Discussion in 'Trinidad & Tobago' started by forti6, Oct 15, 2013.
Trinidad and Tobago Dollars) for 6 days not including flights.
The Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago is what Rio de Janeiro is to South America...T&T carnival is awesome. Head there a couples of week before the actual carnival date so take part in the pre-Carnival parties, which start weeks before.
Trinidad and Tobago Carnival pre celebrations
Trinidad's Carnival is awesome no doubt and like the last poster says do go there before the main celebration kicks off. the Carnival itself is laid back when compared to the pre celebrations like the "J'Ouvert" celebration where everyone gets covered in mud, men dressed as women or costumed in nightgowns and waving chamber pots, party till daylight on the streets.
Trinidad Carnival Vs Rio Carival
I like Rio's amazing carnival but it has become very structured and mainstream that it's losing it's genuine roots. Trinidad's carnival is where it's at...don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking Rio, go to it if you haven't been before because it's mind blowing. Just saying the crowds and Rio's feel isn't what it used to be.
Trinidad Carnival Vs Rio Carnival...which ones wins for ya'll?
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