Maracas Bay is a beach on the island of Trinidad. It is located on the north side of the island, an hour’s mountainous drive from the capital city of Port of Spain via the North Coast Road.
Pigeon Point, Tobago
An expansive nature reserve in a lush, coastal setting with outdoor recreation, live music & dining.
Located at La Brea in southwest Trinidad, the Pitch Lake is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world. Known to many as the 8th wonder of the world, the lake is the major supplier of asphalt to the international market.
Asa Wright Nature Centre & Lodge
The Asa Wright Nature Centre and Lodge is a nature resort and scientific research station in the Arima Valley of the Northern Range in Trinidad and Tobago. The centre is one of the top bird watching spots in the Caribbean; a total of 159 species of birds have been recorded there.
Englishman’s Bay is a secluded beach on the leeward coast of Tobago, between Castara and Parlatuvier. Although the bay does not draw the large numbers of beach-goers that Tobago’s western beaches.
Little Tobago is a small island off the northeastern coast of Tobago, and part of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The island supports dry forest. It is an important breeding site for seabirds
Gaspar Grande or Gasparee is an island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago named for Gaspar de Percín. The island is 1.29 km² in area and lies 12 km west of Port of Spain. Gasparee Caves is a natural system of limestone caverns and caves created by millions of years of wave action and slightly acid rain on the island of Gaspar Grande.
Emperor Valley Zoo
The Emperor Valley Zoo is the main zoo in Trinidad and Tobago, located north of the Queen’s Park Savannah and west of the Botanic Gardens in Port of Spain. It is also the only zoo in the Caribbean to house Lions, Giraffes, an entertaining Giant Otter and a 30 year old 12 foot Crocodile.
Store Bay, Tobago
With great local dishes and some of the best local craft on the island, Store Bay is one of the best tourist beaches in Tobago known for great bathing and lovely relaxation.
This mysterious, uninhabited island, once the site of a colony of lepers run by a group of nuns, is only five miles off the northwest coast of Trinidad.
Fort King George
Elevated fort built in 1781, featuring cannons, artifacts, a museum in the barracks & ocean vistas.
Caroni Bird Sanctuary
The Caroni Swamp and the Bird Sanctuary is the home to Trinidad and Tobago’s Scarlet Ibis bird. In the afternoon around 4:00 pm a beautiful scene unfolds as the Scarlet Ibis returns in numbers to nest in the mangrove.
El Cerro del Aripo
El Cerro del Aripo, at 940m, is the highest point in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is part of the Aripo Massif and is located in the Northern Range on the island of Trinidad.
Located at the end of the Tucker Valley Road, Macqueripe is a small pocket beach just 117 metres long and 16 metres wide tucked neatly in a bay which makes for great bathing, snorkeling and scuba diving.
The Nariva Swamp is the largest freshwater wetland in Trinidad and Tobago and has been designated a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Trinidad
Serene botanical gardens popular for picnics & photography, with hiking trails & diverse trees.
Historical, architecturally notable home. This grand, early 20th-century Scottish Baronial–style home resembles a wing of Balmoral Castle.
Mayaro Bay stretches for nine miles on the east coast of the island of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The beach which lines the bay, Mayaro Beach, is a popular destination for holidays.
San Fernando Hill
Iconic mount with views & a playground. Natural hill with panoramic views, plus a visitor center, playground & picnic areas.
Mount Saint Benedict
Benedictine monastery dating to 1912. Established in 1912, this active Benedictine monastery features a seminary, a guest house & more.
Huevos is an island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The island is 1.01 km² in area. It is one of the “Bocas Islands”, which lie in the Bocas del Dragón between Trinidad and Venezuela.
National Museum and Art Gallery, Trinidad
Museum with art & history exhibits. Opened in 1892, this museum features exhibits on art, natural history, social history & more
Las Cuevas Beach
Great for swimming and sunbathing, it is the longest (22km) strip of sand and the second most popular beach on the North Coast.
El Tucuche is the second highest peak in Trinidad’s Northern Range and is noted for its interesting pyramidal shape. It is fabled in Amerindian lore as a sacred mountain.
Central Range, Trinidad and Tobago
The Central Range is a mountain range on the island of Trinidad. It extends diagonally across the island and is a low-lying range with swampy areas rising to rolling hills.
Tobago Cocoa Estate
The Tobago Cocoa Estate W.I. Ltd is a heritage park where visitors can learn about the history of cocoa in Tobago, see historical displays and participate in the fermentation and drying activities at the estate. The visitor will experiences the agro-culinary approach to tourism and participate in a rum and chocolate tasting session after an evening of dinner that showcases the local cuisine of Tobago.
City-center park & debate site. A Downtown grassy square with a fountain, a popular gathering place for political discussions.
The macabre name for beautiful Bloody Bay allegedly originates from a naval battle around 1666 when an English fleet defeated a combined Dutch and French fleet. Bloody Bay is a glorious sheltered bay with nearly 400m of golden sands and clear blue waters.
Harry’s Water Park
Amusement park with huge water slides. Fun park with water slides, a lazy river & wave pool, plus a wildlife trail, fishing & zip lining.
Beautiful natural waterfall found in the hills of Maracus, ideal for Hiking.
Bon Accord Lagoon
The Bon Accord Lagoon is located on the southwest coast of Tobago. It is a protected Ramsar wetland site, fringed with mangroves and a sea-grass community. The lagoon covers an area of 77 hectares. It is a habitat for many birds and also a spawning ground for fish. Different species of birds can be viewed here by the bird watching enthusiast.
Castara Bay, Tobago
This 308 metre beach has much more to offer than its small size suggests. Set in the quaint village of Castara, this is a picturesque beach packed with activities including swimming, sunbathing, kayaking, snorkelling and fishing.
Famous waterfall with a 3-level drop of 54m into a series of pools surrounded by jungle.
Stonehaven Bay is a picturesque beach destination that comprised of soft, light brown, medium grain sand that is ideal for destination weddings, leisurely romantic walks, sunbathing, snorkeling, kayaking and surfing.
Reached by a long flight of steps, this sheltered, unspoiled beach offers swimming & snorkeling.
The Buccoo Reef is one of the most accessible coral reefs in the Caribbean. It is a protected marine park located a short distance off Buccoo Beach, The reef has a fascinating, colourful underwater life.
Scotland Bay is located on the North Western peninsula of Trinidad and it is sometimes referred to as “Down D Islands” because getting there is only accessible by boat. The Bay is a popular destination for a beach lime because of its soothing calm waters and it is a favourite anchor spot for yachts.
Five Islands Amusement Park
Five Islands Amusement Park is the first theme park in Trinidad offering an indoor & outdoor park with 6 exhilarating attractions, a video arcade, party rooms, a restaurant and a bar. Admission is based on height and unlimited rides.
The blue-green waters of this picturesque destination are inviting for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Saut d’Eau, French for “Waterfall”, is a small island in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It is located just off the north coast of the main island of Trinidad in the Caribbean Sea.