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Trinidad and Tobago

Last update 04 August 2023Diplomatic missions

Risk index

Level 3: Increased level of risk (recommendation not to travel in certain areas of the country unless necessary)


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Regular passport: visa not required

Diplomatic passport: visa not required

Official passport: visa not required

Trinidad and Tobago

We call on Bulgarian citizens to refrain from travelling!

Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

The Republic of Bulgaria does not have an embassy in Trinidad and Tobago. The country is serviced by the Embassy in Havana, Cuba.

Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Cuba

Address: 5ta Ave. No 6407, esquina a 66, Miramar, Playa, Ciudad de La Habana
Telephone: +53 7204 67 68 and +53 7204 67 59
Mobile: +535 286 24 49
Working hours: Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 17:00
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 09:30 to 12:30
E-mail: [email protected] 
Website: www.mfa.bg/embassies/kuba 

General information

Security level:

Particular attention should be paid to personal safety. In Trinidad, and particularly in the area of the capital Port of Spain, you are at risk of attacks and muggings. Attacks against foreigners have been reported in many locations. The level of crime is quite high in big cities. It is therefore advisable not to carry large amounts of money with you, and to have your ID documents photocopied in advance. Be especially careful in the dark hours. Avoid secluded places. In Trinidad, tourists frequently become victims of attacks and pickpocketing.

Recommended vaccines and personal hygiene advice:

There are no special requirements for vaccines before travel. There is a danger of infection with viruses with similar symptomatology of dengue and zika. The MFA recommends that travellers follow the advice of the Ministry of Health and the Bulgarian Red Cross to protect themselves against mosquito bites and infection with the Zika virus: http://www.redcross.bg/advice/zika.html.
An initial period of acclimatisation is required, during which heavy physical strains should be avoided. Drink enough fluids during the hot period. Avoid fatty foods as well as excessive alcohol consumption. Observe proper personal hygiene, with frequent hand washing. Carefully consume fresh fruit and salads. Do not drink tap water.

Specifics of the local legislation:

Homosexuality in Trinidad and Tobago is prosecuted by law.

Customs requirements:

You are allowed to bring in unlimited amounts of local and/or foreign currency into the country, however, it must be declared. It is recommended that you carry either US dollars, traveller’s checks or credit cards. You can import duty-free items for personal use, including up to 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, 250 grams of tobacco, as well as 1 litre of hard liquor. Furthermore, no duty is levied on gifts worth less than USD 50.
You are allowed to export local currency not exceeding 200 local dollars, as well as the amount of foreign currency you declared on entering the country.

Road traffic:

The traffic is in the left lane of the roadway in Trinidad and Tobago.

Local currency:

1 Trinidad and Tobago-Dollar (TT$) = 100 cents(c).


There are no distinct seasons, only alternating rainy and dry periods. The main rainfall lasts from June to December. The period from June to November is characterised by strong winds, rain and fires, which can sometimes pose a serious danger.

Travel papers and visas

A valid international passport is required. No visa is required for travel to Trinidad and Tobago for stays of up to 90 days.

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