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The Best Street Food in TobagoWith a variety of local dishes to try, street food in Tobago offers everything from roti to hearty and wholesome stews. A heartland of rich and spicy cuisine, remember to go easy on the fiery pepper sauce.

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The Best Caribbean Islands For Kids

There’s LOADS of fun stuff for youngsters visiting the Caribbean to do while mum and dad are flopped out on the beach, from seaside safaris and kids’ clubs to and all sorts of child-friendly water-sports. Here are a few ideas to get you started in our rundown of the best Caribbean islands for kids.

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Caribbean Voodoo

by SarahWoods a month ago - last edited a month ago

Caribbean Voodoo

Superstitions, age-old magic and spirit-driven beliefs are common throughout the Caribbean region, where ancient old wives’ tales continue to thrive today. Every community has its own ingrained myths and legends influenced by the supernatural world - some more bizarre than others. Here we take a look at some of the most well known Caribbean voodoo superstitions worth taking note of.

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Caribbean Swimming Holidays

by SarahWoods October - last edited a month ago by Moderator

Caribbean Swimming Holidays

Dozens of open water swims offer adventurous souls the opportunity to see the Caribbean islands from the sea. With so much scenic shoreline to choose from, we’ve narrowed down the search to find the best Caribbean swimming spots for some aquatic sightseeing.

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A Caribbean Dictionary

by SarahWoods October - last edited October

Caribbean DictionaryUsing a smattering of local patois can help you converse like a Caribbean islander in a region where Creole patter rolls around the tongue with a word-rich rat-tat-tat rhythm. Take a look at our Caribbean dictionary and learn to speak like a local.

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Nature’s Island: A Quick Trinidad Guide

by SarahWoods August - last edited a month ago by Moderator

Nature's Island: A Quick Trinidad Guide

Everyone assumes that Trinidad, as the bigger island, is more rowdy and hedonistic than sleepy Tobago. Yet, while Trinidad undoubtedly has a bigger urban sprawl – with neon-lit bars, highways and traffic lights in its lively capital city – its wildest side is what it offers lovers of Mother Nature. Take a look at our quick Trinidad guide to discover nature’s island.

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