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Ranked #1 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Being-with-horses & Healing with HORSES Let us give you some INFO: We currently offer our trail-swim combination.... more » Owner description: Being-with-horses & Healing with HORSES Let us give you some INFO: We currently offer our trail-swim combination. This special 2 hour experience is a joyful one for both horses and riders, including first timers who have never spent time with horses. Excellent guidance and instruction makes it possible for all riders to be at ease. After introducing the horses to our guests (at which point each rider chooses his/her 'team partner' horse), we take everyone through Buccoo Village, past the goat race track and through the wetland mangroves to the beach FOR A LONG BEACH RIDE to the END of Buccoo BAY where we then swim with the horses along the shore . The cost of this personal guided tour is 500TTD (50 UK Pounds or 85 USD). Everybody needs to make their booking in advance due to limited space. ---->we go out 5 days a week ---> once a day. EITHER 9am - 11am or 3pm - 5pm Let us know when you like to go out - we will check availability ...!!! Thanks!!! HEART HUGS FROM the herd in BUCCOO Tobago Veronika & Lennon Have a JOYFUL day! « less
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Yerette (Maracas)
Ranked #2 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Ranked #3 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Forests; Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Established in 1763 to combat European deforestation of the island, this was the Western Hemisphere's first forest reserve.
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Nariva Swamp (Trinidad)
Ranked #4 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Several different species of birds inhabit this swamp, one of the largest wetlands in the Caribbean.
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Nylon Pool (Tobago)
Ranked #5 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
The island's livliest beach.
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Ranked #6 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: This small resort, buried among mountains deep in the Trinidad rain forest, is famous for its amazing diversity in animal and... more » Owner description: This small resort, buried among mountains deep in the Trinidad rain forest, is famous for its amazing diversity in animal and plant species. « less
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Ranked #7 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
A mysteriously uncrowded beach that is great for swimming and snorkeling.
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Ranked #8 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: National Parks
This new national park was recently commissioned to help preserve Trinidad's wildlife.
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Ranked #9 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
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Maracas Bay (Port of Spain)
Ranked #10 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water
Owner description: This popular beach spot fulfills the fantasy of the ideal Caribbean beach, but is just as famous for the scenic rainforest... more » Owner description: This popular beach spot fulfills the fantasy of the ideal Caribbean beach, but is just as famous for the scenic rainforest drive that must be made to reach it. « less
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Pirate's Bay (Northeast Coast)
Ranked #11 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
Owner description: Although one of Tobago's more pristine and less crowded beaches, Pirate's Bay has the rougher waters typical of most... more » Owner description: Although one of Tobago's more pristine and less crowded beaches, Pirate's Bay has the rougher waters typical of most northeastern beaches on the island. « less
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Castara Bay (Tobago)
Ranked #12 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
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Argyle Waterfall (Scarborough)
Ranked #13 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Waterfalls
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Ranked #14 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
A popular public beach in southern Tobago that is accessible to nearby resorts.
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Fort King George (Scarborough)
Ranked #15 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Historic Sites
This impressively-preserved fort was built in the 1780s as a British colonial outpost.
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Argyle Falls (Northeast Coast)
Ranked #16 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Waterfalls
This 600-foot waterfall, set against the background of an old cocoa plantation, is a dramatic sight.
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Queen's Park Savannah (Port of Spain)
Ranked #17 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Parks
This park features mansions from the Spanish colonial era, interesting stores and street vendors.
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Paria Falls (Trinidad)
Ranked #18 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Waterfalls
One of the island's more stunning waterfalls.
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Ranked #19 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Missions
This peaceful community of monks, one of the oldest in the Caribbean, has a guesthouse for visitors.
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Store Bay (Tobago)
Ranked #20 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
This popular southern Tobago beach is almost always packed with tourists.
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Movie Towne (Port of Spain)
Ranked #21 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
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Royal Botanical Gardens (Port of Spain)
Ranked #22 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Gardens
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Las Cuevas Beach (Trinidad)
Ranked #23 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
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Fort George (Port of Spain)
Ranked #24 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Battlefields

Built by the British in 1804, Fort George was part of a series of fortifications in the northwest area of the island of Trinidad overlooking the Gulf of Paria. It is a short drive... more »

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Little Tobago (Northeast Coast)
Ranked #25 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Islands
Owner description: A tiny island off the coast of Tyrrel's Bay, also known as Bird of Paradise, that has been transformed into a wildlife... more » Owner description: A tiny island off the coast of Tyrrel's Bay, also known as Bird of Paradise, that has been transformed into a wildlife reserve popular among birdwatchers. « less
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Ranked #26 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Bodies of Water; Geologic Formations
This 100-acre lake releases asphalt from the depths below and is the largest natural asphalt lake in the world.
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Ranked #27 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Beaches
A crowded southern Tobago beach that is popular with tourists.
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Ranked #28 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Lighthouses
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London Bridge (Tobago)
Ranked #29 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Geologic Formations
Owner description: This large rock has a hole right in the middle of it, with half the passage above the water surface and the other half... more » Owner description: This large rock has a hole right in the middle of it, with half the passage above the water surface and the other half submerged, making this site a thrilling dive experience. « less
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Ranked #30 of 118 attractions in Trinidad and Tobago
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Refuge containing two lakes, nature trails and a wide variety of different birds.
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