Trinidad and Tobago is an island country that is situated just off the coast of northeastern Venezuela. Both Trinidad and Tobago islands surprise visitors with their unspoiled natural beauty that is not found in most of the other Caribbean islands. The climate here is classified as tropical with two seasons annually, the dry and rainy season and the winds are usually influenced by the northeast trade winds. The islands are known not only for their beautiful sandy beaches, but also for their carnivals. Trinidad boasts one of the largest carnivals in the world that promises to get you in the festive spirit.
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Surfing in Avalon Beach, Avalon, New South Wales Australia
The north side of the beach attracts surfers of all levels. The south side of the beach, also known as Little Avalon, has totally different surf characteristics. To begin with, it is an exposed reef break that has dependable surf at all stages of the tide. Surfers can explore the waves with swell sizes from 3 ft (1 m) to 10 ft (3 m). The best tide movement is low and mid tide.
Ideal wind direction is from the southwest and best swell direction is from the northeast. In summer the wind blows offshore at 11%, in autumn the wind blows at 14%, in winter at 10% and in spring at 9%. This spot can produce good waves all year long and it is suitable for more experienced surfers. The average water temperature is about 21ºC/69.8ºF. Watch out for rips, rocks, urchins and sharks.