Trinidad

Trinidad is one of the most diverse islands in the Caribbean, offering a vibrant metropolitan area and a range of natural features to explore. The lush northern coast, with its golden beaches, crescent bays and headlands is backed by forested mountains where there is good hiking and excellent birdwatching. Elsewhere there are swamps, mangroves and wetlands, home to innumerable birds and other creatures such as manatee or caymans. In the south are unusual geological features such as the Pitch Lake, a huge area of tar, and active mud volcanoes.

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