The tiny twin-island republic of Trinidad and Tobago really is a nature lover’s paradise, blessed with an abundance of wildlife thriving in its varied habitats. The islands are one of the most biodiverse sites in the Caribbean, with more than 450 bird species, 108 types of mammal and 25 amphibians, including turtles. Trinidad is home to several spectacular ecotourism attractions, including the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, home of Scarlet Ibis and manatees, and the Asa Wright Nature Centre, a birdwatchers’ delight hidden under the rainforest canopy. Trinidad also offers a range of excellent hiking trails through its lush and diverse landscapes to explore.
Tobago is a smaller, more tranquil destination, where you can relax on pristine beaches after days spent walking through unspoilt mountain ranges and coastal paths, or swimming and snorkelling in its sparkling blue bays, home to spectacular reefs boasting some 300 species of coral and tropical fish. The oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere runs along the island’s rugged spine.
At Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, we believe the best bird watching holidays are the ones where you don’t just get to see exotic birds of all kinds, but where you also get a real sense of the environments they live in, and their preferred habitats. We invite you to join one of our small, like-minded groups guided by expert leaders for an exploration of the unique birdlife and landscapes of these beautiful Caribbean islands.


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