3 Days in Trinidad & Tobago: Suggested Itineraries
By Viator, August 2010
Day 1: Take a Tour
Trinidad and Tobago’s capital, Port of Spain, is a bustling city dotted with forts and colonial ruins and posh marketplaces and art galleries alike. Perhaps the best way to find your way in this maze of excitement is to embark on one of the city’s many introductory tours. The Port of Spain City Tour will take you through many of the island’s old and new sights such as the Red House on Abercromby Street.
Day 2: Beach Drive
One of the most popular pleasures in Trinidad and Tobago is to drive along the beaches, stopping by at beaches along the way for a shack meal or some fun and frolic. The Trinidad Highlights and Scenic Drive is a nice tour that allows you to do just that as you journey from the famous Maracas Beach to Saddle Road. Other tour highlights include a short drive to Lady Young Lookout and a visit to coffee and cocoa plantations at Santa Cruz Valley.
Day 3: Nature and Sightseeing
If you’re a nature lover, Trinidad and Tobago offers plenty to keep you busy. Head over to the 200 acre (81 hectare) Asa Wright Nature Center bird sanctuary and conservation center to experience an unmatched ecological diversity. Alternatively, make a trip to Buccoo Reef in Scarborough where you can witness unparalleled marine life either as you snorkel or aboard a glass bottomed boat.
Tours & Tickets
The main destination of this sightseeing tour is Maracas Beach, the most popular beach in northern Trinidad. After a quick exploration of Port of Spain, ... Read more
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)