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Trinidad and Tobago Hotels

Kariwak Village

Pros

  • Cozy and intimate throughout
  • Excellent restaurant
  • Beautiful grounds

Cons

  • The New Age concept not for everyone (although it isn't imposed on guests)
  • No beach

Updated 03/04/2014

Fodor's Review

Alan and Cynthia Clovis have created an intimate, tranquil oasis that draws guests who return year after year. At this holistic retreat, even the cabanas have been designed with pitched roofs to help "maximize your energy potential." Souls who wish to atone for an excess of rum punches the night before can do some yoga the next morning. The bar and restaurant are in a bamboo pavilion and welcome local entertainers on weekends. Choose a garden room for a more peaceful stay;

those near the pool can be noisy. The complex is near the airport, Store Bay, and Pigeon Point but is not on the beach.

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Hotel Information

Phone:

868-639–8442

Website: www.kariwak.com

Hotel Details:

  • 24 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 03/04/2014

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