Tobago is the smaller of two islands known as the twin-island state of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The most south of all of the Caribbean islands, Trinidad and Tobago is at the foot of the Windward Island archipelago which stretches from Venezuela to Martinique in the north.
Tobago is luxuriantly forested with an abundant water supply and mountainous terrain marked by waterfalls and mountain pools around the course small rivers. Protecting Tobago’s coastline are miles of coral reef harboring a wide variety of marine life which feeds on the fertile convergence of two seas. The mean annual temperature is 32 degrees C (89 degrees F) with an average rainfall of 200 cm (40 inches). Dry season is from January to May and wet season is from June to December.
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