Make the most of your time and see the highlights of Trinidad in this half-day guided excursion from Port of Spain. Your tour takes you about 236 feet (72 meters) above sea level to Fort George to view magnificent panoramas of Port of Spain. Plus, get a chance to taste local delicacies (own expense), such as chow (freshly seasoned fruit) and the famous "bake and fish," a hot and crispy fish sandwich. Time at the beach makes this tour a home run.
Visit the stunning Avocat Waterfall with this guided hiking tour. Perfect for those without previous hiking experience, wander along an easy path beside the river. Learn about the rainforest's natural history while admiring the local flora and fauna. Arrive at the powerful waterfall for the chance to swim in the pool beneath. Afterwards, unwind in the sun on the glorious Maracas Beach.
After the City Highlights tour which take you thurigh the city of Port of Spain you will witness these Historical sites; The Red House, Woodford square, Lady Young lookout Fort George,Porforming Art Center, Queen Park Savannah and the Magnificent 7 as will the Botanicel Gardens. as the tour then continues explore the lush forests of the Northern Range we then continue to the most beautiful beach on the Caribbean Sea and Trinidad's most popular beach, Maracas Bay. Before stopping at Maracas lookout at the Maracas lookout you can purchase local preservatives. As the tour reach Maracas take a moment to relax on the sand and swim in the soothing water. Local cuisine is also in abundance at Maracas Bay so be sure to enjoy some of our world renowned, mouthwatering dishes such as Bake and Shark, Bake and King fish.
Experience an authentic and unspoiled Caribbean beach in a half-day trip to Las Cuevas Beach from Port of Spain. This 1.36-mile (2.2-kilometer) beach is a Blue Flag award winner for its purity and compliance to international standards. Highlights of the tour include a Maracas Lookout photo op, a North Coast Road scenic drive, and a chance to sample local delicacies (own expense), such as sesame seed balls and pineapple chutney.
Take a cruise up the Northwest Coast of Trinidad and through the Gulf of Paria with this sunset yacht cruise. The yacht is equipped with an outdoor deck and an air-conditioned interior and rum punch and snacks will be provided. You'll even get the chance to stop along the way to swim in the warm waters; if you’re lucky, you may even spot some Hawksbill turtles.
Discover the delicious local cuisine of Trinidad during this 3-hour evening tasting tour. Visit a number of local establishments and food stalls and sample local cuisine such as corn soup, roti, geera pork sandwiches, doubles, and much more. Learn about the island from your informative guide as you discover the hidden food gems of Trinidad. Round-trip transportation from your hotel is included.
Discover the highlights of Trinidad on this half-day sightseeing excursion from Port of Spain. Visit all of the Port of Spain highlights, including the Red House, the Magnificent Seven, Queens Park Savannah, and the Botanical Gardens. Then hit the Saddle Road towards Maracas Beach, stopping at Lady Young Lookout and driving through the region's scenic coffee and cocoa plantations before returning to Port of Spain.
Explore Maracas Bay at a leisurely pace and relax on the beach on this private tour. Depart from your hotel or port in a private vehicle with a driver and head to the Maracas Lookout to take in the scenic views. Continue to Maracas Beach, where you can relax on the sand and purchase local food and drink.
Hear the music of Trinidad live on this 2.5-hour tour that takes you the steelpan yards of the area. Locations of the steelpan yards vary, but include areas of Port of Spain and Woodbrook. This tour also includes round-trip transport from your hotel, and can be adjusted accordingly if families with children would like to take it. After hearing the steelpan performers play music, you can choose to go back to your hotel, or you can journey down to an area that's extremely popular for its nightlife scene.
So you have a connecting flight from let’s say..Guyana..Grenada or Just passing Through on the MSC or Some Majestic Cruise Liner and are wondering what to do with a layover of 6 hours or more?or just here on the Island for a Vaca or Business Trip..Why sit in at the Airport on your Layover or Your Hotel and waste valuable hours when there is so much to see and do in Port of Spain Trinidad. Our attention to detail and security is our foundation for service. Your professional Driver/guide can show you around some Breathtaking Views during your Stopover. So trust us and lets get out to experience SWEET TnT.
Visit Yerette, Home of the Hummingbird, a unique and intimate venue focused on the world’s smallest birds. The aviary oasis is also the home of conservationists Theo and Gloria Ferguson, who entertain groups on an appointment basis. See up to 14 of the 18 species of hummingbirds found in Trinidad and Tobago. A light meal is included.
Relax on a coconut-lined sandy beach, free of high-rise hotels, in a day trip to the beach at Maracas Bay. Tourism hasn’t touched this popular 1.25-mile (2-kilometer) beach in Trinidad yet, so you can swim, walk, or relax without much interruption. A must-try (own expense) is the famous "bake and fish," a hot and crispy fish sandwich with different sauces. Plus, the panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea make for a perfect photo.
Get out of the city and spend some time in nature with this hiking tour. You'll hike through the Blanchisseuse Forest, with lots of stops to take in views along the way. You'll have the chance to visit attractions such as Turtle Head Rock, the Cathedral at Paria Bay, and Paria Beach, with time to take a refreshing dip at the base of Paria Falls.
Experience firsthand the splendor that is Trinidad and Tobago's Carnival. For five days, from Fantastic friday (the Friday before Carnival) to Carnival Tuesday, immerse yourself in every aspect of the greatest show on earth. Carnival is on the 12th and 13th February 2024
Come see nature at its best as you go turtle-watching on the North Coast of Trinidad, in a tiny villages to witness the giant leatherback turtles . Your contibution goes to help the young people of the villages who are trying to make a difference in their life. It's truly a pure nature tour! The endangered leatherback turtles come ashore from March 15th. to July 25th. of each year for their nesting season. These giant leatherback turtles visit these shores as many as 3 or 4 times during the season to lay between 480 and 1,000 eggs. As you may know, they can be up to seven feet in length. Many of the turtles can weigh more than 2,000 pounds. These magnificent creatures travel for thousands of miles in the water to come here to lay there egg.
It's a Nature Lovers Dream. The fall is an easy 30 to 50 minutes hike with a huge plunge pool, perfect for swimmers the fall creates a relaxing atmosphere as nature lovers sit and enjoy this spectacular land form on your drive to the falls we will make a quick stop to purchase some street food you can take it with you or you can have it on the street as you lime with the locals.
1. To have the opportunity to soak in the natural sulphur pool, enjoy the bountiful birdlife or just stand and admire one of nature's true wonders.
2. to be able to see the 14+ species of colorful hummingbirds from very close proximity, also Agouti, Golden Tegu Lizards, and many other birds.
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