique.

The average air temperature in the summer varies between 85-90 degrees. The spring and fall varies between 80-85 degrees. The average air temperature in the winter varies between 75-80 degrees.

Even during the warmest days, you can expect a slight to moderate ocean breeze to temper the heat. The temperature variations in the Caribbean are surprisingly minimal.

Hurricane season starts in June, ends in November, and peaks in September. Keep up with the latest weather forecasts and warnings from local authorities.

Average Monthly Temperatures

Average High Average Low Average Ocean Temp

Average high, low and ocean temperatures in Trinidad & Tobago. Sources: Accuweather,, NOAA