To the Bat Cave! Exploring Trinidad’s Tamana Hill By MeiMei Thai GoNOMAD Staff Heading south for the Central Range in Trinidad, we drove along the left side of the winding road of twists and turns on a Tuesday morning in early November. The views seen from our windows were more of a natural setting with heaps […]
GoNOMAD Travel articles about the Caribbean.
A Musical and Erotic night on the town leaves fans Delirious and Exhausted. By Paula Morzenti Travelers’ Tales Cuba: True Stories (Travelers’ Tales Guides) provides readers with personal accounts of travelers’ experiences while on the road. These true stories allow one to gain a better understanding of a country, culture, and history than the more […]
More Family Travel Ideas in Costa Rica By Lauryn Axelrod, GoNOMAD SENIOR EDITOR Headed to Costa Rica with the kids? Here are a few more exciting family travel ideas, we just returned from a trip in February, 2002. MONTEVERDE Getting There If you aren’t renting a car, Costa Rica Expeditions has a van that will […]
Vieques Island, Puerto Rico By Michael Franco WHERE The islands that comprise the upper boundary of the Caribbean Sea are the big ones -Cuba, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico. East of Puerto Rico, confident that their larger cousins are doing their job of guarding the warm blue waters of the Caribbean against the […]
Sharing a women’s Espiritu practice in Cuba, a very old tradition in the rural parts of Cuba that involves chants, cigars, and rum.
A Guide to Tobago, West Indies By Judette Coward WHERE Tobago is part of the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Cigar-shaped Tobago lies 21 miles northeast of Trinidad and covers 116 square miles of territory. WHY GO If Tobago had to be nicknamed, it would probably be called “Nature Island.” Custom-made for the eco-traveler, […]