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Avocat Waterfall is absolutely beautiful. An easy hike along the river, which makes it accessible to even the non hiker, practically anyone. When you get there, you experience a powerful waterfall that cause an updraft of wind which blows your mind. A beautiful pool for swimming, shallow and deep sides.Hiking up rivers, climbing through uncharted rain forests where your leader follows only his knowledge of the forests. While walking you will see, experience and learn of the natural history of this magnificent rainforest. The walk ends at the seventy-foot waterfall, where swimming in the small pool at the base of the falls is our objective. Relax while getting a natural massage as you sit at the foot of the falls.
Our spectacular Nylon pool tour has three stops. We depart the Buccoo Jetty and journey to the Buccoo reef where you can see some of the most amazing corals and fishes through our glass bottom boat. An opportunity to snorkel will also be granted on this tour. Our second stop will be at nylon pool and from there we journey to no man's land.
Little Tobago, an offshore island which is visible from Speyside Village. It is a very important sanctuary in the Caribbean for bird lovers to visit. It is a Sea and Land Bird Sanctuary. Little Tobago is a bird watchers paradise, the scenery of this small but sweet island is just truly spectacular. A glass bottom boat will be our transport to Little Tobago. After we pick you up from your hotel, view the parrot fish and queen angels along the way. Little Tobago is a haven for rare birds including red-billed tropicbirds, magnificent frigate birds, shearwater and red footed boobies. We snorkel off Goat Island, considered the best reef in Tobago and home to the largest brain coral known A minimum of two persons is required for this booking
See beautiful Buccoo Reef from a different vantage point in this glass-bottom boat tour with morning or afternoon departures. With guidance from your captain and crew—plus snorkeling gear, masks, and life jackets provided—dive under water and admire exotic fish, coral gardens, and sea grass. You’ll also stop at Nylon Pool, a famous shallow sandy area in the middle of the sea, where you can walk, float, or swim.
A short drive through the city of Port-of-Spain. Along the highway, our first stop would be for lunch at a roti shop which is available from Monday to Saturday.( Sunday and public holidays we make alternative arrangements). After lunch we proceed to the Hanuman Murti, Temple by the Sea and The Indian Museum, which opens from Tuesday to Sunday (don't open on public holidays). After the tour of the museum our final stop would be the Caroni Swamp, where the main attraction would be the Scarlet Ibis. On entering the boat you would be given a guided commentary tour through the mangroove. Lnch on own A minimum of two persons per booking is required we do accommodate one person at an extra cost of the total cost
Enjoy a morning or afternoon hiking through the unspoilt rainforest of Tobago, the oldest protected rainforest in the western hemisphere having been established in 1776. Be sure to bring your camera so you do not miss the opportunity for amazing photos. You will explore the beauty of this natural habitat and immerse yourself in all of its beauty, noises, birds and other animals that call it home. This 3-4 hour excursion includes a professional guide and the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle.
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.
Admire local birds from a boat on this tour of the Caroni Bird Sanctuary. Depart from your hotel in a private taxi and make your way to the bird sanctuary. Accompanied by a guide, board a flat-bottomed boat and admire the natural wildlife. Spot the scarlet ibis, Trinidad’s national bird.
Combine the thrill of ziplining, a history lesson, and the serenity of fantastic views on this half-day adventure. The tour begins with a stroll along a popular boardwalk that used to be a World War II Army base. Next, soar through the treetops on a series of ziplines. Then, wind down with some beach time and pique your curiosity with a visit to an abandoned cemetery.
Explore the vibrant ecosystem of Trinidad during this half-day boat tour through the Caroni Wetlands. Traverse the mangrove forests, lagoons, and waterways to discover dozens of species of plants and animals such as snakes, anteaters, snowy egrets, crustaceans, and much more. This tour is a must do for bird watchers as it is possible to see many species of birds flying overhead and living in the wetland area.
Terry's Tobago Fun Island Tour is the most popular tour among island visitors, and for good reason. While we do offer shorter island tours (such as the Highlights of Tobago Half-Day Tour), this all-day tour is the best way to make the most of your trip and really see what Tobago is about, including just enough history, culture and beach to satisfy everyone’s interests. Be sure to bring your swimsuits and some dry clothes so you can snorkel in some of the island’s breathtaking hidden bays. An authentic Caribbean lunch is included with the tour, an experience in itself. Your guide will pick you up around 8:30 a.m. and drop you off around 6:00 p.m. Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned private vehicle.
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.
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.
Witness giant leatherback turtles lay eggs at Matura Beach in this turtle-watching experience. Journey to Trinidad’s eastern coast between March and August to join this organized nighttime excursion. Led by a small group of villagers, who are members of an authorized local turtle protection group, this tour allows you to observe the annual egg-laying, and even baby turtles hatching and running toward the sea, without disturbing the animals.
This tour is a fantastic combination of a bit of sightseeing and learning about Tobago's Flora and Fauna. The Argyle waterfall is one of the main attractions on the island with the opportunity to swim in its beautiful pools. Tobago offers an incredible variety of birds and plants which you will learn about and see up close on this tour.
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.
Combine a comprehensive tour of Port of Spain, Trinidad’s largest city, and a trip to Fort George, a lookout point at 236 feet (72 meters) above sea level with magnificent panoramic views of the city, the Gulf of Paria, and even as far as Valenzuela. The city tour starts at Independence Square before moving on to Queen’s Park Savannah and the nearby row of beautiful colonial buildings called “Magnificent Seven.” Additional stops include a museum and botanic gardens.
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.
Experience with a difference, a natural mud bath at L’eau Michel Mud Volcano in south Trinidad. Unlike other mud volcanoes in Trinidad, the mud at L’eau Michel is semi solid and liquid enough for visitors to bathe in. The mud flows out through active vents. The mud here is not hot despite what the term ‘volcano’ might suggest, the mud is cool and smooth and so dense it keeps you a float. This is usually followed by a short 30-minute hike to the southern coast to L’eau Michel Beach. The tour concludes with a stop at the Roti Shop and Debe to experience their Cuisine. (Which is included in the cost. A minimum of two persons is required we do accommodate one person at a extra cost of 50 percent
Tobago Island Tour is one of the most popular and adventurous tours around the entire island. Travelers have said this is one of the best ways you can see what Tobago and the environs have to offer including an experience that you will never forget which is swimming at Castara Bay, where you can snorkel and view the stingrays.
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.
The Full Island Tour is the most popular tour among island visitors, and for good reason. While we do offer shorter island tours (such as the Highlights of Tobago Half-Day Tour), this all-day tour is the best way to make the most of your trip and really see what Tobago is about, including just enough history, culture and beach to satisfy everyone’s interests. Be sure to bring your swimsuits and some dry clothes so you can snorkel in some of the island’s breathtaking hidden bays. An authentic Caribbean lunch is included with the tour, an experience in itself.
Our Sunday to Friday Brunch at Chocolate Bar Café, is where you will enjoy a traditional cocoa or coffee tea and a choice of a four course breakfast, after this scrumptious brunch, our tour continue to the City of Port-of-Spain where you will have a first hand look at some of the historic mansions known as the “Magnificent Seven”. Located around the Queen’s Park Savannah, these mansions include Stollmeyer’s Castle, which was built in 1904 and is reminiscent of the German Romantic style; the Queen’s Royal College, which is a secondary school for over 1,200 students; Whitehall, which features a design inspired by the Venetian-style Palazzi and the Archbishop’s House. Before we return to your hotel our tour ends at Fort George Hill looking over the city of Port of Spain. A minimum of 2 percent is required we do accommodate one person at a extra cost of 50 percent of the cost