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Argyle Waterfall

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Address: East of Scarborugh Along the Windward Road. 25 km, Scarborough, Tobago
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868-639-2125-868-639-453

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This was one of the sites our tour guide from Eureka Natural History Tours took us. It is a short walk, suitable for children as well as adults. Well maintained and litter free... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Paulette M
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

This was one of the sites our tour guide from Eureka Natural History Tours took us. It is a short walk, suitable for children as well as adults. Well maintained and litter free. There is an opportunity to climb to the 4th tier to the top. An area is available for lunch and there are facilities available for use

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This waterfall is very easy to get to. What's more, you can make this trip as adventurous as you would like to, or keep it simple. 10TT gets you an armband to go to the falls. There are no restrictions, so we were able to wiggle our way over the rocks and stand right under the waterfall itself!!! What an... More 

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Thank Brittany R
Bellmawr, New Jersey
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Keino from Keino Tours took us on a trip down the islands and this was one of the stops. It is a must do when in Tobago!! Small scenic hike to get to the waterfalls, there are ropes available to help you up. The water was great, there are two pools of water you can bathe in but do go... More 

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Thank Merlissa85
Trinidad
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The guide was very informative and friendly. The trek to the falls was an easy, clear path, about 12 minutes (use sneakers or walking shoes though). Wonderful sights..the river at the bottom of the falls is approx. 18ft. deep..so if u cant swim..stay at the edges or use the lifesaver attached to shore :) really great for taking pictures

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Thank chibluskee
Exeter, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An interesting walk through the forest ending up at a waterfall. A few tips:- 1) The entrance fee includes a guide. You don't need one to find your way but insist (they tried persuading us it was unnecessary) as they will point out many things along the way. 2) We asked whether it was necessary to 'wrap up and they... More 

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New York
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I enjoyed Argyle waterfalls, it was so beautiful and relaxing. The tour was interesting and seeing the different trees/plants. We were able to taste cocoa in it's original state and view the cashew plants. The waterfall itself was extremely beautiful.

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Thank Lc P
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

$ 60 TT to walk in, which is reasonable....nice walk, great view worth the visit, the water is clear and nice, avoid weekends as it is very busy

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Thank Graham_50th
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Argyle Falls is a beautiful waterfall in Tobago that has many waterfalls and natural pools for you to enjoy. While walking there, there are a few artesans selling stuff made from bamboo. The main three waterfalls are crowded mostly with locals. The first waterfall you can jump off of the others you can swim up to the fall. If you... More 

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London, England, United Kingdom
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Reviewed April 17, 2017

We visited as part of an off-road tour of Tobago with Gregory Charles (Off Road Tobago - i think he's sorting out a website so for now you might need to ask when you get there). Instead of parking 20 mins from the bottom of the waterfall, we parked 5 mins from the top and walked down the series of... More 

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Reviewed April 16, 2017 via mobile

Great outdoor activity located on the north east side of Tobago. If you are looking for a general sightseeing trip to the highest waterfall in Tobago then you can access it from Roxborough and it takes about 25 minutes walk to the first level of argyle waterfall. If attempting the higher levels than you need to be fit and wear... More 

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