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Trinidad and Tobago are the most southerly islands of the Caribbean, laying just north of Venezuela and Guyana, south of Grenada and Barbados, and very fortunately just below the hurricane belt. Trinidad is only seven miles off the South American coast.
Trinidad is said to be where Calypso music was born, along with limbo dancing and steel drums. Carnivals here are truly flamboyant magnificent events. Considerably livelier and more developed than its neighbouring sister island of Tobago, Trinidad offers a unique Caribbean ambience combining natural beauty with a vibrant city. The Port of Spain serves as the capital of Trinidad and is very much a major part of island life, containing sights such as the historical St. James Barracks and Woodford Square. Trinidad is considerably larger than Tobago and is home to more than ninety percent of the overall population. Trinidad was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1498, who claimed his first sighting to be that of the peaks of the Trinity Hills.
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