Trinidad and Tobago it is one of the thirteen countries that form the Insular America, Antilles or Islands of the Caribbean, one of the thirty-five of the American continent. Its capital is Port of Spain and its most populated city, Chaguanas.
It is located in the extreme south of the Antilles, found south of Granada, and on the continental shelf of the eastern coast of Venezuela. With actualy 1.381.981 inhabitants, countrymeters (2018), it is the sixth most populated country in the Caribbean, behind Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico and Jamaica.
Its territory is formed by two main islands, Trinidad the most extensive and populated and Tobago between both cover an area of 5128 km², also consists of several smaller islands, organized in fourteen incorporated regions. Trinidad has 4768 km² (which represents 93% of the total area of the country). The island has a quadrangular shape, from which three peninsulas emerge. Tobago is 30 km northeast of Trinidad and has about 298 km² of surface.