Now this spot is a MUST SEE on any visit to Trinidad and Tobago. It is not as popular as other waterfalls like Paria Waterfall (see my blog post Paria Bay and Waterfall in all its glory) or Rincon waterfall (view my post Rincón Waterfall, Trinidad) but it is for sure, one of my top 5 … Continue reading Aripo Blue Basins! What a beauty 🙂
The North Coast of Trinidad is filled with many beautiful waterfalls. Rincon waterfall and Paria waterfall are the most popular (check out my blog post on these beloved waterfalls), but for a first time hiker or someone now beginning a fitness journey, Avocat Waterfall with the rooftop balcony / jacuzzi is the place for you. This … Continue reading Avocat Waterfall
This is hands down one of my favorite hikes to do in Trinidad. I know I have said that on many occasions, but this is truly one of my top ten favorite spots to relax. Ohh how I wish I was heading there tomorrow! This is a perfect spot for an adventure on a nice … Continue reading Mermaid Pools – It is worth the trip!
Cyril Bay is one of my top five beaches on the North Coast of Trinidad <3. It is a beautiful, serene beach and it forms part of the La Vache Bay which comprises a number of small beaches and coves such as Pichon Cove. In the past, before the construction of the North Coast Road … Continue reading Cyril Bay – before Maracas Bay, this was the place to be in Trinidad!
I have been to Paria many many times before, but honestly that trip with the Hikers United Crew on March 9th was something extra special. At times, I find myself just going through the pictures and videos from that day and just reminiscing and smiling thinking about how much fun we had. The weather was … Continue reading Paria Bay and Waterfall in all its glory 🙂
So back in January, I had the pleasure of revisiting Forest Point Beach or La Forêt Beach in Toco during the day time this time! 😀 It was a truly magnificent day, the weather was awesome and although it drizzled a little bit at the start, the sun came out in all its glory in … Continue reading A beautiful Day at Forest Point Beach
There is always that one place, that you can never get tired of visiting. Turure Water Steps, is that place for me ❤ Pronounced "Too - Roo - Ray", this series of limestone waterfall steps is located in Valencia and is considered one of the easy hikes in Trinidad. It is a perfect beginner's hike … Continue reading Turure Water Steps – One of my favorite spots in Trinidad
What is this beautiful waterfall doing hidden in the residential area of Blue Basins, Diego Martin? That was the first thought that passed through my mind when after work a couple of Fridays ago, I visited this hidden gem on the west coast of Trinidad ❤ The starting point for the hike to the waterfall … Continue reading A waterfall in Diego Martin?
After venturing to the beautiful Rainbow Falls , we decided to head to Twin River Falls which was also in the Goodwood area in Tobago. We got back in our cars which we had parked outside of Rainbow Nature Resort and drove to the end of the road and parked when we reached the river … Continue reading Hiking in Tobago? Part II – Twin River Falls
Now don't get me wrong. It is not that I thought there were no real hikes in Tobago apart from the hike to the gorgeous Argyle Waterfall. But, I just personally had never been hiking I'm Tobago 😮 although I have been visiting Tobago for more than 20+ years and have been there more times that I … Continue reading Hiking in Tobago? Part I – Rainbow Falls
Rincón waterfall is another one of my favorite spots in Trinidad. My first trip to this location was in September 2015 and I was honestly so stunned that such a tall, mesmerizing waterfall existed in Trinidad. It was only in 2015 that I started hiking and visiting a waterfall such as this, on my island was … Continue reading Rincón Waterfall, Trinidad
Have you ever had a mud bath? Is submerging yourself in a pool of mud an item on your bucket list? Well you need to take a trip to the Bunsee Trace Mud Volcano located in Penal, Trinidad. The drive from Grand Bazaar to Bunsee Trace takes about 1 hr 30 mins with no traffic. … Continue reading Feeling for a Mud Bath? Hike to the Bunsee Trace Mud Volcano