A passport valid for the length of the stay. All visitors must have a return ticket, show proof of funds to maintain themselves, and provide an address in TT, such as a hotel or family/friend. Citizens of the USA, Canada, Caricom countries except Haiti, Singapore and most EU and Latin American countries do not require a visa for vacation or business of 90 days or less. Other nationalities need to apply for a visa in advance at an embassy or consulate of TT abroad. When leaving the country, there is a departure tax of TT$75 on the ferry to Venezuela. (http://www.immigration.gov.tt).
The main airport is Piarco International Airport IATA: POS on Trinidad, approximately 25 km south east of Port of Spain. Direct air service is available from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Orlando, New York JFK, and Newark, USA; Toronto, Canada; London, UK; Caracas and Porlomar, Venezuela; Panama City, Panama; Paramaribo, Suriname; Georgetown, Guyana; Barbados and various other islands in the Caribbean.
Trinidad is a popular location among yacht owners. Most anchor in the Chaguaramas area on the far northwest side of the island. The Trinidad and Tobago Sailing Association (http://www.ttsailing.org/) provides services to boaters, who are locally known as "Yachties". Cruise ships can also dock at the Cruise Ship Complex in Port of Spain.