In Trinidad, the Piarco International Airport is located just about 45 minutes outside for the capital. With its history rooted as far back as 1931, the Piarco International Airport has grown to become the air traffic hub of the Caribbean.
In Tobago, the A.N.R. International Airport is located at the south-western tip of the island and is near a number of major sites and attractions on the island. Named after the third Prime Minister of the republic, the A.N.R. International Airport continues to be upgraded periodically to maintain international standards.
Learn more about Trinidad and Tobago airports here.
There are three major seaports in Trinidad & Tobago: the port of Port of Spain, Trinidad, the port of Scarborough, Tobago, and the Point Lisas port, Trinidad. The ports in Trinidad are situated on the Western side of the island where bad weather rarely interrupts operations. The ports of Port of Spain and Scarborough are managed by the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago, while the port of Point Lisas, is managed by PLIPDECO, which also manages an Industrial Estate and Free Zone Area. The Port of Spain port is located near downtown Port of Spain. It covers 63.5ha and is capable of handling all major dry cargoes, containers, general cargo, breakbulk, and passenger traffic. The following is a list of all sea ports in Trinidad and Tobago:
- PORT-OF-SPAIN WHARVES
- POINT GOURDE
- POINT FORTIN
- POINT LISAS
- SAN FERNANDO
Visit the Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago website for more information.