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Cheap Flights to Trinidad and Tobago

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.

Cheapest prices for Trinidad and Tobago flights by month

January
RM 9,539
February
RM 6,479
March
RM 5,815
April
RM 4,481
May
RM 4,909
June
RM 6,819
July
RM 5,356
August
RM 7,305
September
RM 6,039
October
RM 5,192
November
RM 4,926
December
RM 5,907
Currently, April is the cheapest month in which you can book a flight to Trinidad and Tobago. Flying to Trinidad and Tobago in January will prove the most costly. There are multiple factors that influence the price of a flight so comparing airlines, departure airports and times can help keep costs down.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Trinidad and Tobago?

The cheapest flights to Trinidad and Tobago are usually found when departing on a Sunday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Saturday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Trinidad and Tobago?

Trinidad and Tobago flights can be made cheaper if you choose a flight in the evening. Booking a flight in the morning will likely mean higher prices.

Think of Trinidad and Tobago as fraternal twins – they are alike, but different in many ways. The smaller Tobago enjoys a very slow paced-lifestyle and is quite undeveloped but has attracted immigrants from all over the world to settle here in recent years. On the other hand, Trinidad is largely populated with sophisticated people and a unique vibe only found on this island.

Travellers booking flights to Trinidad and Tobago are heading into one of the wealthiest countries in the Caribbean. The country’s capital, the Port of Spain, resides in Trinidad, and is flanked by mountains to the north and scenic beaches along the north and east coasts. Flights to Trinidad and Tobago will land in Port of Spain and tourists will find themselves surrounded by skyscrapers, mosques, cathedrals and a Bazaar that would leave even the best shopper weak in the knees. Trinidad and Tobago flights drop visitors in the birthplace of steel drum bands and calypso dancing. And if you happen to be there in February then you can’t miss out on Carnival, where dancers in elaborate costumes parade the streets for two days and hundreds of steel band musicians compete against each other.

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Trinidad and Tobago climate

Trinidad and Tobago’s climate is tropical with highs of 32 degrees. Tobago receives more northeast trade winds, making it the cooler of the two islands. The wet season lasts from June to December, when most of the annual one metre of rain falls.

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When is the best time to fly to Trinidad and Tobago?

Peak season:

January to May is the dry season. The time around Carnival is the most popular time for travellers to book flights to Trinidad and Tobago.

Off season:

June to December is the rainy season. Expect sunny mornings, rainy afternoons and fair nights during the wet season. Petit Carême or Indian summer interrupts the rainy season between mid-September and mid-October. The average daytime temperature is 28 degrees. Humidity is not a factor.

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Getting around Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad: the bus service is good in general. An added bonus for travellers is that the colour-coding of each bus corresponds to its destination. For example, buses with green bands travel around the southern parts of Trinidad; yellow-banded buses go around the capital, Port of Spain. Journeys cost between $2 (£1) and $10 (£5).

Tobago: bus services are based in Scarborough and travel to most villages on the island, including Crown Point and Plymouth. Tobago buses have blue bands.

Getting between the islands by ferry: in Trinidad, most ferry services are available at the port in Port of Spain. In Tobago, ferries dock in Scarborough. There are several ferry services each day. The journey takes about five hours.

Inter-island flying: Caribbean Airlines is the principal airline for domestic Trinidad and Tobago flights. Tobago Express also offers air service between the islands

Taxis are also fairly cheap (negotiate a fare in advance) and some drivers double up as guides.

International car hire companies– on both islands – include Hertz and Thrifty. There are several local companies too. Driving is on the left.

 

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