Caribbean Trivia Online Quiz Question III

| February 25, 2018

Answer to question number #2 is St Vincent and the Grenadines. The persons to provide the correct answer to question #2 were Ria Redman from Barbados, EC Forde from Barbados based in London, Margaret St John from Grenada based in London; and Nordia Jackson from Jamaica based in London. CONGRATULATIONS ladies and gentlemen you have all been entered in the grand finale draw for phase 1 in four weeks on Saturday 24th March 2018.


In order to qualify…Send answer to:
along with full name, mobile number and Caribbean country you’re associated with.
Note: All those with the correct answer gets selected to enter the big draw in four weeks.


In what year did Christopher Columbus visit the islands of Trinidad and Tobago?

  1. 1678
  2. 1498
  3. 1765
  4. 1895

Answer will be published on Sunday 4th March 2018.
Question provided by Vaughn Nanton from St Vincent and the Grenadines.

Gift sponsors for Round 1 are as follows:

3rd prize from Kingston Jamaica: One box of assorted foods and snacks from Jamaican Gyal. (This prize is for Jamaicans on the island of Jamaica who win in this round).
2nd prize from London: Two boxes of patties from Port Royal Patty. (This prize is for UK-based winners who win in this round).
1st prize from London: One Tea Hamper boasting an assortment of herbal teas from Dalgety Teas & Herbs. (This prize is for UK-based winners who win in this round).

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