Trinidad is an island with two major islands it is on the northeastern coast, of Venezuela and is located in the Caribbean Sea. If you are planning a surfing vacation Trinidad is a good surfing destination, the Surfing Association of Trinidad & Tobago has surfing competitions scheduled throughout the year and throughout the island. The surfing association once you are a member their are many benefits that come along with it like technique training, surf rider etiquette and more. The surfing association began in the 1980’s and is still growing strong, when in Trinidad & Tobago visit the surf hot spots like Matelot, Shark River, Grande Riviere, San Souci, Beach Break, Fishing Depot and Salybia Beach according to the Surfing association website here the waves are consistent and the waters are warm so surfers can really enjoy there surfing without having to wait for the next wave to arrive. The local surfers are friendly and can tell you where more surf epos are located on the island they can also tell you where the local surfing communities hang out and congregate on the island. The island is home to many water sports like SUP, windsurfing, kitesurfing and fishing is popular here as well. The waters here are warm all year around and there are plenty of beach front accommodations to stay at while visiting the island.