Geography of Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago Geography maintains that the area of the island is rectangular in shape, roughly 50 miles by 37 miles. The whole area is almost 1864 square miles and the longitude of the place is 61 1/2° W, latitude 10 1/2°N. Trinidad and Tobago islands are known as an archipelago, situated in the southern part of the Caribbean sea. Trinidad and Tobago archipelago comprises of 23 islands and is separated from Venezuela by the gulf of Paria. The popular town of this island are Chaguanas, Point Fortin and Arima. The popular cites are San Fernando and the capital of Trinidad and Tobago known as port of Spain. Trinidad and Tobago islands are a continuation of the south-American subcontinent.
The Trinidad and Tobago Geography has a tropical kind of climate with an approximate temperature of 32°. The north eastern trade winds keep the general temperature of Tobago comparatively cooler. The months of January, February, March, April and May are dry in nature and the wet and humid weather creeps in from the months of June and July, which continues till the end of December. The average rainfall that occurs throughout the islands is almost 200cm. There are mountains in the northern side of Trinidad and innumerable number of rivers and streams are also to be seen in the topography of Trinidad and Tobago.