Trinidad and Tobago is a Caribbean nation consisting of two main islands off the coast of Venezuela. This multi-cultural country is known for its fossil-fuel wealth, white sand beaches, and biodiversity. Even though there are limited roads and generally smaller beaches, there are some great places for running on Trinidad and Tobago.
Among the best places to run on Trinidad and Tobago: On Trinidad, the larger of the two islands, Queen’s Park Savannah, a huge park in the center of the islands’ capital of Port of Spain is a top running spot. Other key locations on Trinidad include the waterfront of the Chaguaramas Boardwalk and the roads surrounding the Chaguaramas Golf Course. We’ve also pointed out the best beaches for running all over Trinidad. When it comes to running on Tobago, top spots include Pigeon Point Beach, the Tobago Plantations, and the trails of No Man’s Land and Pirate’s Bay.
Rental car travel is the best way to get around Trinidad and Tobago, although taxis are suitable for short distance travel. Taxis look like regular cars, but the license plates start with the letter “H.” There is a public bus system in major cities, but service is somewhat unreliable. If you wish to hop between the islands, there are private ferry services at Port of Spain and Scarborough.