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Nice environment for a carefree stroll. Well manicured, clear of debris and/or litter. Botanic elements labeled nicely; some unique and beautiful varieties. A small cemetery on the grounds for those that like perusing headstones. A short walk from the Hilton, though the hill back up...More
I visited the Royal Botanical Gardens on my first trip to Trinidad in 2015. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Even though I didn't actually visit it this time, I did take the time to ride by to simply view the perimeter.
The gardens are neatly trimmed, free from litter and full of attractive trees and bushes. Most flowers are kept in spaces that were not accessible to us.
Entrance is free, but on a weekday afternoon we were still almost alone among visitors.
Signage is generally...More
Compared to European gardens there’s not much to look at, mostly grounds with trees and the occasional shrub. However, there a mix of sun and shade, picnic tables and benches which is thought through. Some nice trees from around the world.
Mostly it’s a quiet...More
This is always such a beautiful space in which to unwind. The grounds are immaculately clean. It is a great place to just sit and read a book or take a brisk walk through the expansive grounds. Even though there is a busy road right...More