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After 35-year absence, Trinidad and Tobago rejoins UNWTO

“We are very happy to welcome Trinidad and Tobago back into the organization, a country which was in fact a founding member of UNWTO as it pertained to the International Union of Official Travel ‎

PM of Trinidad and Tobago urges: find ways to develop tourism...

A majestic performance that is captivating and reflects the inner energies of the Caribbean, was how Acting Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Winston Dookeran summed up the official opening ceremo

Revitalizing the vision of the Caribbean

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti – The Ministry of Foreign and Affairs and Worship of Haiti in conjunction with the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), officially launched the V Summit of Heads of State and

Association of Caribbean States dedicated to development of Greater Caribbean

PANAMA CITY, Panama – “There is a new dynamism and new perspectives of growth and development which plays a very important role in the international arena and they promote the way in which decisio

New daily service between Toronto and Trinidad and Tobago

WestJet Airlines, based in Canada, began its new daily service between Toronto and Port of Spain on Friday, November 16, 2012.

Commonwealth Sports Awards names Kirani James male athlete of the year

At an impressive ceremony attended by many former and current athletic stars and administrators at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Trinidad, awards and accolades were given at the 30th annual Commonwealth

Unique food exposition in Tobago celebrates gold anniversary

When one thinks of culinary art Tobago’s coastal village of Bloody Bay may not be the first place that comes to mind.

Trinidad and Tobago join global coastline cleanup

Committed to starting a “sea of change” to ensure our coastlines remain unspoiled for future generations, Trinidad and Tobago will join the global community in hosting the 2012 International Coast

Trinidad and Tobago celebrate 50th anniversary of independence

Trinidad and Tobago is set to celebrate in splendor, as the country observes 50 years as an independent nation on August 31.

Trinidad and Tobago renews focus to deliver value to visitors

Trinidad and Tobago has renewed its focus to delivering value to visitors by building strategic relationships with tourism partners and stakeholders.

Nicki Minaj presents Trinidad and Tobago as music video backdrop

Trinidadian rapper and BET Award Winner Nicki Minaj has unveiled her latest music video ‘Pound the Alarm’ as a cinematic tribute to her homeland’s natural beauty, Carnival, and culture.

The exotic flavors of Trinidad and Tobago’s Angostura

Trinidad and Tobago has long been known for exotic flavors, the legacy of a melting pot of ethnicities and cultures.

Trinidad and Tobago prepares for dynamic and engaging 2013 conference program

The vibrant heritage and multi-cultural lifestyle of Trinidad and Tobago will be on show from July 29 to August 4 as the 11th annual Travel Professionals of Color (TPOC) Conference, for only the secon

Small Tourism Enterprises Project recognized as Caribbean trendsetter

The Organization of American States (OAS) has recognized Trinidad and Tobago’s Small Tourism Enterprises Project (STEP), which is managed by the Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC), as a Carib

Trinidad and Tobago work to save over a million turtle eggs

PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO, West Indies - On Tuesday, July 10, 2012, a team from the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, led by its Minister, the Honorable Ganga Singh, toured the G

Trinidad and Tobago safeguarding turtle nesting

The Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of tourism said it is deeply saddened by the unfortunate statements circulating in the media on the “assumed” destruction of the turtle nesting ground at the Grande

BET Award winner returns home for video shoot

Nicki Minaj, winner of the BET award for Best Female Hip Hop Artist, returned to the land of her birth, Trinidad and Tobago, on July 3, to kick-off the shoot for her fourth video, “Pound the Alarm,

IPI holds World Congress in Caribbean for first time

The Trinidad and Tobago Convention Bureau is pleased to announce that for the first time, the International Press Institute (IPI) World Congress will be held in the Caribbean and only for the second t

Nonstop flights from UK to Caribbean

Caribbean Airlines, the region’s leading carrier, is now bringing Europe closer to Trinidad with the commencement of its nonstop service to Gatwick, United Kingdom, which took to the air on Friday,

Pot Spoon Throw Down to highlight Trinidad and Tobago’s culinary heritage

Depending on which village or town you visit in Trinidad and Tobago, you are sure to get a different flavor and experience a different spin on signature local dishes.

New initiatives for Greater Caribbean small and medium enterprises

PORT OF SPAIN – The Secretariat of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) is part of the coordinating organizations, which will be hosting a Training Seminar on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs

Baton passes to Trinidad and Tobago for next year’s Sustainable Tourism...

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – In a symbolic passing of the “baton,” Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Tourism, Raye Sandy, received the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO

Expanding Carnival in Trinidad

At the recent ITB conference in Berlin, Germany, Johnson Johnrose of the Caribbean Tourism Organization, had the opportunity to speak with Mr.

Board of directors of Trinidad Tourism Development Company dismissed

The board of directors of the Tourism Development Company (TDC) has been dismissed.

Trinidad and Tobago’s state of emergency

Trinidad & Tobago are suffering from a current state of emergency and curfew.

Travel news: Another alternative to and from Trinidad as of November...

(eTN) - As of November 10, 2010 not only will Grenadians have another international carrier to transport them to New York, but the same airline will also have seats available for those who wish to dis

Tourism related blog makes interesting reading

Derren Joseph from Trinidad wrote of his blog about the new drive behind the creole tropical islands of the Seychelles.

WTTC confirms increasing importance of travel and tourism to Trinidad &...

Travel and tourism is increasingly important to the Caribbean state of Trinidad and Tobago, generating an estimated 10.6 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2009 – TTD14,116.9

Tobago’s tourism on brink of collapse

In light of all the latest developments internationally on the economic and tourism front, coupled with bad strategic planning from Trinidad's Ministry Of Tourism and the Tourism Development Company,

Tobago prepares to host Carnival Regatta 2009

For the past 26 years, Tobago’s regatta has garnered the attention of serious racers and fun-seeking sailors from around the world.