"Music, dance, fun and excitement bring together both locals and tourists in what is said to be one of the most important and heated events taking place in Trinidad & Tobago; in fact, its one of the countrys main highlights, attracting people from all over the globe.
Carnival celebrations begin right after Christmas and culminate in the two days preceding Ash Wednesday. They include non-stop large open-air parties or concerts (fetes), parades, theatrical performances, costume displays and contests and, of course, the national music, calypso and soca.
Bear in mind that this is the peak season and that rooms should be booked well in advance for this period, particularly if you wish to attend the final Carnival celebrations."
Considered as the land of the Humming Bird, Trinidad and Tobago has a good number of Indian populations. For that reason, Hindu festivals, customs, traditions and observances forms an integral part of the society, which comprises the unique beauty of the twin island state. The Diwali celebration has a unique flavor here in the Caribbean island nation. Here 43 per cent of the 1.3 million populations are ethnic Indians.
Pan Jazz Festival
"Port of Spain, Trinidad
The Pan Jazz Festival, held for three days in November, is a formal assemblage of pan drummers and jazz musicians"
Tobago's Heritage Festival runs for two weeks in late July and it arguably the major event on the island. This is their annual celebration of their heritage via music, dance and eats."