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InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Trinidad & Tobago
- Build up valuable contacts with like-minded Trinidad & Tobago expats
- Find reliable information and trustworthy tips about the expat life in Trinidad & Tobago
- Join top-class InterNations events to meet fellow expatriates in town
Get to Know Our Local Network of Expats in Trinidad & Tobago!
Hello and welcome to our expat community of Trinidad & Tobago. Packed with invaluable advice, detailed guides, and essential information, here you'll find all the resources you need to relocate to these beautiful islands. Find answers to your questions such as, "where can I find international schools?" and feel reassured as you move forward. From making the initial preparations to getting settled and meeting new friends, you'll find both information and support in our friendly community. Take any concerns or questions about daily life to our busy forum and let our expats' first-hand knowledge guide you. We encourage you to build on their experiences and learn from their mistakes as you too build a new life in Trinidad & Tobago.
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What Can You Expect from Expat Life in Trinidad & Tobago?
With a tropical climate and the beautiful surroundings of rainforests, sandy beaches, and coral reefs to explore, expats can take advantage of the outdoor lifestyle and range of amenities aimed at tourists. Our expats hail from all corners of the Earth, most of whom head to the capital, Port of Spain and other large cities, including Scarborough and San Fernando.
Trinidad & Tobago's economy is driven by the oil and natural gas industries accounting for a large proportion of the county's GDP. Electronics and financial services are significant employers and the tourism sector is growing. Due to a highly educated workforce, expat investors have moved to the islands to set up their own companies.
Get to Know Expats & Make Friends at InterNations Events in Trinidad & Tobago
It can be difficult to build a new social life from scratch in an unfamiliar city, but once you arrive in Trinidad & Tobago you can start making new friends immediately by attending our events and joining our groups. At our regular, large events we give our members the chance to have fun together, network with others, and make plans. Expand your social circle when you find one of our InterNations Groups to join, where our expats share their interests in barbecuing, dining out, and outdoor activities.
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