Soak up some sun, on Trinidad’s best-known beach, with its fine-grained, off-white quartz sand. Relax during the scenic drive to Maracas Bay, through the lush cool rain forest to Trinidad’s North Coast. Mesmerising palm fringed views captivates the visitor upon arrival. Experience going into the sea in our Floating Beach Wheelchair. Amaze your taste buds with the local delicacy known as Bake and Shark -a fried flatbread filled with perfectly seasoned fried-fish fillets, vegetables, fruit and an assortment of sauces ranging from sweet to very spicy, like tamarind sauce, local pepper sauce, garlic sauce. Or try the favourite: chadon beni (culantro) sauce.
Beautifully restored and refurbished, Mille Fleurs’ architectural style has been described as French Provincial, being one of seven magnificent mansions located around the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain. This mansion, built in 1904, features a balanced and symmetrical architectural style, with its intricately carved balusters, the marble treads, and risers into the building, the beautifully hand carved internal staircase, the elaborate and yet subtle cast iron columns and brackets.
This historic Gingerbread House with such elaborate fretwork, was constructed in 1906, in Belmont - the first suburb of Port of Spain. It has been transformed into a museum with timeless treasures of times past. Every room showcases exquisite craftsmanship of West Indian colonial furniture, silverware, fine china and porcelain dating back to the early 1900s.
The Lopinot Tourism Association Ltd welcome you to Lopinot - a restored agricultural estate in the verdant hills of Trinidad’s northern range where you are taken back in time, as you experience the history, culture and traditions. Learn about the history and folklore of the Count De Lopinot plantation, whose owner, the village is named after. Delight in the entire chocolate making process, from bean to bar.
The Santa Rosa First Peoples Community is recognised as the only organisation involved in ensuring the preservation and survival of the First Peoples heritage within Trinidad and Tobago. Their members actively preserve their way of life in their food preparation, indigenous home construction, weaving using terite reeds, heavy strength basket making using mamu vines, hunting, herbal medicines, harvesting of forest fruits, nuts and building materials.
Tour the Angostura facilities where the world-famous Angostura aromatic bitters is made. Peek into the “Bitters Room” where Angostura Bitters is made. Its formula has not changed since 1824. The tour includes a visit to Angostura Museum, Butterfly Collection and Art Gallery, as well as their state-of-the-art distillery and bottling plant.
Rain-o-Rama is the name of the former home – now turned into a museum, of the illustrious 11-time Road March winner -the late acclaimed calypso veteran - Kitchener, also known as “The Grand Master of Calypso”. Rain-o-rama displays the Grand Master’s memorabilia such as his old albums, suits, guitar and photos and his cherished accolades gained throughout his career. A singing career which spanned about six decades.
Mount St. Benedict Monastery Commanding an impressive yet serene hilltop views, nestled 4300 feet above sea level, in the lush green mountains of the Northern Range of Trinidad, is Mt St Benedict – the oldest monastic church in the region, founded by Benedictine Monks in 1912. The abbey consists of a tower, church, a monastery, a seminary, a drug rehabilitation center, a yogurt factory, and Pax Guest House. It provides a peaceful escape to find solace for all seeking quiet reflection.