The main destination of this sightseeing tour is Maracas Beach, the most popular beach in northern Trinidad. After a quick exploration of Port of Spain, you'll journey via the Saddle Road to this beautiful getaway. Magnificent views await you on this 3.5 hour journey.
• 3.5 hours
Trinidad boasts of an ecological diversity unmatched in the Caribbean and the east coast is a prime example. Featuring protected wetlands and miles of fine brown sand, this five and a half hour tour allows you to travel to the fascinating Asa Wright Nature Center. Here, you will experience rich bird life such as the Ruby-topaz humming-bird and the tufted coquette.
• 7 hours
Heading south out of Port of Spain and down the west coast, your circle island journey begins. You'll see the spectacular scenery of places such as the Gulf of Paris, Mayaro Beach, and Manzanilla. You will also visit the town of San Fernando, the second largest city of Trinidad.
• 7 hours
The bustling capital of Trinidad, Port of Spain, is an exciting city that intricately blends ancient and modern worlds and has a wide selection of shopping, art galleries and restaurants. Famous landmarks, majestic buildings and lush vegetation also await your discovery. A great introduction to the culture, history and lifestyle of Trinidad and Tobago.
• 3 hours
Take a 2 hour lunch cruise along the Murray River with the option of dining at Redgums on Emmylou. Choose from the seasonal menu and let the Chef prepare your two course lunch as you sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Murray River aboard PS Emmylou. Lunch package includes 2 hour cruise, a 2 course lunch and a glass of local wine, beer or soft drink.
• 1.5 hours
This nature tour takes you in an open flat-bottomed boat into the famous Caroni Wetlands with open lagoons and waterways and a beautiful scenery of the serene landscape of this untouched mangrove swamp. In the sunset you view dozens of different species of wildlife with the highlight being the spectacular Scarlet Ibis. See hundreds of birds fly in unison to their roosting trees.
• 5 hours
With a population of approximately 50,000 Port of Spain is the largest city in Trinidad. Your city tour of the capital includes a visit to the bustling Independence Square with its imposing Central Bank and surrounding lively shopping streets, the former Parliament Building, the Supreme Court and historic Woodford Square. The tour continues to the Queen’s Park Savannah and the "Magnificent Seven" a row of beautiful colonial style buildings. A walk in the Botanic Gardens is most rewarding. The last stop is at Fort George, a lookout point with spectacular views overlooking Port of Spain, the Gulf of Paria and surrounding areas, as far as Venezuela.
• 3 hours
This day trip will start with a brief city tour in the bustling heart of Port of Spain, Trinidad’s capital. Enjoy the scenic North Coast Road to Maracas Beach, with a stop at the Maracas Lookout for panoramic views and photo opportunities. Trying some local snacks here is a must. At the beach you can relax, swim or take a walk along the sandy shores, even taste the world-famous Bake and Fish. Next, the tour will visit the mysterious Caroni Wetlands. Slowly glide through the waterways in a large flat-bottomed boat, viewing various wildlife with a highlight being the roosting of Scarlet Ibis. A sunset in nature.
• 8 hours
Start with a scenic drive along the northwest coast to Chaguaramas where you have to your ziplining experience. There are 7 lines and 5 canopy walks and net bridges overlooking the majestic Caribbean Sea and rainforest. The highest cable is approximately 100 feet up and longest cable is about 500 feet up. In close vicinity, the group will have an easy and relaxing hike through the forest to the beautiful Edith Waterfall. After this, drive through the busy suburb, St. James, to Fort George for spectacular panoramic views of Port of Spain.
• 8 hours
A two hour drive along the scenic North Coast past the villages of Maracas & Blanchisseuse will bring us to the starting point of the hike: a tiny village in the remote rainforest. This hike is easy and takes approximately 45 minutes one way. You hike along and inside a shallow river to the most amazing waterfall of approximately 65 ft, with a large plunge pool for bathing. After some relaxing time on the big rocks or a refreshing bath - with a nice head-massage from the falls - you then return to the base. Basic changing facilities are provided. You are then taken to the popular Maracas Beach for a delicious "Bake & Fish" sandwich (not included in cost) and another swim (optional).
• 8 hours