Celebrate Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago

One of the most highly anticipated events, LIME Fete, is hosted every year on the Wednesday before Carnival

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Trinidad and Tobago's Carnival is the Caribbean’s largest cultural event.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival is the Caribbean’s largest cultural event, attracting travelers from all over the world. Trinidad & Tobago’s Carnival celebrations begin the day after Christmas and continue through to the main events: Carnival Monday and Tuesday (February 16 and 17).

One of the most highly anticipated events, LIME Fete, is hosted every year on the Wednesday before Carnival at Hyatt Regency Trinidad. The fifth annual LIME Fete will be held on February 11, 2015. At this year’s event, the Hyatt Regency Trinidad will play host to nearly a half mile of waterfront food tents that feature Mexican, Peruvian, Atlantic, Pacific, and Caribbean seafood including local authentic island fare, along with vegetarian delights and specials prepared by local and international master chefs. An additional plus to the culinary delights are the musical performances happening throughout the evening.

Courtyard Port of Spain is running weekend specials in January and February with rates as low as $159 per night, plus tax, based on standard guest rooms. In addition, the hotel is offering a rate of $143 per night, plus tax, for guests who book seven days in advance for weeknight stays during this time. For booking and additional information, visit the Courtyard Port of Spain website.

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