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What's good brothers? So with threads like "Best Cities/Countries for Black American Guys", and "where can I find black girls like this" I figured we're ready for a datasheet to cover the Caribbean Islands, specifically the Caribbean islands during Carnival Season. The Caribbean region is one of the most under-represented regions on RvF. International players operating at an intermediate to advanced level of game can reap some serious benefits if you know HOW to play the islands. This datasheet will cover this info.



Why a datasheet FOR Carnival Season?

To maximize your stay on the islands and access top tier talent the time of year you visit is crucial. Your game will be played here very differently from how you roll in Asia, Europe, Mexico etc. You'll have no Tinder, badoo, or OkCupid pipelining to depend on. On a 108 square mile island, daygame won't reap much benefit. On most islands there is no bar scene. Coming during "tourist season" won't help you much. You won't see anything if you come on a cruise. You won't access top tier talent by randomly rolling through a club on the weekend. The concept of "Nightlife" do not work the same here as it does in other places. To access top tier talent on the islands, you need to go to fĂȘtes. And with that said, The ABSOLUTE BEST time to visit any island in the Caribbean is DURING Carnival Season.



Who is this datasheet for?/Ideal Player type

You need to play the game at intermediate level to advanced for the Caribbean. This is no Philippines/Thailand. Also, there is no 'White God Factor'. Don't bring your blond hair and blue eyes. Bring your best game. Be in top physical shape and be prepared to drink lots of Alcohol and revel on the streets for 2 days straight at least. Caribbean women are very energetic (even the fatties) and your dick will be well rewarded for knowing how fe wuk she waistline pan some good soca music.



Your Reward
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Your Competition

Seriously, that will be your competition. Even the homeless guys will be fit, cut and grinding on some woman. This is bacchanal. 95% of the island's population will be out half naked (including the nice "christian" girls). The Caribbean is tailored for the black playas, but my white brothers can do well here also. Complementing tight game with your exotic factor will do you very well.



The language

English is the main language for the three islands I mention on this particular post. However, these three islands have very distinct dialects, with the Antiguan dialect being the closest to what you guys know as "Jamaican Dialect". Girls will generally slow down or speak in plain English when they see that you're not from the region. The English-based dialects are not that hard to pick up. You'll probably be using some of the local lingo before you leave.



The Women

The women have not been corrupted by toxic western-style feminism but they are strong, carefree and very intelligent women who do best with a traditionally masculine man by their side. Out of all the ethnicities, the most fiery tongue I've ever encountered has been on a Caribbean girl. They are quick with their tongue and very frank with what they have to say. This is the result of growing up in a non-politically correct and traditionally extroverted culture. A strong masculine and confident frame is required. Anyone who knows anything about the Caribbean knows that masculinity is treasured in the region. Like other black women, Caribbean girls can be aggressive however they are very feminine, passionate and sexual. They are proud of their role as women and once they lock you down, they have your back for the long haul. The philosophy of a Caribbean woman is: You Lay down a good pipe, and she will cook, clean and service you whenever and however you want (...buh don't ask for anal tho).
It's not an issue to find an island girl who looks 20 but is actually 35. On their traditional diet an island girl ages beautifully. Despite the openly sexual nature of the culture, they are generally a monogamous type. The top tier are more conservative with their relationship choices and they are just exquisite quality across the board.



Style of Game

Push/Pull with more Push works great with these girls. Cocky/Funny etc. Be energetic and be willing to dance. Islanders don't care about much else than having a good time. Be prepared to run game on 3-5 sets. Caribbean girls are a joy to socialize with. Keep your conversation lighthearted and let her teach you the dialect. This is the one time where it is socially acceptable and REQUIRED to wine (grind) on de woman. Again, watch some youtube videos and learn how to move your waistline to a riddim. Knowing how to dance is very important here. Lock down on a girl asap and have her give you a feel for the social and cultural scene.



Logistics for first timers

Carnival is the most important cultural event on the island. The entire island shuts down for the festivities, and roads within a certain radius of the carnival route will be blocked. When you arrive on an island, the first thing you should do is have a driver on lock-down for your entire trip. Except for the carnival route (which is where most of your "daygame" will be done), your ride will take you everywhere. Logistics will get tricky as you won't be doing any bar/club hopping. For every island, carnival will take place in "Town". Which is to say, the main capital and city of said Island. Don't expect to always have your home base within walking distance of the carnival route. Additionally, parties are spread out across the island. You should however get a nice hotel as close to town as possible. Try to stay away from cheap places. This is a general rule when traveling to any 3rd world country. With good game, it won't ever be an issue getting a girl back to your place. Even easier if you're a foreigner.



Carnival Structure

On most islands, the Carnival is structured like this:
  • Opening Parade (Mass bands etc.) - Extremely High Percentage of Top-tier girls to be found. The entire population is out here. Almost all primary school kids and older will be out playing mass. 18yr old school girls with tight bodies that you'd otherwise not have easy access to as a tourist will be out wineing in nothing but a g-string and shells covering their tits.
  • J'ouvert - Lowest percentage of Top-tier girls to be found and debauchery at it's finest. Older crowd mostly. Atleast 24hrs of constant jamming on the streets. Session starts very early, like 3 am in the morning.
  • FĂȘtes - Queen Show, Calypso Show, Boat Parties, Beach Parties etc. - Quite Possibly the Highest Percentage of Top-Tier girls concentrated in one area. You'll also have access to the elusive upper class girls of the islands. As a foreigner, you have an advantage when playing with the elite class.

Being aware of this structure will allow you to use any Carnival season on any island to your advantage.



Game Plan for Carnival Season (first timers)

Walk with your Viagra, energy pills, whatever you need to survive the next few days or so. During carnival, it is recommended that you focus on two things: The Actual Carnival and the Fetes (Events and Parties). Playing in a mass band is an automatic DHV and will make your game much easier. You don't have to but it's recommended. It doesn't matter which Island you're going to, just set aside US$300 to $500 to play mass. This price varies widely depending on which band you chose to play in. While you are reveling on the street, you should be opening as much girls as you can, with the goal of locking down (banging) AT LEAST one before the carnival route has run it's course. The amount of time you have to do this depends on each island. For Trinidad, you have two days, for Antigua you have about five days. Check carnival dates for each island beforehand. If you are rolling solo, it's recommended to secure a wingman during this time too. Caribbean men make great wingmen as they are naturally social and they don't care about you banging island chicks. The more chicks you bang, the more respect you'll get actually. Once you have a girl on lock, or a wingman, you'll get easier access to the social scene and fetes taking place after the carnival has ran it's route. If you've managed to secure a harem during the carnival route, then you're good to go. Keep in mind that this is an island. Without proper forethought, each girl in your harem may most likely know each other. So diversify. You will encounter girls visiting from the neighboring islands as well as islanders visiting from the U.S. If you don't have a harem yet, hopefully you've at least secured a wingman who's planning to do some hard lime (going to the fetes) in the upcoming days. Fetes can be expensive, ranging from cover price US$20-$150 per event. Use social media and talk to locals to determine which ones are worth going to.



The correct way to use social media

On your phone you only need two apps. Whatsapp and Facebook. Whatsapp is how islanders communicate and fete invites are shared through Facebook calendar events. Promotions for fetes will be strictly done through word of mouth (with the help of flyers) and Facebook. Once you start opening girls, have them send you the invitations for fetes to your Facebook.



The Islands

For this particular post, I will run through three heavy hitters in the Caribbean Region as well as go through a sample of talent you can find on the ground. These islands are Antigua, Trinidad, and Barbados, with emphasis on Antigua. They are amongst the most prosperous and safest in the region for first timers and the variety of girls to be had in the top tiers are actually quite diverse.



Top Tier & Talent Breakdown

These are photos from the ground. They are publicly available online and good to be used on RvF in this context.

Worthless without pics



Antigua

Profile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antigua
Carnival Schedule & Info: http://antiguacarnival.com/



The 108 sq mile island can be a treat for guys looking for exotic dark skin women although The sample you'll be exposed to will still be a bit diverse. The population includes the main island Antigua and it's much smaller sister island Barbuda. During carnival, you will actually have access to not only the population of Antigua and Barbuda but nearby island Montserrat as well.

5% of your top tier sample will look like the girl on the left. If you want a higher percentage of girls with this look, you'll go to Trinidad instead. On rare occasions, you will run across sets as diverse as this mix on the right.:
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Images above illustrates is the general sample of Upper-Tier Antiguan girls. Expect to find an abundance of those.



Events - Antigua Queen of Carnival

These are a few behind the scenes shots of some contestants for 2014 Queen of Carnival. This sample represents top to mid tier for Antigua. 'Queen of Carnival' is a representation of girls from all social classes:
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Opening of Carnival

This is where session starts. As usual, playing a mass troupe will be an automatic DHV for you. Plus it's fun. Here are some photos of the Lime Mass Troupe so you can see what's walking around. You'll be concentrating your daygame efforts here:

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During carnival season there are countless themed parties. Fetes present an increase in quality compared to what you'd find on the street. Here are some snaps from The Blue Jeans Fete as well as a beach party.

Go to at least one beach party lime. Mass troupes usually have outings like this. It's usually included in the price for playing mass and is the best way for the international player to enjoy a Caribbean beach.:

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Barbados

Profile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbados
Carnival Info: http://www.funbarbados.com/crop_over/
2014 Carnival Schedule: http://www.funbarbados.com/search/Calend...rop%20Over



Going further south we have Barbados. Sample the flying fish and get ready to tackle a population over two times greater than that of Antigua.
Now forum member rudebwoy has a trip report on Barbados so I won't go over what he's mentioned here: http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-10574.html. His report is accurate for the most part but this datasheet is strictly focusing on bacchanal and the quality that can be acquired through playing the island through these festivities.

Barbados is ideal for the brothers who desire a higher percentage of top-tier afro-caribbean girls. The diversity however, still will not beat what can be found in Trinidad. Barbados is one of the few countries who's carnival format is distinctly different. This is good in the sense that you have more time to run street game. You'll have about three months of festivities actually. The main town is Bridgetown, which is where you'll want to set up home base. Barbados' crop over festival ends with the Kadooment Parade, which is where you play mass. Those who are thinking of tackling Barbados' Carnival can take a look at this Calendar as a guide on how the festivities are laid out:
http://www.funbarbados.com/search/Calend...rop%20Over

Plan your trip around the Grand Kadooment Parade, which is where most of your work will be done and the highest tier of the island's population will be accessible to you.

On the field it be like:

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Because of the sheer size of the festivities, Barbados' Joukanal J'ouvert will have you picking from a larger range of exotic bajan women. Bring your A game and a bottle of water.:

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With a jam session lasting well over two months, you need to go to at least one fete. You can check the calendar to see what's available, but a nice one that will give you access to the cream of the crop is the SCORCH Bim breakfast party. This year, combo tickets went for $150 U.S.D and that covered a cruise and the breakfast party:

http://islandetickets.com/event/96

Fetes are not always high energy. Sometimes it's just chill vybing with islanders where the social scene really opens up to you. These are pics from this year's events:

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Trinidad

Profile: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trinidad_and_Tobago
When to Go: http://www.gotrinidadandtobago.com/event...val-dates/

Trinidad is a heavy hitter in the Carnaval scene and it's not a big deal for islanders from all over the region to come to Trinidad, adding to the already diverse crowd. The white brothers will have a bit of an advantage on this island, but as with any other island, the man with the best game wins. Now a brotha by the name of InternationalSwagger has already laid down a great datasheet on Trinidad here:

http://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-6883.html

Damn fine datasheet if I do say so myself and his info on playing mass is confirmed to be accurate for this Island. I won't go over what he's already discussed here.

Trinidad has the most diverse mix of women in the entire Caribbean region. The whole spectrum can be found here but you have only two days on the street to play the numbers and get a feel for the scene. As with any other island, there are loads of fetes to keep you going.


TRIBE Carnival Band is arguably the largest Mass band in Trinidad. Here is TRIBE in J'ouvert and photos from TRIBE's 2014 Cooler fete:

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So there you go. A breakdown of the carnival scene and how to access the top tier demographic of the Caribbean. Come on over and make it happen. Caribbean people are VERY open to foreigners. No xenophobia here and for the most part, we are colorblind. Hopefully, this datasheet will inspire other islanders to drop datasheets on the jam sessions for their respective islands.
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Great datasheet Advent!
Your only mentioning white and black guys here for some reason. How will Latinos do given that they look good and have game to go along with it
Great coverage. Plus 1.
(11-24-2014 05:26 PM)Brian Shima Wrote: [ -> ]Your only mentioning white and black guys here for some reason. How will Latinos do given that they look good and have game to go along with it

Latino guys will feel at home in the Caribbean, as being a part of greater Latin America (the most diverse region in the world) we are basically cut from the same cloth culturally. Not only is this true, but Latino guys (who like most caribbean guys have natural game) do a bit better than afro-caribbean guys on some islands. Notice that I did not mention a specific ethnicity in the "ideal player type" section of the data sheet. Caribbean women in general don't have a specific ethnic preference. What they do require is tight game, compounded with style/swagger. When you hit the ground, you'll realize that it's just a melting pot of ethnicities. The chinese-caribbean communities, Syrian-caribbean people, West-Indian Latinos etc. we are all the same down here.
(11-24-2014 05:26 PM)Brian Shima Wrote: [ -> ]Your only mentioning white and black guys here for some reason. How will Latinos do given that they look good and have game to go along with it

I have been to a few of the Caribbean islands and you being Latino will bear no difference or resistance. If you bring the swag (tro your waist), you will get joy. When I went to Trinidad there were all sorts of looks there from Syrian, white, Indian, black, Latino (Venezuela is but a stone's throw away).
Great datasheet, advent! I have to hit up these islands carnival before I retire!
Expense wise are they all the same? Not including price of flights.
(11-24-2014 06:26 PM)Advent Persona Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-24-2014 05:26 PM)Brian Shima Wrote: [ -> ]Your only mentioning white and black guys here for some reason. How will Latinos do given that they look good and have game to go along with it

Latino guys will feel at home in the Caribbean, as being a part of greater Latin America (the most diverse region in the world) we are basically cut from the same cloth culturally. Not only is this true, but Latino guys (who like most caribbean guys have natural game) do a bit better than afro-caribbean guys on some islands. Notice that I did not mention a specific ethnicity in the "ideal player type" section of the data sheet. Caribbean women in general don't have a specific ethnic preference. What they do require is tight game, compounded with style/swagger. When you hit the ground, you'll realize that it's just a melting pot of ethnicities. The chinese-caribbean communities, Syrian-caribbean people, West-Indian Latinos etc. we are all the same down here.

Nice to read this, I gotta hit the Caribbean soon. I am not really into black girls but man the talent in those pictures you posted is just crazy. tard

Excellent datasheet! +1 from me.
Great and refreshing datasheet.
Good job Advent.

Wb2
Very nice intel, Advent!! Carnival in Trinidad 2015 is a possibility for me.
+1 Great drop at a very appropriate time

I'm in for Trinidad in 2015, potentially others. PM's welcome.
What are the actual dates? Are they the same for every island - Papi, I'd be down for Trinidad, work permitting.
Carnival always happens during the four days before Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. So no matter where you are, that will be February 14-17, 2015.
I will post more details here for those interested in Jamming for 2015.

Quote:Expense wise are they all the same? Not including price of flights.

The cost breakdown for the session will go something like this:

Costume Cost: $US 500
Trinidad Specific: A TRIBE costume will run you around $US 600

This includes:

Premium bars with an unlimited supply of alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks (Johnny Walker Scotch, Vodka, Baileys, Hennessy, Malibu, 1919, Black Label, White Oak, Tequila, Gin, Beers etc.)

Lunch on both days

Breakfast and Snack on Tuesday

Complimentary shuttle service to the band

High rez photos of you playing mass

TRIBE swag (souvenirs and carnival essential)

The costume

TRIBE fetes (Mass will include various activities with your mass troupe. Beach lime and other such outings is to be expected. No additional cost.)

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Accommodation: $85 per night. Hyatt in Trinidad will also charge you around that rate.
Street food and Alcohol: $US 50
Lime: $US 500 (Can get you into about 3-4 fetes)
Taxi: $US 100 for about 9 days. Negotiate as low a rate as you can get to have a driver on lock for the entire stay.


Your priority should be attending these events in order of importance:

Mass (Street Parade)
J'ouvert
Fete - the most hype ones
Queen Show
Calypso Show
Smaller cultural events
Clubs * < I wouldn't even bother with this one.

This guideline will be the same for most islands.

General Note: If you choose to play mass on your first visit, which is highly recommended, it won't be necessary to play mass on your other trips, making it much easier for you to stay longer on your return. Plus you'll reap the same benefits since you're already a part of the social scene. The main purpose of the carnival game plan I laid out here is to expedite your access into a specific social class where the best of the islands is in your grasp.

You'll find that its much easier to access the elite class on the islands than it is any where else in the world. For the novelty factor, bang the queen of carnival.

Once you follow the plan and build a social circle on your first visit your cost for second visit would be much cheaper since your girls will be cooking for you, you be going on free boat rides, chillaxing for half the cost, transportation covered most of the times etc.

Quote:What are the actual dates? Are they the same for every island

Dates are different for every island. Slightly different every year too.

For Trinidad:

Trinidad Street Parade for 2015: February 16th & 17th.
Get Tribe registration and specific price info: http://www.carnivaltribe.com/ (all prices in TT dollars unless stated otherwise)
Join their Facebook group to get updates.

Bring the energy!





Quote:Nice to read this, I gotta hit the Caribbean soon. I am not really into black girls but man the talent in those pictures you posted is just crazy

Hey man. I love my E.E girls, Latinas and Japanese girls but I will always have an island girl as my main. Come swoop a couple for yourself and see why. They are a different breed.
^^ That looks fucking incredible. Like 1000x better than Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

I may be on a shoot in mid-February (quite likely), is there any value towards going before the epicenter of activities if I can't make it then?
(11-25-2014 03:33 PM)Global Entry Wrote: [ -> ]^^ That looks fucking incredible. Like 1000x better than Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

I may be on a shoot in mid-February (quite likely), is there any value towards going before the epicenter of activities if I can't make it then?

I would not recommend you make the trip if you're going to miss the biggest street festival in the world. (February 16th & 17th). All of the Caribbean will be going to Trinidad for those days specifically, and it is your access point to the other events.

You can always go to the second biggest carnival in the region though.

http://www.funbarbados.com/search/Calend...t%20parade

Barbados' Grand Kadooment Parade will be on August 3th 2015.


Baje Crop Over Mas Band, one of Barbados' Largest




Boat Lime




Quote:Carnival always happens during the four days before Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent. So no matter where you are, that will be February 14-17, 2015.

Many islands have their carnival in August. Always check dates as those can be shifted around yearly too.
Beautiful. I've always wanted to hear more about the Caribbean, and this sheet just gave me a solid reminder that i need to explore this region one day. Although i am curious about their level of English out there - any Spanish needed?
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(11-26-2014 02:12 PM)Cyclone Wrote: [ -> ]Beautiful. I've always wanted to hear more about the Caribbean, and this sheet just gave me a solid reminder that i need to explore this region one day. Although i am curious about their level of English out there - any Spanish needed?
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The Caribbean islands are predominantly English speaking countries. Meaning that English is the first and only official language. The notable exceptions to this are:

Guadeloupe and Martinique - French
Cuba - Spanish
Puerto Rico - Spanish
Dominican Republic - Spanish
Hati - French, Hatian Patois

Notable mention: Dominica, Official Language English, with many locals also speaking what is only known as Dominican Patois, which is a broken form of French.

For the purposes of this datasheet, If English is your main language, you are good to go!
I was in Bridgetown for crop over this summer and it was WILD, bad bitches everywhere. I simply loved it, I partied from Monday to Sunday non stop for 4 weeks straight.

But I tell you this, no girls whine like New York born chicks, NY chicks go hardddddd. Every time I was dancing with a chick and she was whining on me pretty good to the point where I was about to bust a nut, I would just ask her, are you from NY? 9 times out of 10 she was from NY.

I really want to go to Trinidad in February and thanks for breaking down about the Antigua part, I never knew that their carnival was good.

Do you know anything about the carnival in Bahamas?

Are you in the Caribbean at the moment? If yes, what part?
Its been awhile since the travel section has seen such an impressive data sheet, a big +1 from me OP, I look forward to reading more from you. I've spent some time in Jamaica and the Bahamas and had a blast, I'd like to check out some of the other islands too and especially Trinidad during carnival, I will be checking this data sheet again if I do make it over there. Advent Persona or anyone else, can you comment about transportation between the Caribbean islands, are there regional airlines (are they cheap?), are there ferries? I will be in Colombia in February and will likely hit up the Carnaval de Barranquilla, but if I could find a cheap way to get to Trinidad, I'd be down for that.

Pitt, I don't know about carnival time in the Bahamas but I know that they have a big party there at Christmas time called Junkanoo, I missed it by a few days when I visited Freeport a few years ago, but apparently its pretty good.


(11-26-2014 05:53 PM)pitt Wrote: [ -> ]I was in Bridgetown for crop over this summer and it was WILD, bad bitches everywhere. I simply loved it, I partied from Monday to Sunday non stop for 4 weeks straight.

But I tell you this, no girls whine like New York born chicks, NY chicks go hardddddd. Every time I was dancing with a chick and she was whining on me pretty good to the point where I was about to bust a nut, I would just ask her, are you from NY? 9 times out of 10 she was from NY.

I really want to go to Trinidad in February and thanks for breaking down about the Antigua part, I never knew that their carnival was good.

Do you know anything about the carnival in Bahamas?

Are you in the Caribbean at the moment? If yes, what part?

I have a couple of American friends who busted with girls wineing on them hard. I'm like "Too soon son, too soon". They're just not used to these levels.

Lot's of girls say they're from NY, London etc. but they're just born there and nothing else. It's something that they're proud of and love mentioning it to people tard

Nah, I work in the U.S right now but I try to make it for one Carnival every year. Was thinking of doing Barbados next year but I may go a different route. I haven't done Bahamas so I may do that If I can get down there for the jam session in May.

Antiguan Carnival is the smallest out of the ones I mentioned, but I have intimate experience with the scene there and it was worth a mention. It's still a crazy experience for the first timer before they try to tackle the debaucheries that is Barbados and Trinidad.
Excellent data sheet, +1 from me as well.

The Caribbean is an untapped place aside from the usual Puerto Rico, DR, and Jamaica because most people stay in their resorts. I really want to go to a Black country in the next coming years. Either in Africa itself or the Caribbean. Thanks for this data sheet.
(11-26-2014 06:24 PM)scotian Wrote: [ -> ]Its been awhile since the travel section has seen such an impressive data sheet, a big +1 from me OP, I look forward to reading more from you. I've spent some time in Jamaica and the Bahamas and had a blast, I'd like to check out some of the other islands too and especially Trinidad during carnival, I will be checking this data sheet again if I do make it over there. Advent Persona or anyone else, can you comment about transportation between the Caribbean islands, are there regional airlines (are they cheap?), are there ferries? I will be in Colombia in February and will likely hit up the Carnaval de Barranquilla, but if I could find a cheap way to get to Trinidad, I'd be down for that.

Pitt, I don't know about carnival time in the Bahamas but I know that they have a big party there at Christmas time called Junkanoo, I missed it by a few days when I visited Freeport a few years ago, but apparently its pretty good.



Scotian:

Flights between the islands are handled by Leeward Islands Air Transport (LIAT) and if you plan early you can get round trip flights from say Barbados to Trinidad for as cheap as US$100.

Website: http://www.liatairline.com/

Ferries you will use for close proximity islands such as Trinidad to Tobago or Antigua to Barbuda/Montserrat or St. Thomas to St. Croix/St. John's etc.
Alright RvF playas! For first timers who are thinking of tackling the Trinidad 2015 Carnival, the hypest fete list is just in, so I thought I'd share it here. This fete list will help in planning your trip before you hit the ground, As well as link you up with the correct information channels.

Sample One Week fete list



Wednesday February 11th 2015 - First major lime from 5 pm to 10 pm MENTAL

Footage from the Ground




Info:
https://www.facebook.com/trinijunglejuice



Thursday February 12th 2015 - Beach House lime 2pm - 10pm

Footage from the Ground
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8naea1ThnrQ

Beach House Carnival All Inclusive - Chaguaramas
Info: Get on the island

or

TRIBE SPECIFIC - TRIBE IGNITE

Footage from the Ground






Friday February 13th 3pm - 10 pm ....PHUKET!

Footage from the Ground




Location: Pier 1 Poolside

or

BLUE RANGE COOLER FETE

Location: Blue Range Courts, Diego Martin

Footage from the Ground
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_X9eIWMZSR4

or

Welcome Cooler fete 9 pm - 3 am

More Info: http://www.lehwego.com/trinidad/new-fete...oler-fete/



Saturday February 14th 2015 6am - 11am - Suits Carnival Breakfast cooler cruise

Location: Harbour Master
Info: http://www.iceboxent.com/



Sunday February 15th 2015 - SOCA BRAINWASH! 4pm - 9pm

Footage from the Ground






Monday February 16th - J'ouvert!
Tuesday February 17th - J'ouvert!




Wednesday February 18th 11am - 6pm - Trip to Tobago! - Overboard cooler fete

Info: http://www.trinijunglejuice.com/tjjevent...&eID=20134

Footage from the Ground




For a full list of events go here: http://www.trinijunglejuice.com/carnival...tnt15.html

That is your sample itinerary for Trinidad.

Will update with Barbados, Antigua and other fete info as I get them.
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