Trinidad & Tobago holidays and tours, 2014 and 2015

Trinidad and Tobago nature tours
An eco-adventure experience that includes every comfort, from £2095 - £2850 (16 days) inc UK flights
Tobago beach accommodation
Three lodges & four apartments in beautiful Tobago, from £85 - £225 per accommodation per night
Trinidad and Tobago bird watching holidays
A perfect introduction to neo-tropical bird life, from £2150 - £2980 (13 days) inc UK flights
Trinidad and Tobago holidays
All the main highlights of Trinidad & Tobago, from £2155 - £2650 (16 days) inc UK flights
Trinidad and Guyana birdwatching & nature tour
Caribbean combination for intrepid travellers and birders, from £3790 - £4000 (15 days) inc UK flights
Trinidad & Tobago tours, tailor made
A bit of R&R on Tobago's beaches plus time in Trinidad, from £1620 - £1850 (15 days) ex flights
Weddings in Tobago
A beautiful wedding in Tobago, from £750 per wedding ceremony
Tobago tailor made holiday, culture, nature & birds
Tailor-made tour to lovely, little, unspoilt Tobago, from £1495 - £1950 (12 days) inc UK flights
Tobago bed & breakfast near Crown Point
Contemporary B&B amidst verdant tropical garden, from US $130 - US $150 per accommodation per night
Stonehaven Bay villa apartments, Tobago
Holiday apartments overlooking the beautiful Stonehaven Bay, from US $110 per accommodation per night
Arnos Vale self catering villa & apartments, Tobago
Beautiful Hilltop Villa & Cabanas; Walk to Beaches & Hiking, from US $120 - US $300 per accommodation per night
Trinidad & Tobago nature holiday
The best of Trinidad & Tobago's widlife and natural scenery, from £1845 - £2220 (15 days) ex flights
Canaan self catering apartments, Tobago
Apartments in a peaceful, rural area close to Pigeon Point, from US $45 per accommodation per night
Tobago mountain bike tours
Exhilarating bike tours to learn about and enjoy Tobago, from US $45 per tour
Tobago self catering beach apartments & cottages
Affordable, quality holiday accommodation in scenic Tobago, from US $70 per accommodation per night
Tobago villa and apartments
Villas & an apartment in spectacular settings, from US $75 - US $130 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2-5)
Tobago self catering holiday apartments
Secluded holiday apartments on Tobago's stunning coastline, from US $95 - US $225 per accommodation per night
Castara beach villa holiday in Tobago
Seaviews & sunsets overlooking the bay of Castara Tobago, from US $75 - US $250 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2-4)
Tobago bed & breakfast in Scarborough
Home from home B&B accommodation in Tobago's capital, from US $80 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
Tobago villa apartments near Bacolet Beach
Rustic accommodation just minutes from the beach, from US $20 - US $45 per room per night
Bay of Castara restaurant, Tobago
Restaurant with fantastic fresh food overlooking Castara Bay, from TTD1 free admission
Tobago B&B studios and apartments, Les Coteaux
Escape the hustle & bustle with this rural Tobagonian B&B, from US $100 per accommodation per night
Tobago island day tours
Fantastic eco tours around Tobago's most spectacular places, from US $45 - US $95 per tour
Tobago organic farmstay guesthouse, Goldsborough
Eco nature retreat in a beautiful & unspoiled part of Tobago, from US $60 - US $200 per room per night
Castara beach self catering apartments, Tobago
self-contained apartments right on Castara beach, from US $75 - US $85 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2)
Castara holiday villa and studio apartments, Tobago
Holiday accommodation in the stunning Castara area of Tobago, from £50 - £135 per accommodation per night
Tobago eco retreat hotel
Great bird-watching! Common Potoo and White-tailed Sabrewing, from US $900 per accommodation per week
Tobago self catering apartments in Plymouth
Comfortable apartments in the Caribbean paradise of Tobago, from US $60 per accommodation per night

24 reviews for Trinidad & Tobago holidays4 star overall rating

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Trinidad and Tobago holidays
Memorable parts? All of it Tips? If you are bird watcher you are in for a treat Local benefits? Yes Overall rating? (more)Julie Newberry
From £2155 - £2650 including UK flights
Trinidad and Tobago bird watching holidays
It was a wonderful experience and we will remember some lovely people from the islands who helped make it a holiday of a lifetime. (more)Nigel Scott
We much preferred the more relaxed way of life in Tobago. The most memoranle part was the days bird watching with Kelton Thomas. He can whistle the birds out of the forest. (more)Alison Buckingham
The entire holiday ran very smoothly, very well organised. The first sight of all the humming birds on the verandah was amazing to see. (more)Janina Tomsett
From £2150 - £2980 including UK flights
Trinidad and Tobago nature tours
Wonderful, loved being surrounded by nature. The leatherback turtles laying on the beach was also a highlight. (more)Rosie Sutcliffe
Getting to the heart of Carnival on our day trip there was the most memorable part of the holiday...Excellent - lovely people, great bird life, and a huge variety of fish to snorkel with, just off the beach... (more)Mike Edwards
Excellent, I will pass on recommendations to friends and family (more)David Brierley
From £2095 - £2850 including UK flights
Tobago beach accommodation
This is an amazing place to hang out and bond with those you love. Beautiful, relaxing and a place you will hope to return to. (more)JUDITH DOYLE
The view from the accommodation was just amazing. The food was delicious and just the general relaxed vibe of the area and it's people!...10/10 without a doubt! Best holiday we've had! (more)Helen Youngman
Most memorable were the views from our house as well as the village where we stayed...Fantastic is the word. (more)Vlad Waley
From £85 - £225 per accommodation per night
Trinidad & Tobago tours, tailor made
The turtle watching was amazing and emotional, watching these pre-historic animals, heave their bulk ashore to lay their eggs, we felt very privileged to witness this...It was excellent, it surpassed our expectation. (more)Laraine Bridges
Trinidad Carnival was the most exciting part of the holiday....Outstanding. (more)Pam Johnston
From £1620 - £1850 excluding flights
Weddings in Tobago
Memorable parts? Getting married at the retreat, Tobago Tips? Maybe the 'steep' climb from the beach to the accommodation might be a problem for some people. But as for everything in Tobago, for every problem Tobagonians will find a solution. Prepare for mosquitoes during day and night time. Local benefits? Yes. The accommodation is build by local people, staff is local and locally owned restaurants and shops do benefit as well. Overall rating? We spend a great two... (more)Bart De Visser
From £750 per wedding ceremony

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

We all want to be responsible when we travel, but not everyone is happy to give up luxury to do so. So what if you want a trip that’s environmentally responsible but you don’t want to give up your creature comforts? One destination which offers eco-friendly holidays in style is Trinidad and Tobago, an unspoilt island paradise where you can feel good about treating yourself. Here, in the warm Caribbean Sea, you’ll find an extensive range of deluxe accommodation from all-inclusive hotels to lodges on the beach, all managed responsibly, plus a range of eco-friendly activities to get involved in.

Due to their proximity to South America (they lie just a few miles off the coast of Venezuela) and the islands’ continental origins, Trinidad and Tobago are home to an extremely diverse range of plant and animal life. There are almost one hundred different mammals, some 400 birds and, at the last count, 617 butterflies, as well as over 2,200 species of flowering plants – so there’s plenty for wildlife enthusiasts to take in.

Your first port of call should be the Asa Wright Nature Centre on Trinidad, one of the first such centres to be established in the Caribbean and home to a staggering variety of birdlife. Set up to protect part of the Arima Valley, the Asa Wright centre is at least partly responsible for having kept this area so pristine and the reward for visitors is the chance to see squirrel cuckoos, toucans and parrots flying past the gallery, plus tufted coquettes and numerous other species of hummingbird feeding on the vervain by the reception area.

Over on Tobago more superlative birdwatching is on offer at the Cuffie River Nature Retreat where the secluded tropical rainforest is home to some 98 different species of birds including parrots, hummingbirds and owls. Stay in one of the upmarket guest rooms here and you may even find your new feathered friends will come visiting at your own private balcony.

If you’d like to make more than just a financial contribution by visiting, also on Trinidad you’ll find the Travel Foundation's turtle conservation project, which is working to prevent the decline of the leatherback turtle population, a species threatened with extinction.

Visitors can volunteer on the project at Matura beach, participating in the nightly data collection, monitoring the nesting beach and cleaning up the area. Hard work on this project can be combined with bird watching, hiking to visit the howler monkeys in the nearby forest and swimming in the river – so your hard work will be well rewarded.

Over on Tobago the Travel Foundation is also working on a marine conservation project, Tobago’s waters are home to some of the world’s most spectacular reef systems but in 2005 a mass-bleaching was caused by high sea temperatures and a record number of hurricanes in the Caribbean as a whole.

Volunteer to help care for the reef by joining this project and you’ll be given scuba gear and sent out on survey dives to collect vital information for the development of coastal habitat protection. Even novice divers can get involved as a week’s training is offered before the programme starts for those who need it.

If you don’t want to volunteer, simply stay at one of the islands’ responsibly operated hotels and you can relax in style knowing that you’ve made a contribution too. The Adventure Ecovillas resort is nestled among the tropical fauna and flora of a 12-acre nature reserve and organic farm just a moment away from one of the island’s gorgeous palm-fringed beaches. Furnished in Caribbean style, the villas have luxurious bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens and panoramic views of the nature reserve and the resort has recently been awarded the 2010 Green Leaf Award from the Environment Management Authority so you can be sure your stay is helping the environment too.

Overlooking the beautiful Bay of Castara on Tobago our Tobago beach accommodation, offers stunning views of both the Caribbean ocean and the lush green mountains of the island’s interior.

Set in lush tropical gardens complete with sun terraces, a sheltered pagoda and shady spots where you can relax under the mango trees, the retreat’s six high-quality apartments and lodges have been specially designed to allow for spacious outdoor living. In keeping with the retreat’s eco-aware philosophy, the stylish timber structures were planned to compliment to landscape – proving that development need not spoil these idyllic islands.

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