Trinidad & Tobago Office

The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago comprises two (2) islands. Trinidad, the larger, has an area of about 4827 square km (1886 square miles). This makes it roughly the size of the State of Delaware. Tobago is smaller, with an area of about 300 square km (117 square miles). Strategically located at the southern end of the chain of Caribbean Islands and just off the north-eastern shoulder of South America, Trinidad is about 11 km (6.8 miles) off the eastern coast of Venezuela, while Tobago is about 32.2 km (20 miles) to the north-east of Trinidad.

Population

The population of Trinidad and Tobago is estimated at 1.224 million . It comprises a mix of persons from every ethnic background, living in harmony.

Religious tolerance allows for active observance of many faiths including, Christian, Hindu and Islam.

Language

The official language is English. Facilities exist for foreign language dealings and translations, as may be required.

Urban Centres

Port of Spain is the largest city and administrative capital of the Republic. San Fernando is the second city and industrial capital. The most important industrial centre is at Point Lisas in Central Trinidad. Scarborough is the administrative capital of Tobago.

Currency

The currency unit is the Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TT$). A managed floating exchange rate is in effect, with some degree of monitoring and control exerted through the Central Bank. The TT$ is pegged to the US$, and has slowly depreciated against the US dollar falling from TT$6.273= US$1.00 in 2002 to TT$6.404 in 2014 (est.).

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