Caribbean 4 in MiGMan’s World Tour

  • San Fernando and the South-West Coast
  • Trinidad and Tobago  Trinidad and Tobago
  • location_citySan Fernando
  • flight_takeoffTTPP Piarco to TTPP Piarco
  • directions24, 36, 112, 150 nm
  • Explore the many coastal towns and beaches in Trinidad's south west. The Point-A-Pierre POL (Petroleum, Oil, Liquid storage facility) is at the north end of the large coastal city of San Fernando. Follow the coastline all the way to Icacos Point which is the southernmost point on Trinidad.
    Round trips:
    24 nm: WP 1 Camden Airfield TTCO 3742 feet
    38 nm: WP 1 and 2 to San Fernando
    112 nm: Entire route
    150 nm: South East Region. Trinidad's south eastern area is sparsely populated and covered by forest. If you want to experience that region then fly to WP 5 at San Francique, turn east and follow the coast. After about 40 nm the coast turns north at Galeota Port and continues for another 43 nm to Galera Point.
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  • Crown Point, Tobago
  • Trinidad and Tobago  Trinidad and Tobago
  • location_cityTobago
  • flight_takeoffTTCP Crown Point to TTCP Crown Point
  • directions12, 18, 46 nm
  • Of the two islands in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago is the northernmost at about 14 nautical miles north of Trinidad. Take off from Crown Point TTCP 8992 feet and circumnavigate the island.
    Round trips:
    12 nautical miles: Scarborough at Waypoint 1
    18 nautical miles: Plymouth at Waypoint 6
    46 nautical miles: Entire route
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  • Trinidad North West
  • Trinidad and Tobago  Trinidad and Tobago
  • location_cityTrinidad
  • flight_takeoffTTPP Piarco to TTPP Piarco
  • directions58, 70, 72 nm
  • Just off the north coast of Venezuela lay the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, one of the larger island chains in the West Indies. Fly out out of Piarco International Airport TTPP 10,457, across the the capital Port of Spain, explore the north east coast of Trinidad and return across the east to west mountain range.
    NOTAM: At Chacachacare. Venezuela is visible 5 nautical miles to the west across Bocas del Dragon.
    Round trips: 58 nm: At WP 5 Diego Martin, turn south and follow the valley south for 5nm to WP 2 - Intersection at Fort George then return to Piarco airport. 70 nm plus: Explore the north east coast: Fly directly to WP 6, follow the coast to the east. At the most easterly point turn south and follow the coast. When ready, return via WP 7 or directly to Piarco airport. 72 nm: Entire route
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  • Providenciales, North and West Caicos
  • Turks and Caicos Islands  Turks and Caicos Islands
  • location_cityProvidenciales
  • flight_takeoffMBPV Providenciales to MBPV Providenciales
  • directions24, 24, 28, 85 nm
  • Fly past some of the most gorgeous resorts and beaches in teh Caribbean by taking off from Providenciales International Airport MBPV 9199 ft and following the northern shoreline to Little Water Cay (Iguana Island). Continue along the northern shores to the northern end of North Caicos. Fly down the east coast of North Caicos and back over Providenciales to West Caicos.
    Round Trips:
    24 nm: Lake Catherine, West Caicos
    24 nm: Pine Cay Airport MBPI at Leeward Settlement
    28 nm: Northwest Point National Park
    85 nm: Entire route
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  • South, East and Middle Caicos Islands
  • Turks and Caicos Islands  Turks and Caicos Islands
  • location_citySouth Caicos
  • flight_takeoffMBSC South Caicos to MBSC South Caicos
  • directions34, 39, 67 nm
  • Enjoy the stunning crystalline water and complex lagoons in the South, East and Middle Caicos Islands. Consider stopping at Conch Bar airstrip to soak up some Caribbean sun! Fly out of South Caicos International Airport MBSC with a 6013 ft runway but be aware that Conch Bar is a modest 2433 ft, and is surrounded by a dense wood.
    Return flights:
    34 nm: Big Pond lagoon. Middle Caicos
    39 nm: Cedar Point via WP 1 and WP 2
    67 nm: Entire route
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  • Pirate of the Caribbean
  • U.S. Virgin Islands  U.S. Virgin Islands
  • location_cityCharlotte Amalie
  • flight_takeoffTIST Cyril E. King to TIST Cyril E. King
  • directions14, 45 nm
  • The U.S. Virgin Islands was purchased from Denmark by the U.S.A. for $25 million in 1917. Traditionally home to hundreds of sugar plantations, the main islands are Saint Croix, Saint John, Saint Thomas. Blackbeard, a notorious pirate, left a watch at capital, Charlotte Amalie, today known as "Blackbeard’s Castle". It is very difficult to spot from an aircraft. If you want to look for it, it’s located 2nm east of the threshold of RWY 28, and 0.2 nm from the shore.
    Round trips:
    14 nm: Turquoise Bay, near WP 5
    45 nm: Entire route
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