Trinidad Carnival: Feb 10th – Feb 17th 2021.
- Enjoy carnival on the streets of Port of Spain in Trinidad.
- It is said you have not experienced carnival until you’ve done Trinidad Carnival; arguably the greatest show on earth.
- Take a trip with us “down de islands”, or to beautiful Tobago.
Our customisable experiences are designed for persons who:
- are too busy and you don’t have time to plan anything.
- want to experience everything Carnival.
- do not have a clue about what to do.
- are just “lazy”.
What’s included in this experience?
Included in our Ultimate Trinidad Carnival experience which is designed to get the most from your visit. You can customise your experience by logging into your Soca Islands account.
Your choice of single, double, triple or quad occupancy rooms at the Courtyard Marriott, The Chancellor Hotel, The Hotel Normandie or Xanadu Tropical Resort.
Airport Transfers and Ground Transportation
Pick-up from and, drop-off to Piarco International Airport (POS) only. We arrange daily transportation (private and group) from your accommodation to the events on your itinerary. Additional transportation services are available on request.
We do not include the flights, but we will help you to book the best fight based on your location. No matter where you are flying from we will help you pick the best connections to join the tour on time.
Backline Carnival Costume
Choose from YUMA, Rogue or Paparrazi. You have the choice of upgrading to a frontline version of your favourite section, or partying with a different band.
J’ouvert Morning Experience
Choose from We Love J’ouvert, Cocoa Devils or Red Ants.
Maracas Beach Lime
Take a small break from all the feting to re-charge and grab a bake and shark before hitting the road for j’ouvert morning.
The following events are included with our ultimate Trinidad Carnival experience: AM Beach; Tribe Ignite; Phuket; AM Bush; Soca Brainwash; The Ultimate One; Sunny Side Up Breakfast Party; Candy Coated Cruise. You may choose to opt out of one or more of these events, or swap one or more for alternative events. Click here to download our guide to learn more about these events.
Enhance your experience by adding one or more of the following: Travel Insurance; Make-up services; Cool-down trip to Tobago.
The price reflects the itinerary displayed on this page and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. During the trip-planning process, Soca Islands can customise your itinerary around your budget. Please be advised that flights are NOT included.
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This itinerary has been crafted by our team with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every aspect can be customised to your specific needs, budget and your interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.
Day one: Arrival in Trinidad
You arrive on the beautiful island of Trinidad to begin your week of fun and no sleep. We pick you up from Piarco International Airport and take you to your accommodation to get settled in.
Day two to five: Fete after fete after fete
We party… we gather the crew and party like it’s 1999. Here’s to team #nosleep.
- AM Beach – a premium drinks and breakfast inclusive party on Tyrico Bay.
- Tribe Ignite
- Phuket All-inclusive – a premium drink and food inclusive event.
- AM Bush – an alternative J’ouvert experience (paint party)
- Soca Brainwash
- The Ultimate One All-inclusive – a premium drink and food inclusive event.
- Sunny Side Up Breakfast Party
Day five: Maracas Beach lime
It’s time to take a small break after days of intense partying. We head to Maracas Beach for some bake and shark and, to relax for a bit before we party through the streets of Port of Spain… starting with J’ouvert which starts at 4 a.m. the next day.
Day six: J’ouvert morning experience and Street Parade day one
Look how de sun now raising up. We head out early on Monday to party with mud oil and paint. After that we head back to our accommodations to change into our Monday-wear and join the band of our choice on the road.
Day seven: Street Parade day two
Today we put on our full costumes – feathers, headpieces, backpacks, and more – and continue the party through the streets of Port of Spain.
Day eight: Depart Trinidad
We hug, cry and say our goodbyes, while reflecting on the memories created during the past seven days. We drop you off safely to the airport so you can catch your return flight. The tabanka is real.
Initial Deposit: $500
Final Payment due on or before January 05 2021
Soca Islands provides you with the most flexible payment plan making it super easy and affordable to book your Trinidad Carnival experience.
The down payment is paid when you officially sign up for a Soca Islands experience to secure your spot. When you make this first payment, it shows us your serious commitment to the experience and gives us the confidence to start booking all of your arrangements on your behalf. After that a monthly payment of no less that $250 is required at the end of each month until the cost of the experience is paid off in full.
Trinidad & Tobago travel information.
Time Zone: GMT -04:00
Currency: Trinidad and Tobago Dollar. 1USD = 6.8TTD
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is the southernmost island in the Caribbean archipelago. Located just off the north-eastern coast of the South America mainland, the twin island Republic is home to international greats such as Miss Universe 1998, Wendy Fitzwilliam; Cricket Legend, Brian Charles Lara; and Carnival, the Greatest Show on Earth.
The capital city, Port of Spain, is the business centre of the Caribbean, housing the headquarters for a number of local businesses, a myriad of restaurants and nightlife entertainment like no other. The sister isle of Tobago is a stark contrast to Trinidad. Considerably smaller in size, Tobago is well-known for its coral reefs, pristine blue waters and white sandy beaches,the smaller island is perfect for leisure activities and an immersive experience with nature.
Trinidad & Tobago is warm and sunny year-round, with an average daily temperature of 28 C/ 85F, dipping to 22C/75F in the evenings. There are only two “seasons” in Trinidad & Tobago; the dry season (December – May) and the rainy season (June to December). During the Rainy Season, you can generally expect sunny mornings and early afternoon showers.
The islands are located outside the Hurricane Belt, making it a haven for yacht owners throughout the region. The water temperature year around is 24-29C/75-82F, encouraging water activities year-round including, surfing, world-class diving, sport fishing, kite surfing and paddle boarding.