Discover is a travel guide aimed both at international tourists and visitors planning a trip or vacation to the islands – whether for an eco adventure, business trip, or beach holiday – and at local Trinidadians and Tobagonians looking to know and explore more about their native islands.
Published every year since 1991, Discover Trinidad & Tobago is one of the most trusted guides to Trinidad & Tobago simply because it is produced by people who know this country and care about getting it right. Our experienced team of writers, editors and photographers come from varied backgrounds and perspectives: some born and raised in Tobago or Trinidad, others who have come from across the globe and fallen in love with these islands and people.
Discover can help anyone wishing to learn more about Trinidad and Tobago – whether out and about exploring and adventuring, or laying back and learning more about this rich twin-island nation. Our comprehensive coverage of Trinidad and Tobago – from arts and culture to eco adventures, accommodation to sports, planning flights and transportation and more – can help anyone plan anything from a day trip or weekend escape, to a full-on an adventure holiday or leisurely vacation. It might take a lifetime to truly experience all that the islands have to offer, but at least we can show you where to start.
Standards & Feedback
The country’s tourism authorities run an annual inspection programme called the Trinidad & Tobago Tourism Industry Certification (TTTIC), particularly for accommodation (hotels, gueshouses, and bed & breakfast establishments). A special logo is used to indicate approval. The most recent information can be found at the TDC (Tourism Development Company) tourism website. We publish these lists in our print magazine and on our website as soon as they become available. Advertising in Discover is open to anybody, but does not imply editorial endorsement or participation in the TTTIC programme; use of advertisers’ services is at your own discretion and risk.
Every effort has been made to ensure that factual information in Discover Trinidad & Tobago is correct when we publish it. But things change and develop swiftly, so we can make no guarantees about its ongoing accuracy. If you find any errors, omissions, new information you would like to bring to the editor’s attention, or any comments about Discover, we take feedback seriously and would be delighted to hea