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Trinidad Great Fete Weekend Trinidad’s Great Fete Weekend is a grand annual beach party, which is held at Store Bay, Pigeon Point Beach Resort and Mount Irvine Beach Resort. The most talented top disc jockeys select some of the best soca and rock music of the Caribbean. This is Trinidad and Tobago ultimate and energetic Caribbean beach party.

The Great Fete Weekend in Trinidad and Tobago was created from the celebrations surrounding the annual power boat racing event. These parties were found to have outdone the races itself. Now, this illustrious event has draw visitors to its shores from the Caribbean and the rest of the world.

The sandy shores of Store Bay, Tobago host this event during the months of July or August. The Great Fete Weekend usually starts on a Wednesday, which concurs with the annual Great Race where speed boats compete for first place leaving from Trinidad ending in Tobago. After the race the biggest beach party begins, where the DJ’s entertain the massive with the sounds of Caribbean beats. Every day the party takes on a different unforgettable theme, such as, Welcome Wednesday, Retroactive Thursday, Free Drinks Friday, Sandbox Wet Fete, and Breakfast Party Sunday.

The Great Fete Weekend stands alone as the best and biggest beach party in southern Caribbean. If you are planning to visit Trinidad and Tobago for this event and to see some attractions, you will find adequate accommodation to suit your budget or style. In the Store Bay area of Tobago there are many guesthouses, hotels and bed and breakfast facility to accommodate you. Some of the choices you have are the Store Bay Hotel, or the Kariwak Hotel. While in the Pigeon Point area you may choose from Coco Reef Resort and Spa or Native Abode Inn.

The Mount Irvine Beach Resort can provide you with accommodations but if none available you can choose to stay at Mount Irvine Bay Hotel.
Things to do and places to see in this twin island republic are limitless, with their wide array of fantastic attractions, you will never get bored. Some of these attractions or things to do while visiting Trinidad and Tobago are: Pigeon Point is famous for its fabulous white sandy beaches, but just 2km north is the Crown Point area, is where you can relax and dine at their restaurant under the shades of thatched roof huts. You may also take a boat ride to dive to the beautiful coral reefs below.

The Store Bay’s area main attraction is its warm and inviting beach, where you can take a cruise to Buccoo Reef and enjoy a live steel band playing. While at Mount Irving Bay there is a wonderful museum called the Kimme”s Sculpture Museum. This museum exhibits unusual sculptured art that illustrates dancers, lovers and children.

The very scenic Mount Irving Bay is the home of an old stone sugar windmill from the 18th century. There is also a restaurant on property that serves delectable Trini dishes, such as Pelau; this a meal comprising of pigeon peas and rice cooked with meat, flavoured with coconut milk and herbs.

Trinidad and Tobago can be a relaxing set of islands with calm waters and a number of fine beaches, each with their own flavour. But when the islands come alive with the sounds of carnival, steel bands, calypso and limbo dancing, you will not want to miss these events. So, plan a trip to Trinidad and Tobago and plunge into the different blends of cultures in an excited atmosphere.

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