surf n snow and trinisurfer, there are a few places to surf on the North Coast in Trinidad. My favourite spot, which as it happens is I think the furthest, is Grande Riviere.... When I'm there, I usually don't see many others around... but that's because you drive past all the other beaches on the way and see if anyone's out. If they are, I just keep driving.. That way I usually score waves on my own! There are a few beaches in Toco, whose names I forget, but there's one called Big Bay and one called Beach Break that I used to go to a lot when I surfed at home. (This is on the NE Coast btw)
Coming from the NW, you will go past Maracas (which everybody says you can't surf at, but I have a few times), Las Cuevas, and then you get to Blanchisuesse. I used to surf at a beach called Damian's a lot when I lived at home, and there's another one called D2 and another called Pipes which I've been to a few times..... All in all, Trinidad doesn't have the biggest waves in the world, etc and they ain't world class breaks, but if you're going to be there, you might as well have a surf!
Also, another place that everyone says you can't surf is Mayaro. It honestly is not a good place to go, but I've seen some nice waves out there a few times and surfed some of them..... the advantage of going to the places that everybody else refuses to go is that you score these waves on your own!