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   Monday, February 17, 2020 

Trinidad and Tobago Flag Trinidad & Tobago: Attractions

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Argyle Falls

Dramatic waterfall, good for bathing.


Goat racing is a sport which started in the early 20th century. The course is approximately 100meters long. Picture this a grown man running astride a goat. By the way he is the jockey. The jockeys run behind their rides, encouraging them to go faster with shouts and a small stick. This is the highlight of the Easter holidays.

Buccoo Reef

Shallow reef - great even for non swimmers, is a long time favourite of snorkelers. This is Tobago's main underwater sight, and attracts divers from all over the world. This reef is a haven for various species of fish among the coral heads, seafan forests and staghorn coral Belle Garden House Old style plantation house

Emperor Valley Zoo

This Zoo gives a birds-eye view of the animal life forms in Southern America including alligators, tropical snakes, unusual birds and various species of wild-cats.

Fort King George

This fort offers a rather spectacular view of the East and west of the island. It is situated 400 feet above the town. The barracks is now occupied by a small museum which offers you a glimpse of colonial artifacts.

Royal Botanical Gardens

This offers a wonderful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. This 70 acre garden was actually laid out by Governor Woodford in 1820. This garden is the official residence of the President and the Prime Minister.

The Augostura Factory

This is where the world renowned Augostura bitters is produced. Augostura is an extract from a secret recipe of various herbs, spices, barks and alcholol. This is Formulated to make the famous bitter.,

The Pitch Lake

This could very well be classified as the eighth wonder of the world, and is definitely one the Caribbean's most extraordinary attractions. This is a 100 acreage bed of tar which appears to replenish itself one of only three in the world. The tar-like material is bouncy under-foot, it is soft enough for you to make an impression or footprint in it without sinking. This tar has and is still being used on road surfaces throughout the world including major cities.

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