Trinidad and Tobago

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Trinidad and Tobago

Fast Facts 1. Current population: 1.341 MillionReligions: Christan and Roman Catholic 2. Languages: English3.Life Expectancy: 69 years infant mortality rate: 24 per 1000 live births 4. Literacy Rate: average: 98.6%, Male: 99.1%, Female: 98%

TRAVEL GUIDETrinidad and Tobago

Port of Spain

Interesting facts - two The Trinidad Moruga “Scorpion” Pepper has officially been ranked as the world’s hottest pepper The people of Tobago are called Tobagonians and those from Trinidad are called Trinidadians or Trinis. Together the people of Trinidad and Tobago are referred to as “Trinbagonians.”

Englishman's Bay

Minister Singh committed to changing the Caroni water supplies, At least 60 schools, 41 Primary and 12 Secondary in Caroni, three Primary schools and two Secondary schools are affected

Tobago News Turns 30On May 24, 1985 the first issue of what would become Tobago’s longest running and most successful indigenous paper went on sale for a fee of $1.In 1984 we were so excited to create the first newspaper for Tobago called the Tobago TimesHowever, it had barely made a year when the paper crashed due to deception and double-timing of two of the technical people. However Tobago News is doing really well for 30 years running. wtitten by: Mersha RamseyMay 27th, 2015

Emperor Valley Zoo: Adjusted to the Batanical Gardens in port of SpainCastrara Bay: Backed by green rainforests and farmed mango treesEnglishman's Bay: Considerd the islands most beautiful beach, mainly not visited

ClimateTropical with high humidity, The coolest months are January and Febuary


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