Trinidad and Tobago are recognized as a sole island country. However, it's actually the main islands of Trinidad and Tobago, plus much smaller islands. It's located in the southernmost part of the Caribbean Sea, off the coastline of Venezuela. It shares marine borders with Venezuela, Grenada, and Barbados.
Its Indian and African cultural influences are among the most notable things about it. And these are reflected through grand festivities in the islands.
Trinidad and Tobago's high-income economy also makes it notable. It's known as one of the wealthiest countries in the world. It has the third-highest rank in terms of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) per capita, trailing behind the US and Canada.