The timezone in Trinidad and Tobago

Timezones are always computed by their difference to UTC, the "Universal Time Coordinated". In Trinidad and Tobago exists only a single tonezone at UTC-4. E.g. New York has the Eastern Standard Time at UTC-5 and the time difference between NY and Trinidad and Tobago is 1 hours.

Trinidad and Tobago has no time difference between summer and winter. A daylight saving time doesn't exist.

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Only 1 nationwide time zone

Standard time:Atlantic Standard Time (AST)
Daylight saving time:none


The Atlantic Standard Time also applies in Anguilla, in Trinidad and Tobago, in Aruba, in Barbados, in parts of Canada, in Curacao, in Dominica, in Grenada, in Guadeloupe, in Antigua and Barbuda, in Bonaire, in Saint Martin, in St. Martin, in Martinique, in Montserrat, in Puerto Rico, in the Dominican Republic, in Saint Barthelemy, in Saint Kitts and Nevis, in Saint Lucia, on the Virgin Islands, in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, in parts of Greenland, on the British Virgin Islands and in the Bermudas.
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