One wondrous Saturday Morning a couple of weeks ago, my friends and I decided to do a scout for our hiking club, Hikers United to the little known beach, Marakeet / Maraqueet Bay / Balata Bay off the North Coast of Trinidad. I was absolutely shocked, this place has been here all my life and … Continue reading Marakeet Bay, where have you been all my life?
Due to Covid regulations in Trinidad and Tobago, hiking to rivers and therefore waterfalls are still not permitted 🥺😢 I truly hope that they will reopen very soon as waterfalls are my favorite places to hike to with our Hikers United Team. Who doesn't want to jump in a big natural pool at the end … Continue reading Ranking My Top 5 waterfalls in Trinidad
A couple of Saturdays ago, I embarked upon my most challenging hike to the date to the second tallest mountain in Trinidad, El Tucuche (936 m tall) with the Fitness Walkers Hiking Club. (NB. The tallest mountain in Trinidad is El Cerro Del Aripo which is 940 m in height.) I always wanted to do … Continue reading Hike to El Tucuche (The 2nd tallest peak in Trinidad)
There are many benefits to living on a small island such as my beautiful twin island Republic, Trinidad and Tobago but my favorite one is the beaches. I absolutely love to go to the beach, I honestly don't even need to bathe in the water to have a good time, just being there is sometimes … Continue reading Off the beaten path …. my top 3 North Coast beaches.
Happy Saturday..... how are you going? I hope all is well with you and your family. Nationwide lock-downs in my country about a month ago has made me appreciate the outdoors and hiking even more 😊 Now, let me introduce to you to my stomping ground during these Covid 19 times, the beautiful Covigne Gorges … Continue reading Covigne Gorges…the hidden gem of Chaguaramas
There are many beautiful waterfalls hidden throughout the trails of the North Coast of Trinidad but one that I particularly enjoy is the stunning Aripo Falls. This small, cute, gorgeous waterfall is located in the Heights of Aripo and it is the waterfall that I wish I had in my own backyard (A Girl could … Continue reading My love affair with Aripo Falls
Honestly, I believe that a day at the beach is just good for the mind, body and soul. There is something healing about being at the beach, whether you bathe in the water or you just sit and relax on the sand or just lie back and listen to the sound of the waves and … Continue reading My Top 4 Beaches in Trinidad – Advice from a hiker!
Rio Seco waterfall is located just before the village of Balandra in the north-east of Trinidad. This waterfall is one of the most well known in Trinidad and is beloved by many 😉 On any given weekend or especially on a holiday it is one of the most popular locations for hikers, limers (liming is … Continue reading Rio Seco Waterfall…… a perfect beginner’s hike
The beautiful Mt Tabor is the name of the mountain top behind the Mt St Benedict Church. This hike is one of the most scenic in Trinidad with views of the East-West Corridor and all the way south to the San Fernando Hill on the way up and a view of the St Joseph Valley … Continue reading Sometimes it is all about the View: Mt Tabor hike
Are you a fan of Batman? Did you know that there are bat caves not only beneath Gotham City but also right here in sweet TnT ❤ If you ever fancy visiting a bat cave similar to where Batman has his hide out, you can always hike to Tamana Bat Caves in central Trinidad. This … Continue reading Looking for Batman in Tamana Bat Caves
After stopping by The Book Junkie Bookstore, we continued on the road to Mayaro. On the second leg of our Mayaro Road Trip we headed into the vibrant fishing village of Ortorie Mayaro. Our fist stop was a beach filled with sea shells off Point Radix Road. My mother again had mentioned this spot to … Continue reading Nothing Beats a Mayaro Road Trip 🙂 Part II
Radix Village in Mayaro is a quiet beautiful beach community located on the south-eastern side of Trinidad facing the Atlantic Ocean. It is a small, close knit village and it is the spot where my mother and her siblings spent their summer holidays when they were growing up. The actual county of Mayaro is much … Continue reading Nothing beats a Mayaro Road Trip 🙂 Part I