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      Trinidad Tobago Information
The cluster of islands in the south of Caribbean is located the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is situated off the shore of northeastern Venezuela and south of Grenada in the Lesser Antilles. The island has the water borders with Barbados on the northeast, Guyana on the southeast, and Venezuela on the south and west. The total area of the nation is about 5,128 square kilometers or 1,980 sq mi. The two major islands of the nation are Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad is the biggest island of the nation and it has about 94% of total area. To the exterior of hurricane belt is the nation located. Spanish were the first settlers in the island of Trinidad in the year 1498 after 18 warships on February 18, 1797. Spanish, British, French, Dutch and Courlander immigrants occupied the island of Tobago one by one in that period. In the Treaty of Amiens in the year 1802, the islands Trinidad and Tobago surrendered to the British. In the year 1962 the nation got its freedom. The nation became republic in the year 1976. Trinidad and Tobago Island's festival is very famous and it is home for steelpan, calypso, soca, and limbo.

      Trinidad Tobago Recreation, Culture and Attractions
The Trinidad and Tobago culture is pressurized by African, Indian, Chinese, Amerindian, British, Spanish, and French and Portuguese cultures. Each of the two islands Trinidad and Tobago has dissimilarity in the cultures. The official language of this country is English. Football and cricket are well attracted games of the nation. The festival initiated by the French colonizers from the eighteenth century is celebrated in a grand way. The Carnival begings on Monday morning, from 4 am to sunrise. This was called as J'ouvert. It was assumed that the festival costumed and covered by the darkness J'ouvert permitted the rich to blend with the deprived in virtual ambiguity. Monday night was a function night. The mountainous regions, beaches, and reefs are popular on both islands. The carnival, Maracas Bay, Las Cuevas beach, Pitch Lake, Fort George, Queen's Park Savannah, St. James, Sangre Grande, San Juan are the major visitor's destinations of the country of Trinidad and Tobago. The calypso and steel band music are well attracted here. Apart from carnival the Muslim festival of Hosein, and the Hindu festival of lights, Dewali are also celebrated in this country. Cricket and football are the well liked sports in this nation.

      Trinidad Tobago Demographics
Trinidad Tobago Total Population - 1,227,505
Trinidad Tobago Male Population - 621,631
Trinidad Tobago Female Population - 605,874
Trinidad Tobago East Indian/Indo-Trinidadian Population - 491,002
Trinidad Tobago Blacks/African/Afro-Trinidadian Population - 460,314
Trinidad Tobago Mixed Population - 251,638
Trinidad Tobago White Population - 7,365
Trinidad Tobago Chinese and others Population - 14,730

      Trinidad Tobago Education
The education in the islands of Trinidad and Tobago is obligatory from the ages 5 to 16 and is provided for no cost. Mostly all the people are educated here with literacy rate more than 98%. The primary and secondary students of the nation get transport, books and meals without any charge by the government. The education system of the islands Trinidad and Tobago is influenced by the British system of education. Primary education starts at an age of five and lasts for seven years. A student is permitted for the secondary education based on the grades obtained in the entrance exam known as Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA). The secondary education lasts for minimum of five years. The CSEC (Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate) examinations are conducted. These exams are equal to the British GCE O levels. The candidates clearing the exam can carry on with high school education of two years and will be applicable for the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) which is same as GCE A levels. The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) conducts the two examinations. Tertiary education in the nation is also provided at no cost. University of the West Indies (UWI), the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) and the University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) are some of the major universities of the nation.

Trinidad Tobago Symbols

Image of Trinidad Tobago flag

Image of Trinidad Tobago flower

Image of Trinidad Tobago bird
Trinidad Tobago Flag
Trinidad Tobago Flower
Soufriere Tree
Trinidad Tobago Bird
St Vincent Parrot

Image of Trinidad Tobago anthem

Image of Trinidad Tobago motto
Trinidad Tobago Anthem
"Saint Vincent Land So Beautiful"
Trinidad Tobago Motto
"Peace and justice"

      Trinidad Tobago History
Columbus discovered the island of Trinidad in the year 1498. Arawaks were the pioneers to settle in Trinidad. Carib Indians were the first to settle in Tobago. Spanish ruled the island of Trinidad till the year 1802. In that year the Spanish surrendered Trinidad to Britain. In the year 1834 the slavery was eradicated from the islands. Trinidad and Tobago was developed into a single colony in the year 1889. In 1925 a part of sovereignty was introduced. Later the nation was division of the West Indies Federation 1958 to 1962. The country got its freedom on Aug. 31, 1962 and it became republic on Aug. 1, 1976. In 1970 the worry was the primary source of rebellion, disputes, and an army revolt to stop the overseas pressure over the economy. These actions provoked a state of crisis nearly for two years. Eric Williams is known as "Father of the Nation" and was a leader of the People's National Movement (PNM) ruled from 1956 to 1981. The leading UNC Party and the PNM Party achieved 18 seats each in the elections which were held in 2001. In the elections of 2010 Kamla Persad-Bissessar was elected as the nation's first female prime minister.

      Trinidad Tobago Tourism
In the country of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad has many tourist destinations. The capital city of Trinidad is Port of Spain is a worth watching. Beaches and rainforests are very famous here. San Fernando Hill, Arima, Pointe-a-Pierre, Point Fortin and Point Lisas are other cities of the island of Trinidad. Tobago is not well expanded. The beaches on the western side are very beaches are very attractive. In Tobago one can enjoy the scuba diving, with the Buccoo Reef and its manta rays footing and the well-preserved rainforest on the east. The capital city of Tobago is Scarborough. The carnival, Maracas Bay, Las Cuevas beach, Pitch Lake, Fort George, Queen's Park Savannah, St. James, Sangre Grande, San Juan are the major visitor's destinations of the country of Trinidad and Tobago. Blanchisseuse, Chaguaramas, Mayaro Bay, Saline Bay, Manzanilla, Toco and Balandra Bay are some of the various beaches of the island.

      Trinidad Tobago Transportation
The transport system of the island of Trinidad and Tobago a Caribbean nation has different modes. The chief airport of the country is Piarco International Airport. About 8,320 km or 5,170 mi roads are there in the nation. The total paved roads are of 4,252 km or 2,642 mi. The island of Tobago does not have proper roads for the two wheelers. The road transportation is managed by the Public Service Transport Corporation in the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad's rail system was off the tracks. The major port of the country is Port-of-Spain. For oil transporting the terminals mostly used are Brighton, Chaguaramas, Pointea-Pierre, and Point Fortin.

      Trinidad Tobago Taxes
Trinidad Tobago Country Corporate Tax - 25%
Trinidad Tobago Country Income Tax - 25%
Trinidad Tobago Country VAT Tax - 15%
Trinidad Tobago Country Dividends to individuals - 15%
Trinidad Tobago Country Royalties to individuals - 20%

      Trinidad Tobago Universities
University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago - Students 36,417
University of the Southern Caribbean, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
University of Trinidad and Tobago, Wallerfield, Trinidad and Tobago

      Trinidad Tobago Religions
Trinidad Tobago Roman Catholicism Population is 29.4%
Trinidad Tobago Hinduism Population is 23.8%
Trinidad Tobago Anglicanism Population is 10.9%
Trinidad Tobago Muslim Population is 5.8%
Trinidad Tobago Presbyterianism Population is 3.4%
Trinidad Tobago Other Population is 26.7%

      Trinidad Tobago Corporations
      Regional corporations
Couva-Tabaquite-Talparo Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 62,779
Diego Martin Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 105,720
Rio Claro-Mayaro Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 33,480
Penal-Debe Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 83,609
Princes Town Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 91,947
Sangre Grande Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 1,600,000
San Juan-Laventille Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 157,295
Siparia Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 81,917
Tunapuna-Piarco Regional Corporation, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 203,975
      Borough corporations
The Royal Borough of Arima, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 35,000
Borough of Chaguanas, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 100,000
Point Fortin, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 19,056
      City corporations
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 49,031
San Fernando, Trinidad Tobago, Population - Ward
Tobago, Trinidad Tobago, Population - 54,000

      Trinidad Tobago Government
The country of Trinidad and Tobago is a republic country. It has a two-party system. The parliamentary system is bicameral and depends on the Westminster system. The President directs the nation of Trinidad and Tobago. The regime is lead by the Prime Minister. An Electoral College which comprises of members of both houses of Parliament chooses the President. By the general voting which is held after a term of five years, the Prime Minister is selected. In the island of Tobago separate elections are also held. They are chosen for the Tobago House of Assembly. There are two chambers in Parliament. They are the Senate with 31 seats and the House of Representatives with 41 seats. The President selects the members of Senate. The country of Trinidad and Tobago has 14 municipal corporations. They are two cities, three boroughs, and nine Regions. Elections are held for every three years. Trinidad and Tobago is one of the top members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM).

      Trinidad Tobago Parks
The National Parks guards the nation's natural inheritance. Maracas National Park situated in the northern Trinidad of Trinidad and Tobago is a very popular tourist destination of the country. There are the rocky hillsides enclosed in sultry vegetation declining abruptly into the sea. This park has a beach. From the west above Seat Deau bay in the direction of a cape is the Maracas beach. Another national park of this country is Chaguaramas National Park. The region of this park is mainly called as what's inland. It has extensive stretch of plains and virgin jungles. The confined region has low lying mountains of the western end of the Northern Range. One can have a look of waterfalls and amazing mountain views.

      Trinidad Tobago Geography
The islands Trinidad and Tobago are located in the southeastern islands of the Antilles. The island is positioned at 10 2' and 11 12' N latitude and 60 30' and 61 56' W longitude. The Venezuelan coast is only 11 kilometers or 6.8 mi. The area of the two islands is 5,128 km2 or 1,980 sq mi. The other regions of the country are Chacachacare, Monos, Huevos, Gaspar Grande (or Gasparee), Little Tobago, and St. Giles Island. The total area of Trinidad is around 4,768 km2 or 1,841 sq mi which equals to nearly 93% of the total area. The total area of Tobago is around 300 km2 or 120 sq mi which covers only 5.8% of the total area. The Northern Range at El Cerro del Aripo located at 940 meters or 3,080 ft is the peak point of the nation. The weather is tropical. Trinidad has a wide range of soils and the most of them are superior sands and heavy clays. The alluvial valleys of are the most fertile. The majority of the productive soils are present in the Northern Range and the East-West Corridor of the country.

      Trinidad Tobago Economy
The economy of the island of Trinidad mainly depends on the petroleum industry. It also depends on the other sectors like tourism and manufacturing. The country of Trinidad and Tobago stands in the 69th position in the world for the high income economies. The liquefied natural gas (LNG), petrochemicals and steel industries have gained a lot in this nation. The projects for petrochemical, aluminum, and plastics are in the development stage. The nation of Trinidad and Tobago is known for its being the direction as Caribbean producer of oil and gas. The development of Atlantic LNG in last six years twisted the nation as Trinidad and Tobago as the major single-sustained segment of economic augmentation. The infrastructure of the country is fine by the local standards.

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