Trinidad Featured In National Geographic Traveler Magazine

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A report from South Florida Caribbean News.

Destination Trinidad is the focus of a 14-page feature entitled, “The Song of Trinidad” in the August-September issue of National Geographic Traveler Magazine.

The article focuses on elements of Carnival, the destination’s “liming” culture, and ecological sites and attractions.

Authored by Eric Felten with photographs by Aaron Huey, the piece features nine full pages of spectacular photography of Carnival imagery like steelbands in action and “ole mas” characters as well as stunning images of Paria Beach and hummingbirds.

The National Geographic Traveler feature is a direct result of a Media Familiarisation Trip for North American Markets, hosted by the Tourism Development Company in February 2016.

Felten and Huey, along with nine other journalists and photographers from North American publications like Rolling Stone Magazine, Ebony Magazine and others, each came with a unique destination focus, ranging from music and culture, to steelpan and…

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