KITESURFING HOLIDAYS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Trinidad and Tobago, the twin islands that are located in the Caribbean Sea, near to the coast of Venezuela, offers the visitors an ideal kitesurfing destination. Tourists will discover Calypso music, limbo dance, Steelpan steel drums and the colourful carnival; every sound is transformed in music and every step is turned into dance in the heavenly coasts of Trinidad and Tobago. Because of the tropical climate, waters are always warm and there are different wind conditions, which allow kitesurfers to practice different techniques depending on the wind direction. Kitesurfing holidays in Trinidad and Tobago will allow you to discover one of the most amazing cultures and to live a unique kitesurfing experience.
TRAVEL HEALTH FOR TOBAGO
Travellers to Trinidad and Tobago are required to show proof of a yellow fever vaccination but only if travelling from a contaminated locale. Although this the only health requirement visitors to Trinidad and Tobago must meet, a vaccination against hepatitis A is recommended since it is a frequently occurring disease on the island. Vaccinations against tuberculosis and hepatitis B are sometimes recommended.
TOBAGO ENTRY REQUIRMENT
There are no visa requirements for UK citizens entering Tobago. You will need to pay a £10 departure tax. UK / EU passport holders: A full 10 year passport valid until at least 6 months after date of return. You will need to ensure you have correct documentation for your holiday including a full passport valid for the minimum period beyond your planned return date. You may also require a visa. Your passport must be valid for at least three months after the end of your proposed visit. You may be asked to prove that you have a return or onward travel ticket, or the means to purchase such travel and you will also be asked for a fixed address for the period of your stay. Visas are not required for holiday visitors
TOBAGO TRAVEL MONEY
The official currency is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TT$). Banks will exchange a number of foreign currencies, but you’ll generally get better rates for US dollars or Euros. American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa are accepted by most banks, shops and tourist facilities. A number of ATMs take debit and credit cards in both Trinidad and Tobago.