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Cities in Trinidad and Tobago:   Plymouth - Port of Spain - Scarborough
Destinations in Trinidad and Tobago:   Port of Spain - Port of Spain Corporation - Tobago - Trinidad - Western Tobago

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Trinidad Nighttime Food Tour

Trinidad Nighttime Food Tour - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$52.00

Experience some great tasting eats on a fun driven 3-hour food tour in Trinidad. On this tour, taste some of Trinidad's night time treats such as doubles, corn soup, roti, homemade ice cream, and more! A wide variety of exciting, delicious foods which we locals enjoy before and after a night out will be enjoyed, and which all reflect our rather interesting history ... More info ›

Experience some great tasting eats on a fun driven 3-hour food tour in Trinidad. On this tour, taste some of Trinidad's night time treats such as doubles, corn soup, roti, homemade ice cream, and more! A wide variety of exciting, delicious foods which we locals enjoy before and after a night out will be enjoyed, and which all reflect our rather interesting history. All off the beaten tourist paths so you go where we locals go! Your tour also includes complimentary pickup and drop-off at your hotel.

Your tour begins with a complimentary pickup from your hotel following which you will be on your way to a 3 to 3.5-hour enjoyable tummy filling and history learning experience.

Your experienced and fun guide will then take you out of Port of Spain on your whirlwind food and history experience. At the first stop you will experience corn soup (a Trinidadian favourite), followed by geera pork sandwiches. Your street culinary journey proceeds on to doubles (a Trinidadian must have!), following which you will head back to Port of Spain to enjoy a delicious beef roti. As your tummy begins to grin with happiness you will be taken to have some homemade ice cream, which comes in flavors of various local fruits, for dessert to round off the evening. Don't worry if you don't understand some of the food item's names, you will learn along the way.

After a few hours of fun local foods, tour and laughs, and a full and happy stomach, your guide will take you back to your hotel.

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Day Trip to Las Cuevas Beach from Port of Spain

Day Trip to Las Cuevas Beach from Port of Spain - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$67.00

A scenic drive along the North Coast road offers the most spectacular panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. At the Maracas Lookout you can take photos and enjoy a local snack like pineapple chutney, at your own expense ... More info ›

A scenic drive along the North Coast road offers the most spectacular panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea. At the Maracas Lookout you can take photos and enjoy a local snack like pineapple chutney, at your own expense. Continue along the beautiful coast passing busy Maracas Bay en route to the more sheltered, calmer Las Cuevas Bay. Enjoy the quiet waters of this 2.2 km (1.36mi) long beach that is excellent for swimming. If time allows you can stop at Maracas for a taste of the famous Bake and Fish sandwich. Paradise found.

A visit to this most spectacular beach offers you the opportunity of swimming in the cool waters of the Caribbean Sea, as well as being one of the finest scenic coastal drives in the region. Probably the most relaxing way to spend a morning or afternoon in Trinidad, this tour allows for approximately 2.5-hours on the beautiful beach at Las Cuevas.

The drive will lead you through some residential areas in Port of Spain, before continuing up to the scenic North Coast Road where you can admire the stunning view of the Paramin Hills to the west with their plantations of herbs and spices, and thick rainforest to the east. Upon reaching the Caribbean Sea, you can admire the most spectacular panoramic views of the ocean. A stop at the Maracas Lookout gives you the opportunity for some photos of the surrounding bay and you can enjoy a local snack like pineapple chutney or sesame seed balls, at your own expense.

Continue along the beautiful coast passing busy Maracas Bay en route to the more sheltered, calmer Las Cuevas Bay. Enjoy the quiet waters of this 2.2km (1.36mi) beach, which is the only beach in the Southern English speaking Caribbean that has received a Blue Flag Award due to its purity and adherence to international standards.

This beach is surrounded by lush green, rainforest-covered mountains, with a sandy beach lined with small caves. Enjoy the unspoiled authentic Caribbean scenery, free of high-rise hotels and practically untouched by tourism. Due to its sheltered waters Las Cuevas beach is excellent for swimming, in contrast to the more busy Maracas Beach which usually have higher waves and more visitors.

There is a snack bar that offers simple fish n’ chips or chicken lunches. The fish comes from the fishing depot located on the eastern end of the beach where fresh fish is sold every day.

If time allows, you can stop at Maracas for a taste of the famous Bake and Fish sandwich.

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Trinidad Steelpan Yards Tour

Trinidad Steelpan Yards Tour - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 2.5 to 3.0 hrs
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$68.00

Experience LIVE music in Port of Spain by night! From 8.30pm we will tour you through the energetic capital of Trinidad to various “steel pan yards” where the local steel-bands practice. Trinidad is the birthplace of the versatile "steel-drum" and we hear Soca, Calypso and sometimes even some Classical music - the steel-bands are everywhere! Listen to the pulsating rhythms of "Phase 2 Pan Groove" and others in their authentic neighborhoods - and of course taste some delicious street food as well ... More info ›

Experience LIVE music in Port of Spain by night! From 8.30pm we will tour you through the energetic capital of Trinidad to various “steel pan yards” where the local steel-bands practice. Trinidad is the birthplace of the versatile "steel-drum" and we hear Soca, Calypso and sometimes even some Classical music - the steel-bands are everywhere! Listen to the pulsating rhythms of "Phase 2 Pan Groove" and others in their authentic neighborhoods - and of course taste some delicious street food as well. Let's check out the busy night strips (optional), we will give excellent insider tips. After the tour you can choose to stay and "lime" (hang out) or we drop you back to your hotel by 10.30pm.
Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

Your 2.5-3 hour night-time tour of Port of Spain starts with a pickup from your hotel 8:30 p.m.

Trinidad is the only country in the world that invented its own National Instrument – the Steel-drum. Created over 75 years ago from discarded oil-drums, this versatile instrument is now known and used all over the world, well-suited to play any type of music. Tonight you will experience the steel-bands practice in their neighborhood “pan-yards”.

During the short drive to your first 20 minute stop, the friendly guide will tell you all about the history and evolution of the “pan” – this is how the Trinidadian people lovingly call their instrument. The “Renegades” pan-yard is a popular stop with locals who practice “pan-yard hopping”. Listen to the sounds of the steel-band – it could comprise of 120 players or more during Carnival. During regular practice over the rest of the year there will be 20+ players. The sounds of local Calypso or Soca will fascinate you! Sometimes you are treated to some Classical music as well. It is fascinating and amazing that such a sophisticated instrument was made out of a simple oil-drum. Our guide will explain how this is done.

The pan-yards are mostly open-air and spacious, seating is provided if required. Enjoy a refreshing drink, try the local beer or rum, or even a delicious coconut water – 1 drink is included in the cost of the tour.

Your belly is grumbling? You are looking forward to the typical local specialties? Now it’s your time, we are sampling some street food! Taste a “doubles”, a roti, a corn-soup, a whole fried fish or BBQ or Caribbean Gyros – it’s all up to you and your taste buds! Due to its cosmopolitan nature, our island has a wide range of culinary delights to offer!

Let’s continue your pan-yard hopping experience. We make stops at a few other pan-yards in different areas of Port of Spain, where we listen to the Steel-bands practice - each one with another level of musical expression and arrangement. Every yard has its own atmosphere and typical flair. Just please remember, this is not a concert, it is a spontaneous practice!

Hang out with the locals, Trinidadian people (“Trinis”) are friendly and always up for a chat! If available we will stop at a “mascamp” where Carnival costumes are displayed and you will learn all about our fascinating Carnival.

We will also introduce you to our most popular nightlife areas, lined with bars, pubs, casinos, restaurants, if you feel like “liming” (hanging out), we will give you the latest insider tips. Epic, believe me!

Our return to the hotel is at between 10.30-11.30pm according to the season. 

Availability:

During Carnival Season Jan/Feb/March -  on a daily basis.8.30-11.30pm

Out of Carnival Season  - every Tues/Wed/Thursday. 8.30-10.30pm

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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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$80.00

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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Port of Spain and Fort George Sightseeing Tour

Port of Spain and Fort George Sightseeing Tour  - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

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$39.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

Your city tour of the capital city of Port of Spain includes a visit to the bustling Independence Square with it’s imposing Central Bank and surrounding lively shopping streets, the former Parliament Building, the Supreme Court and historic Woodford Square. You will then have a brief look inside the Museum of Natural History (base on availability) before taking in the Queens Park Savannah – known as ‘the world’s largest roundabout’, this 200-acre recreational park is lined with exotic trees and interesting colonial mansions with intricate architectural designs. The so called "Magnificent Seven" are the finest of these. A walk in the Botanic Gardens is most rewarding. Next, take a drive along the famous night entertainment strip, the "Avenue".

Following this you will enter the busy suburb of St James where there is an astounding panoramic view at Fort George, which has an elevation of approximately 236 feet above sea level. Enjoy the spectacular views from this historical site covering the city of Port of Spain and the Gulf of Paria, Central and South Trinidad and the West Coast of the island. This panorama spans as far as the hills of Venezuela, according to visibility.

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Caroni Wetlands Boat Tour

Caroni Wetlands Boat Tour - Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad

From USD
$58.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

This tour takes you into the beautiful serene landscape of the untouched mangrove Caroni Swamp, a world-class destination for bird watchers and outdoor enthusiasts, and home to the National Bird of Trinidad, the bright red Scarlet Ibis.

Bird life is particularly abundant in Trinidad and this tour provides a delightful introduction with appeal to bird-watching enthusiasts as well as those just interested in the outdoors. The Caroni Bird Sanctuary is a 48 square mile wetland area on Trinidad’s western coast, part mangrove swamp and part lagoon.

Upon arrival you will board a large flat-bottomed boat with outboard motor and slowly travel along the beautiful waterways admiring the unusual landscape and variety of birds, crustaceans and other wildlife. Birds you may spot include the neo-tropical cormorant, large-billed tern, tri-colored heron, red-capped cardinal, snowy egret and bi-colored cane-bill – to name just a few. Red, black and white mangroves populate the edges of the waterways and many tiny oysters cling to the roots of the mangroves. There are also possible sightings of non-poisonous snakes in the branches of the trees, caimans or silky anteaters.

Arriving in the wide lagoon, the boat becomes your floating vantage point to witness the protected 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.

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