Port of Spain
On the island of Trinidad, Port of Spain is king: nightlife, shopping, restaurants, there's nowhere else on the island that comes close. There is plenty to see and do in the Port of Spain, with attractions including beaches like Maracas Bay; historical sites like For George, The Red House, the National Museum and Art gallery.

Direct Flights to Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Direct Flights to Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Port of Spain is Trinidad and Tobago’s capital city – a vibrant and fun loving capital full of steel band music and famous for its annual Carnival. Formerly a quiet and tiny village, Port of Spain came by its name in the 1800s when the Spanish arrived on the island.

With its tropical climate cooled by the welcoming trade winds and some simply breathtaking beaches, Port of Spain is a very cosmopolitan and multi cultural city which attracts tourists from all over the world.

There are currently no direct flights to Port of Spain from the UK, however it’s possible to fly to Trinidad and Tobago’s capital with a short transit in the Caribbean or the USA on airlines including Continental Airlines, American Airlines and British Airways. If you’re after low cost flights to Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, we would recommend you book out of season.

Cheap flights to Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Located on the island of Trinidad, Port of Spain is the ideal destination to explore the stunning islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Boasting some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, the islands are well known for their crystal clear waters and amazing coral gardens which are perfect for snorkelers and divers.

The city of Port of Spain itself has many historical attractions including the House of Parliament, Hall of Justice, Trinity Cathedral and Stollmeyer Castle. Close to the capital are the Emperor Valley Zoo and Botanical Gardens.

Head inland for the cool tropical forests; the Tobago Forest Reserve is the oldest reserve in the Caribbean dating back to the 1700s with some superb walking tracks with stunning views over the coastline and abundant bird life. Fort King George on the island of Tobago is worth a visit and offers some lovely grounds, historic cannons, an interesting museum, a lighthouse and craft shop.

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Look out for special offers throughout the year and book well ahead of your intended departure for the best value on cheap flights to Port of Spain. Whether you’re booking in advance or require lastminute flights to Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, we’re here to help you.

Port of Spain Climate

Port of Spain Climate
Port of Spain has a seasonal tropical climate, specifically a tropical wet-and-dry climate. Its wet season lasts from June to December, and its dry season lasts from January to May. During the wet season, flooding of reclaimed land downtown is common. The well protected Gulf of Paria is normally an oasis of calm, yet swells during the hurricane season can make inter-island and inter-city ferry trips a rough experience and even cause cancellations.