For a Cheap Caribbean Holiday, Choose Trinidad and Tobago!

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Many people who have traveled to the Caribbean would tell you that the biggest factor determining how much it will cost is which island you choose to visit. The Caribbean has so many options, from Mustique, the private island retreat famous for being the beach holiday of Mick Jagger and famous movie stars, to less expensive Trinidad and Tobago, which offer the same amazing beaches for a fraction of the cost of the more upscale islands.

Trinidad Tobago are a natural paradise…if you love eco-tours check out these new tours:

Nanan Ecotours takes you to see Trinidad's natural wonders and wildlife.

Nanan Ecotours takes you to see Trinidad’s natural wonders and wildlife.

Nanan’s Caroni Swamp Bird Sanctuary Tours

With more than 70 years of experience in the travel tours industry, Nanan’s Caroni Swamp Bird Sanctuary Tours is embarking on a new innovative venture in the Caroni Swamp on the west coast of Trinidad, offering kayaking to visitors in an effort to boost soft sport tourism and give visitors an alternative way to explore the sanctuary.

Radical Sports Tobago

Offering sports enthusiasts brand new kite board rental racks as well as the latest 2013 gear for windsurfing and kite boarding, Radical Sports Tobago will begin teaching International Kiteboarding Organization (IKO) and its European equivalent, Internationaler Ausbildungsverbund (VDWS), licensed courses as of November 2012. Radical Sports will also feature new kite storage facilities, stand up paddle boards and kayaks as of this fall.

Of course if these sound like a little too much work, you can always just enjoy a festival, of which there are many in TT. Parang, a popular folk music, is a holiday favorite in Trinidad and Tobago with the parang season officially taking place from October 6, 2012 to January 6, 2013.

Parang festivities continue at the Paramin Parang Festival. A simple farming community known as a mecca for Parang, Paramin comes alive during the Christmas season and is home to one of the country’s most anticipated musical events.

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