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Scarborough is the capital of Tobago.
The climate is tropical, with mostly warm/hot and humid conditions and temperatures around 30 °C during the day and around or slightly above 20 °C. There are two seasons annually: the dry season for the first six months of the year, and the wet season in the second half of the year. Winds are predominantly from the northeast and are dominated by the northeast trade winds. Unlike most of the other Caribbean islands, Scarborough's southern location means they are generally not within the hurricane zone, and rarely suffer from hurricane damage.
|Avg Max||29.5 °C||30 °C||30.4 °C||31 °C||31.2 °C||30.6 °C||30.2 °C||30.3 °C||30.7 °C||30.5 °C||30.1 °C||29.5 °C|
|Avg Min||22.2 °C||22.2 °C||22.8 °C||23.8 °C||24.3 °C||24.2 °C||23.8 °C||23.9 °C||23.8 °C||23.7 °C||23.4 °C||22.8 °C|
|Rainfall||47.4 mm||47.9 mm||42.8 mm||44.8 mm||63.8 mm||148.4 mm||187.7 mm||162.7 mm||171.3 mm||220.3 mm||206.7 mm||158.9 mm|
The airport is just a short drive from Scarborough. There are flights from Europe and the Caribbean that arrive directly at the Tobago International Airport (airport code TAB) in Crown Point. Those include Antigua, Barbados, London, Frankfurt, Atlanta and Grenada.
There are numerous flights a day from Port of Spain's Piarco International Airport in Port of Spain to Tobago as well.
Ferries run between the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, between Port of Spain, Trinidad and Scarborough. Cost of the ferry is TT$ 50 one-way for the fast ferry and TT$37.50 for the conventional ferry. Fast ferry sailing time is under 2 hours. The conventional ferry takes 5 1/2 hours. Schedules change frequently, and can be found at the Port of Port-of-Spain website.
|Ade's Domicil||19 Old Lighthouse Road Bacolet Point||Guesthouse||-|
See also International Telephone Calls
We don't currently have any Travel Helpers for Scarborough
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