The Republic of Trinadad and Tobago is located in the Lesser Antilles and just off the northeastern coast of Venezuela. Trinadad, the gateway to Tobago, is a bustling industrial island. When the locals want to get away from it all, they head to the neighboring island of Tobago.
With a land mass of 116 square miles (26 miles long & 10 miles wide), Tobago is a nature lovers paradise. Lush green hillsides are bathed in sunlight and cooled by the sea. Tobago is primarily a mountainous island and home to the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere.
The "Main Ridge Ridge Forest Reserve is spread over the islands mountainous spine and provides visitors with numerous hiking trails and other outdoor activities.