Trinidad and Tobago Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Trinidad and Tobago - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Asa Wright Nature Centre

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Nearly 200 acres are covered with plants, trees, and multihued flowers, and the surrounding acreage is atwitter with more than 200 species...

Balandra Bay

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On the northeast coast, this beige-sand beach—popular with locals on weekends—is sheltered by a rocky outcropping and is a favorite...

Blanchisseuse Bay

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The facilities are nonexistent at this narrow, palm-fringed beach, but it's an ideal spot for a romantic picnic. A lagoon and river at...

Chaguaramas Military History & Aerospace Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Although this museum covers everything from Amerindian history to the Cold War, the emphasis is on the two World Wars, and it's a must-see...

Emperor Valley Zoo & Botanical Gardens

  • Garden/Arboretum

The cultivated expanse of parkland north of the Savannah is the site of the president's and prime minister's official residences and...

Galera Point Lighthouse

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

This essential stop when touring the northeast was constructed in 1897 on a stunning cliff. It's still used to warn ships about the rough...

Grande Riviere

  • Beach–Sight

On Trinidad's rugged northeast coast, Grande Riviere is well worth the drive. Swimming is good, and there are several guesthouses nearby...

Kay's Pot

  • Restaurant–Sight

On the long drive to Point Galera, be sure to stop at Kay's Pot for a great meal en route. Many consider it worth the drive all by itself.

Las Cuevas Bay

  • Beach–Sight

This narrow, picturesque strip on North Coast Road is named for the series of partially submerged and explorable caves that ring the...

Lopinot Complex

  • Historic District/Site

It's said that the ghost of the French count Charles Joseph de Lopinot prowls his former home on stormy nights. Lopinot came to Trinidad...

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