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A lovely addition to the waterfront that allowed my son to scoot whilst I walked. There are benches along they way so that you can stop and gaze out to sea and watch the sunset or observe late swimmers. There is even a toilet facility...More
The Chagaramus boardwalk in Trinidad and Tobago is dangerous ! 8 people were shot at including an 8yr boy 3 died! All this happened around 7.15pm on July 8th ,as usual no one was apprend, Chagaramus road is one way out and one way in...More
On entering Chaguaramas, the view of the ocean and the peninsula jutting into sea is photo worthy but marred slightly by electrical tower lines and an abandoned police post.
One should note that Chaguaramas has it's own estate police, who seem to operate differently from...More
I think the CDA does a terrible job at maintaining the boardwalk. It is truly a beauty but how can visitors see this beauty if it is always covered in filth? Best time to visit is at sunset and into the night. Very romantic.
When you hear some locals talk about the Chaguaramas boardwalk, it might give you the impression that it's huge. Or at least, that's what I thought. Truth is that it is indeed a very nice, clean boardwalk, but in about 15 minutes you will have...More
Took our children here it was only set up as an amusement park for families this year but our children loved it. Quite expensive but once you pay admission the rides are all free and the fun the kids have is a pleasure to see....More
My partner and I went for a stroll along the boardwalk in the late afternoon and then sat on one of the many benches to watch the sunset. It was a very relaxing and scenic experience. We were able to see boats, swimmers and even...More