One of our well known and iconic beaches
Mount St. Benedict
Mount Saint Benedict Abbey, also known as The Abbey of Our Lady of Exile is a Benedictine monastery following the Order of Saint Benedict.
Port Of Spain
Capital of the nation, this bustling business center boasts many fine examples of colonial-style architecture as well as a few touristy things to do.
Caroni Bird Sanctuary
For nature lovers, Caroni Bird Sanctuary, just south of Port of Spain, is a nirvana for you.
Asa Wright Nature Center & Lodge
A paradise for birders, the Asa Wright Nature Center & Lodge encompasses 1,500 acres of dense forest in the Arima and Aripo Valleys. Hummingbirds, woodcreepers, pygmy owls, trogons, and the rare nocturnal oilbird are just some of the avian species spotted at this former cocoa, coffee, and citrus plantation.
Queen’s Park Savannah
Queen’s Park Savannah is a park in Port of Spain where many activities are held every year.
The Royal Botanic gardens houses seven hundred trees of which thirteen percent (13%) are indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago while the other trees and plants represent all the other continents of the world.
Head to the north east coast of Trinidad and watch annual turtle egg-laying at Matura Beach! The season is between March – August. Beach stop is approximately 2-3 hours.