Trinidad and Tobago

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  • Asa Wright Nature Centre

    1. Asa Wright Nature Centre

    Forest

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

    Asa Wright Nature Centre
  • 2. Maracas Bay

    Beach–Sight

    This stretch of peach-colored sand has a cove and a fishing village at one end. It's the local favorite, so it can get crowded on weekends....Read More

  • 3. Winston Nanan Caroni Bird Sanctuary

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    This large swamp with mazelike waterways is bordered by mangrove trees, some plumed with huge termite nests. If you're lucky, you may see lazy...Read More

  • 4. Bacolet Beach

    Beach–Sight

    This dark-sand beach was the setting for the films Swiss Family Robinson and Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison . If you are not a guest at the Blue...Read More

  • Balandra Bay

    5. Balandra Bay

    Beach–Sight

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

    Balandra Bay
  • 6. Blanchisseuse Bay

    Beach–Sight

    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 the east...Read More

  • 7. 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 for...Read More

  • 8. Charlotteville

    Beach–Sight

    This delightful fishing village in the northeast is within a series of steep hills. Fishermen here announce the day's catch by sounding their...Read More

  • 9. 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 also the...Read More

  • 10. Englishman's Bay

    Beach–Sight

    This mile-long crescent of sand looks like a frame ripped from a classic pirate movie. The somewhat steep sandy beach almost always has calm...Read More

  • 11. Flagstaff Hill

    Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

    One of the highest points on the island sits at the northern tip of Tobago. Surrounded by ocean on three sides and with a view of other hills...Read More

  • 12. Ft. King George

    Museum/Gallery

    On Mt. St. George, a short drive up the hill from Scarborough, Tobago's best-preserved historic monument clings to a cliff high above the ocean...Read More

  • 13. Galera Point Lighthouse

    Historic District/Site

    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 waters...Read More

  • 14. 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 for...Read More

  • 15. Great Courland Bay

    Beach–Sight

    This bay near Ft. Bennett has clear, tranquil waters. Along the sandy beach—one of Tobago's longest—you can find several hotels. A marina attracts...Read More

  • 16. 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. In...Read More

  • 17. Kimme Sculpture Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    The diminutive and eccentric German-born sculptress Luise Kimme fell in love with the form of Tobagonians and devoted her life to capturing...Read More

  • 18. King's Bay

    Beach–Sight

    Surrounded by steep green hills, this is the prettiest swimming site off the road from Scarborough to Speyside. The crescent beach is marked...Read More

  • 19. 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 beach....Read More

  • 20. Lopinot Complex

    Museum/Gallery

    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 in...Read More

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