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Stay To Get Away - Gasparee Caves

In keeping with its mandate to use tourism as a tool for diversification, the Ministry of Tourism has launched Stay To Get Away, a campaign which encourages domestic tourism by inviting citizens to roam T&T.

From Bean to Bar

Over the last three decades cocoa production, exports, acreage under cultivation and farmer participation have steadily declined.

But the Maurice Academy of Design and Craft is determined to generate new interest in the hopes of breathing new life into the industry.

In keeping with this mandate, they recently hosted a workshop at the Ortinola Estate, which gave participants the opportunity to experience first hand, all that transpires from bean to bar.

Female Calypsonians Create History

The 33rd Annual Prize Giving Ceremony for the National Calypso Queen Competition took place on Sunday.

Fame Caribbean

Fame Caribbean is the brainchild of Trinidad-born Savile Row Master Tailor, Andrew Ramroop.

The Caribbean Tourism Organization recently hosted its Caribbean Primary School Tourism Writing Competition 2017. This year’s theme was 'Year of Adventure in the Caribbean.'

Brown Bag Series

The National Performing Arts Entities "Brown Bag" Lunchtime Series is being seen as a catalyst for young people to get involved in the Performing Arts, as well as to exhibit the skills of many of the country's finest musicians.

The Junior Minister of Tourism Competition, which is in its second year, saw the Ministry receiving submissions from sixteen schools, all hoping to have their representative cop the coveted title.

Handicraft Symposium

Diversifying Trinidad and Tobago with the use of your hands.

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