Carnival Season

This season is from late December to Ash Wednesday. Trinidad’s Carnival is copied throughout the world, but never equaled. The season runs in our blood year-round, so when we’re not celebrating, we’re preparing. Masqueraders come from around the world to participate in a truly one-of-a-kind event. While the date changes each year, it is marked by the two days before Ash Wednesday.

Turtle Season

This season is from March to July. Conservationists and enthusiasts flock to Trinidad and Tobago to observe the island’s treasured leather-back turtles lay their eggs on the sands of Toco, including Big Bay Beach at the foot of Anise Resort and Spa. Staying with us will put you right in view of these leather-backs, especially from our Turtle Deck where they can be spotted by moonlight. Inquire with us to arrange a viewing of these lovely sea creatures.

Crab Catching

This season is from September to October. Unlike turtle season, this is not a spectator sport. Join locals and area fishermen in the hunt for crab, which can literally be collected from the land surrounding Anise Resort and Spa. This is sure to make any local seafood connoisseur’s mouth water, as crab is known world over to be one of the most delicious of dishes.

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Fisherman’s Fete

This season is from June to July. To honor our fishing heritage, as well as the region’s natural bounty, each fishing village celebrates with a weekend of fresh seafood dishes, music and revelty. Dates vary by year, so please contact us for information.

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