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Places to Visit in Trelawny Jamaica

With the establishment of several of Jamaica’s best resorts...

Fort King George

Much like Fort George in Trinidad, this mountaintop fort mixes stunning...

Caroni Swamp & Bird Sanctuary

The Caroni Swamp is a 12,000-acre swamp located on...

Argyle Waterfalls Tobago

Argyle Waterfalls is Tobago’s highest waterfall and no doubt...

Queen’s Park Savannah: The Heart of Trinidad’s Capital

This is Port of Spain’s largest open recreational space...
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Top Beaches to Visit in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago’s coastlines boast some of the most stunning beaches in the Caribbean. Some are perfect for a relaxing day of sunbathing while...

7 Places You Must Visit in Westmoreland

The most western parish in Jamaica aptly named Westmoreland features one of the island’s most bustling tourist towns - Negril. With some of the...

Maracas Bay: Trinidad’s Most Popular Beach

Probably the most popular beach in Trinidad is Maracas Bay on the north coast, a winding 30-minute drive along the mountainside from the capital...

Tobago Forest Reserve: One with Nature

If you are a lover of nature and all is uniqueness then Tobago has the perfect attraction for you. The Tobago Main Ridge Forest...

La Brea Pitch Lake a natural wonder

The La Brea Pitch Lake is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world, estimated to contain 10 million tons. It is located...

Columbus Bay the edge of Trinidad

Columbus Bay is a 4km stretch of white sand beach located in the extreme south of Trinidad. This is the place Christopher Columbus first...
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Celebrating 60 Years

The Empress of Reggae Music Marcia Griffiths

Dubbed the empress of reggae music, long time musical...

Meet Mr. Bombastic- Shaggy

Shaggy, who took his stage name from the ‘Scooby...

Chronixx the face of modern reggae

Jamar Rolando McNaughton popularly known as Chronixx, is a...
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