Argyle Waterfall…it is worth the trip

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Chilling at the top of one of the levels 🙂

Without a doubt, Argyle waterfall is the most well known waterfall in Tobago. There are so many areas for you to discover, it is a real adventure visiting the various levels and relaxing at one of the mini waterfalls at each level. If you are making a trip to Tobago, it simply is a place that you must visit 🙂 It is impossible to have a bad time at such a beautiful, serene, peaceful, refreshing waterfall ❤

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The highest level I ventured too.. I think it was about the 5th level

Argyle waterfall is located in the village of Roxborough, Tobago and is approximately a 1 hour drive from Crown Point, Tobago. There are many levels to these falls and the last time I visited in December, I climbed up five levels and was told by one of the guides that there was actually further to go if we continued hiking.

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Me, at the base of the waterfall….ground level

The trail is beautiful and the hike is not difficult (about 15 mins one way) along a wide path that is easy for even for an inexperienced hiker. There is a small entrance fee ($50 TT for locals and $60 TT for foreigners) that you pay on arrival and secured parking for your vehicles at the start of the trail.

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The beautiful trail 🙂

This waterfall could get very busy during the  peak season (July – August vacation, Easter vacation) and it is suggested that you visit during the off seasons or early in the morning so that you can enjoy the waterfall more 😀

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2nd or 3rd level

Next time you are heading to Tobago. Be sure to put Argyle Waterfalls as one of your places to visit, you will not be disappointed ❤

PS. A little about me, I have been hiking for about 5 years and I am currently a hike-leader with HikersUnited (IG and FB).

Much Love

CS

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