Trinidad and Tobago is an island country comprised of two islands. Of the two, Trinidad is the largest, and home to three mountain ranges, beautiful beaches (especially those in the north) and amazing mangrove swamps and lakes. Tobago, the smallest of the two, is home to one mountain range, and more pristine, remote spots to discover on a horseback riding adventure.
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Best time to visit
January to May, when there is less rain
How to get there
Airport (10 km/7 miles from the capital, Scarborough) is located in Tobago
The climate in Trinidad and Tobago is hot and tropical year-round with temperatures that range around 31 °C(88 °F)
Trinidad and Tobago is an island country to the south of the West Indies, just off the South American coast. These two islands are vibrant and colorful, in their landscapes and people. The largest and most populated of the two islands in Trinidad, which is home to Port of Spain, the capital. Its north beaches are famous for their beauty, and the island is also known for its three mountain ranges and a wide variety of landscapes. Most ranches and stables are located in the north of the island too, where there are plenty of eco-resorts and wildlife areas. Most of the stables and ranches in Tobago are in the southwest and near amazing beaches. In the north of the island, the Main Ridge Forest Reserve is another hot spot for outdoor adventures and will let you truly appreciate the local wildlife, although hiking is the most popular activity there. Whichever the preference, go with a local certified guide and let them show you the best places in Trinidad and Tobago for horseback riding!
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