This is the oldest forest preserve in the Western Hemisphere, dating back to the mid 1700s. We went on a morning trip with amazing local bird expert Newton George, and we were rewarded by amazing sightings of blue-backed manikins, yellow-headed caracaras, a hummingbird on its nest, and many other lovely birds. In addition you see awe-inspiring views and get to hike on what used to be the major north-south road. I can imagine traveling via horseback on that road! It was truly a wonderful and inspiring adventure. Our only concern was finding a bathroom, but fortunately there are public restrooms in nearby villages that only cost $1 TT to use. :)
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