Trinidad and Tobago Transportation

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Trinidad and Tobago Transportation

  • Ferry from Port of Spain to Scarborough

    If you take the Ferry from Port of Spain to Scarborough and plan on returning, buy a return ticket when you leave Port of Spain. Scarborough ferry terminal is poorly run and choatic. The employees make up their own rules. If you do get stranded, flights from Tobago to Trinidad are cheaper than you would expect.

  • Ferry between Trinidad and Tobago

    My family and I visited Trinidad at Christmastime. I had planned to book a ferry ride to Tobago when we arrived to Trinidad. Unfortunately, when we arrived, we were told the ferries were all booked until after our departure date. Our only option was to go to the ferry terminal, (at the corner of Wrightson Rd. and St. Vincent Street in Port of...

  • Flights

    there are flights that will take u into this country from most parts of the is a very important tourist country in the caribbean and is well known for their beautiful beaches and carnival.

  • Sherman's Auto Rentals, Tobago

    After bad experiences with car rental companies in Port of Spain (see my comments on Econo Car Rental and Southern Sales) we had a positive surprise on Tobago with Sherman. I made reservations from home by email within one evening. They answered my emails within less than an hour! When we landed at Crown Point on Tobago the car was ready, clean and...

  • 4WD Car Rentals

    Best way to get around in Tobago is by rental car.Rental cars are cheap to rent. (40 - 60 dollars a day.)We asked for a day andpaid for that day only. And they came to pick up the car 4 days later.(They didn't hire itso they didn't need it....the caribbean way.)And filling up the car is a relief, as it was about 0,35 eurocents for a liter of gas...

  • Rental car in Tobago

    Roads are in fairly good condition and for the most part drivers are surprisingly cautious of oncoming traffic. Blind curves can make for a harrowing journey at times, but getting around the island would be much more difficult without a car. It was well worth the $265/8 days. Rocky's Rentals out of Crown Point was terrific, meeting us at the ferry...

  • hitchhiking in Tobago

    One of the easiest ways of traveling about Tobago is to hitchhike. If your female take the precaution of only accepting a lift from other women. Just stick your thumb out and in no time a car will stop. People don`t expect payment but its nice to offer a few TT dollars at the end of your trip. If you are asked for money before you get in the car...

  • Hire Car is a MUST

    Trinidad is a Country best navigated by Car. It will give you the independence and the safety that the local taxi's lack.The drive from the International (Piarco) Airport to the capital Port of Spain is about 30 minutes. It takes a course along the Beetham Highway. The Highway is flanked by Cane Fields on the South Side and Shanty town to the...

  • Maxi Taxis or Shared Taxis

    This form of Transportation is only for BUDGET and RISK TAKING travellers, and should be avoided if you are European looking or clean cut.There are two types of travel Options:1. Maxi Taxi's - are mini buses that normally service Routes that are well utilised by the locals. They are always stopping to drop-off and pick-up new passengers along the...

  • Private Taxi's - another option

    Private Taxi's are another legitimate way of travelling around Port of Spain. There are several reputable companies including: Piarco Airport Taxi Co (669-0282), Kalloo's Taxis (622-9073 ) etc. These are private taxis that will have Number Plates starting with "H" - i.e Hire Car.

  • Car rental

    A rental car is essential, when staying in Tobago. Many hotels and villas are in quite isolated areas and a rental car gives you freedom to go wherever and whenever you want so that you don't allways have to rely on taxis. It is a great way to tour the island, lots of nice places to see, but beware...roads can be in quite horrible condition plus...

  • Hitchhiking

    Everybody does it, the locals I mean. They stand on the side of the road and indicate with their thump the direction they wish to go from the next junction. It is a good way of getting around for them and doesn't cost much.But as a tourist, you should be careful. The locals know each other, but you don't. You have no way of knowing who you're...

  • Taxis

    Taxis are a good way to get around in Tobago if you're not willing to learn using the local transportation system, which can be complicated to understand. Generally taxis are reliable (not the cars exatcly...or at least they don't allways look so reliable), but do ask the price beforehand. Taxis cost about 60 TT for a journey from Crown Point to...

  • Drive yourself

    Rent a car across the street from the airport and drive all over the island. You won't get lost. The roads are windy in places but in good condition.We usually get a jeep but you could use a car just as well.

  • Cabs in Tobago

    There are two ways to get around Tobago. One, take a cab driven by a certified cab driver. They wear blue uniforms if I remember right. The cabs are also not very cheap. Two, stick your hand out on any road and catch a ride with someone. It's sounds strange, but it is quite safe and really cheap. It is also very much the custom in Tobago. My...

  • Most Major airlines service...

    Most Major airlines service the Trinidad route, and Tobago has several independent carriers. The national airline is Bwia Ltd. or Bwee.Their web site is www.bwee.comThe best way to get around if you are not renting a car in Trinidad is by Maxi Taxis. These 12 and 24 seater mini buses ply most routes in Trinidad and the hub is at City Gate in South...

  • MaxiTaxi

    These vans run continually around Trinidad. For instance a cab from Maraval to Maracas Bay would run you $25US but if you stand on the side of Saddle Road and wait for the white van with the yellow striping, you can get there for $1US. Same deal coming back, although if you go very far down toward POS you'll hit another zone and it'll go up another...

  • By FerryThe Port...

    By Ferry The Port Authority maintains ferry service every day except Saturday between Trinidad and Tobago, although flying is preferable because the seas can be very rough. The ferry leaves once a day (from St. Vincent Street Jetty in Port-of-Spain and from the cruise-ship complex in Scarborough); the trip takes about five hours. The round-trip...

  • Public transport in T & T is...

    Public transport in T & T is excellent - check out any guide book for details about the colour-coded 'maxi-taxis' (minibuses, which run about one every 30 seconds on popular routes) and 'route taxis' (shared rides in licensed and unlicensed cars) - both are very inexpensive means of getting around, used by most Trinis. Private taxis (for single...

  • Very easy to get around in...

    Very easy to get around in Trinidad by route-taxis, maxi-taxis and buses. The route-taxis and buses are our preferred way to travel in Tobago, we like to ride the bus meeting locals, with better views of the whole route, even though the bus schedule for the whole island as posted at the main terminal in Scarborough is quite short and sweet, we...

  • Coming from the north...

    Coming from the north Caribbean Star has flights from Grenada.In the south BWIA, offers daily flights from Caracas to Port of SpainThere is a public transport system with air-conditioned buses.The Maxi buses are color coded depending on the area being travelled, these can be used.Taxis are available at prices close to that offered by the buses for...

  • Flying in to Piarco Airport...

    Flying in to Piarco Airport best. It is about 45 minutes by car from the capital ( Port of Spain ). You can fly into Tobago ( Crown Point ) and then fly over to Piarco with Air Caribbean ( Shake & Bake ! )Most exciting way to get around is public transport. Several types - Route Taxi which looks like a normal taxi but follows a route and picks up...

  • Via air from Toronto, New York...

    Via air from Toronto, New York etc. If you have a yacht there is quite a yachting community in Trinidad. Great facilities for docking for a time - even repairing your craft.Renting a car is the best way if you are brave enough. Remember they drive on the left side of the road, though! Always be super super cautious in all traffic situations. Never...

  • It's an island. Well, two...

    It's an island. Well, two islands to be correct. By plane or by boat. By plane: BWIA or British Airways from London.Check out others Like Condor at your travel agency.You can rent-a-car or take a bus. In Trinidad you have the so-called Maxi-Taxi. Hop on and hop off, it's an easy way to get around in the cities but if you want to see the island,...

  • To see Tobago,rent a car or...

    To see Tobago,rent a car or jeep and see the island. In Trinidad I prefer to use the Maxi-taxis if i have time to travel but be prepared for frequent stops. Route taxis are more expensive but are alot faster.

  • by plane:from Germany by...

    by plane:from Germany by CONDORfrom London by BWIAvia Trinidad by BWIAtaxi or rent a carroads are bad and narrow - on the picture you can see the mainroad to charlottsville!also public bus service

  • There is very good...

    There is very good transportation in Trinidad and Tobago. You can go by bus but also with Maxi Taxies which goes from A to B. They are very cheap and goes almost anywhere. Ordinary taxies seems to charge you extra because you are tourists.

  • In Tobago - Stand at the side...

    In Tobago - Stand at the side of the road and stick your hand out when cars approach travelling in the direction you want to go. It costs 3 tt dollars to travel in one of the many 'Three dollar cabs'.Most locals travel this way - BUT NOT AT NIGHT!

  • There are several options, but...

    There are several options, but take a Maxi Taxi if you get a chance. Head to the depot at Port of Spain during rush hour and you will be faced with a scene! They are mini-buses that have some of the best stereo speakers you'll ever find--and they play really great music, the people will rush on even before the bus makes a complete stop (my friend...

  • Flights from UK to Trinidad or...

    Flights from UK to Trinidad or Tobago.Direct flights from New York, Miami or Toronto.Maxi Taxi and your rented car


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