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Asa Wright Nature Center Guided Tour from Port of Spain

Asa Wright Nature Center Guided Tour from Port of Spain -  Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$70.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

Visit the world-famous Asa Wright Nature Centre, a 200-acre (800,000 sq.meter) bird sanctuary and conservation center located deep in the hills of the Northern Range. Following the 1.5 hours drive to the nature center, you will be met by your knowledgeable guide for an informative nature walk through the lush tropical forest with its exotic trees and colourful flowers.

While actual sightings are not guaranteed, you'll want to keep a watchful eye out for exotic birds such as toucans, manikins and hummingbirds as well as graceful butterflies that live in this unique environment. Following your 1.5 hour nature walk, allow us to return you to your Port of Spain hotel.

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Trinidad Nature and Asa Wright Center Full-Day Tour from Port of Spain

Trinidad Nature and Asa Wright Center Full-Day Tour from Port of Spain - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$98.00

On the way to the Asa Wright Nature Centre, a lodge and birding station with a beautiful verandah overlooking the arima valley, this tour will pass the majestic Northern Range Mountain. The drive goes along a narrow road through the mountains during which guides will point out interesting plants and fruit trees ... More info ›

On the way to the Asa Wright Nature Centre, a lodge and birding station with a beautiful verandah overlooking the arima valley, this tour will pass the majestic Northern Range Mountain. The drive goes along a narrow road through the mountains during which guides will point out interesting plants and fruit trees. At the Centre, you'll view an incredible amount of different species of tropical birds from the same location. Hummingbirds feed from the containers hanging right in front of you, staying long enough for you to take some fantastic photographs. There’s a 1.5 hour guided walk through the rainforest where you see Agoutis, Tegu Lizards, and many other birds and also a fresh water pool for bathing.

A must for the nature lover and bird enthusiast, this tour provides an excellent introduction to Trinidad’s wildlife. Visiting the world-famous Asa Wright Nature Centre, you'll take a walk through the rainforest to watch birds and other wildlife at close range.

Leaving your hotel we drive to the nearby scenic Lady Young Lookout for panoramic photographs of Port of Spain and the Gulf of Paria beyond. On our way to the Asa Wright Nature Centre we pass the majestic Northern Range mountains with the Mount St. Benedict Monastery nestled into the mountainside. The town of Arima in the East of Trinidad is the gateway into the lush rainforest, the drive will lead us along a narrow road through the mountains during which guests will be able to see interesting plants and fruit trees.

The Asa Wright Nature Centre is a bird sanctuary and study centre set in 200 acres of the thickly forested Arima Valley. We visit the old plantation house with its large open verandah from which you can view an incredible amount of different species of tropical birds from the same location. Hummingbirds feed from the containers hanging right in front of you, staying long enough for you to take some fantastic photographs. Large tegu lizard and guinea pig-like agouti search for scraps below the bird feeders.

There is a guided walk through the forest where you'll learn about the uses of many different medicinal herbs, the history of the Asa Wright Centre, the oilbirds that live in an on-site cave, and fascinating birds like the bearded bell and the dancing manakin birds. Our return drive is via the same route with the option of visiting the Arima’s fresh produce market if time and clients’ wishes allow.

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Trinidad Northern Eco-Cultural Full-Day Highlights Tour from Port of Spain

Trinidad Northern Eco-Cultural Full-Day Highlights Tour from Port of Spain - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$98.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

Start the day with city tour of Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain. Admire the Parliament Buildings, Supreme Court, historic Woodford Square, shopping streets in the city’s bustling center and Independence Square, with its Central Bank. A drive through the city brings the tour to the Queens Park Savannah, a 200-acre recreational park lined with exotic trees and interesting colonial style mansions with amazing architectural designs and the newly constructed National Academy of the Performing Arts, similar to the Opera House in Sydney.

Traveling through Maraval, the tour will reach the scenic North Coast Road. From here, one can admire a stunning view of the lush green Paramin Hills to the west and the thick rainforest to the east.

Upon reaching the Caribbean Sea, take in the most spectacular panoramic view of the ocean. A stop at the panoramic Maracas Lookout provides the opportunity for some photos of the surrounding bays. You can taste some delicious local snacks like fresh pineapple chutney or "toolum" made from sugarcane molasses. You simply must try it.

The most popular beach in Trinidad, Maracas Bay, is surrounded by lush green, rainforest-covered mountains, with a sandy beach lined with coconut trees. Take a walk or swim, or just relax by one of the beach shacks. Try a famous Bake and Fish, a hot crispy fish sandwich with homemade bread, at your own expense. There are many different sauces from which you can choose, just beware of the very hot pepper. Basic dressing rooms with changing and toilet facilities and beach chairs are available to use during the 1.5 hour beach time.

Continuing on, pass through the lush green valley of Santa Cruz with its cocoa and coffee plantations. The second half of the tour provides a delightful introduction to the Caroni Bird Sanctuary where avifauna is particularly abundant. The sanctuary is a 48 square mile wetland area on Trinidad’s western coast, part mangrove swamp and part lagoon. Upon arrival, you'll board a large flat-bottomed boat and slowly travel along the beautiful waterways admiring the unusual landscape and variety of birds, crustaceans and other wildlife. Red, black and white mangroves populate the edges of the waterways, with many tiny oysters clinging to their roots. It is also possible to see non-poisonous snakes in the branches of the trees and caimans or silky anteaters.

Upon arriving in the wide lagoon, the boat becomes your floating vantage-point to witness the protected and brightly colored Scarlet Ibis. The birds feed and nest in this area and every sunset they fly in unison to roost, a spectacular cloud of red against the evening sky. They settle in the mangroves as the sun is setting, the quiet atmosphere of the lagoon adding atmosphere to a memorable trip. You will be dropped back of at your hotel at approximately 7:00pm.

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Trinidad Zipline and Hiking Adventure

Trinidad Zipline and Hiking Adventure - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$130.00

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 ... More info ›

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, We then Kayak in a popular spot called Williams Bay.  After this, drive through the busy suburb, St. James, to Fort George for spectacular panoramic views of Port of Spain.

A short drive along the scenic northwest coast dotted with marinas and yacht clubs brings us to a secluded bay where we begin the zipping experience. After receiving instructions, a waiver and guidelines, the adventure begins. Time to fly through the sky! 

There are 7 lines and 5 canopy walks and net bridges overlooking the majestic Caribbean Sea and lush forest. The highest cable is approximately 100 feet up and the longest cable is about 500 feet long. It takes about forty-five minutes to an hour to glide through the course. We zip from platform to platform with beautiful scenery greeting us at every turn! The zipline is internationally certified, meaning it has a double harness.

After this, we take either a swim in the refreshing waters of the bay and look for some tropical fish or Kayak in one of the most popular spots for kayaking called Williams Bay.

The last stop offers fantastic panoramic views of Port of Spain. Fort George towers at a height of 72 meters above sea level and overlooks Port of Spain, Central and South Trinidad - to the west we can see as far as Venezuela! What a beautiful, breezy spot and the best way to finish an energizing day!

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Matura Beach Turtle-Watching Experience

Matura Beach Turtle-Watching Experience - Port of Spain, Trinidad

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$107.00

Head to the north east coast of Trinidad and watch annual turtle egg-laying at Matura Beach! The season is between March - August. Beach stop is approximately 2-3 hours.The tour is in conjunction with an authorized local turtle protection group ... More info ›

Head to the north east coast of Trinidad and watch annual turtle egg-laying at Matura Beach! The season is between March - August. Beach stop is approximately 2-3 hours.The tour is in conjunction with an authorized local turtle protection group. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

Seasonal March to August, this is an organized night time excursion to view the giant Leatherback turtles lay their eggs on Trinidad’s eastern coast. From May to August there is also the chance of seeing hatchlings going back into the water.

Departing Port of Spain at 6.30pm, drive through several villages towards the northeast coast. You'll arrive at Matura Beach at approximately 8pm. Here a small group of villagers who patrol the beach during the egg-laying season await us. We are guided along the beach to view the nesting turtles in the moonlight, well away from all houses it is just you and the turtles!

Weighing up to 1,500 pounds and measuring 3 meters across, these giant creatures have undergone few evolutionary changes in their 150-million year history. The female turtle swims thousands of miles, returning to the beach of her birth to lay her eggs in the sand, a moving 2 hour process. Often you will see more than one turtle – and if you’re lucky the chance to see baby turtles hatching and quickly running towards the sea. Each nest contains approx. eighty eggs from which only two-three mature turtles remain.

Depending on the arrival of the turtles, arrive back in Port of Spain at approx. midnight. Basic covered waiting and toilet facilities are provided.

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Trinidad Rainforest Hike to Waterfall

Trinidad Rainforest Hike to Waterfall - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$110.00

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 ... More info ›

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).

After a short drive through the city of Port of Spain and suburbs we reach the scenic North Coast Road in the Northern Range. Here, admire a stunning view of the Paramin hills and lush rainforest. Upon reaching the Caribbean Sea we take a 10 minute stop at the Maracas Lookout which offers a spectacular view of the ocean. Delicious local snacks are on sale here (not inclyded in cost). A short drive brings us to t the most popular beach in Trinidad, Maracas Bay, surrounded by lush green rainforest-covered mountains and lined with coconut trees. Totally undisturbed by high rise hotels this beach has remained in it's natural, beautiful state.

Continuing past the even more peaceful Las Cuevas Bay, we drive through Blanchisseuse, a long picturesque village, before reaching our final destination: a tiny village in the rainforest (approx. 2 hours drive total). We walk through the rainforest to a small river where we cross. We then hike along a flat riverbed, admiring the natural beauty surrounding us. We then reach the amazing 65 feet waterfall with a big bathing pool. The cool atmosphere is ideal for relaxing and taking a bath in the plunge pool. Let the waterfall-spray massage your shoulders! This seems to be the picture-book waterfall that you may have already seen it in your dreams!

Upon return to base there is a basic changing facility at the car park. Our next stop is either at Las Cuevas or Maracas Bay for some more views - or even another bath if time allows. You should definitely sample the famous "Bake & Fish" in Maracas, a hot crispy fish sandwich with homemade bread. There are many different sauces from which you can choose, just beware of the very hot pepper!

After this experience we return to your hotel via the same route.

Please note that this hike is considered soft to moderate, and persons with normal walking ability would be able to do it. Some stones and large rocks in the riverbed can be slippery, however, and participants must wear shoes and be in reasonable physical condition.

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