Knolly's Tunnel is located deep in Tabaquite. I visited there recently and I found it to be quite interesting. The tunnel is 200 yards long which is equivalent to 600 feet. For me the drive was extremely long but I thought that it was worth it. Knolly's Tunnel is known to be one of the Caribbean's longest underground tunnels. Long ago it was said that trains passed thorough the tunnel. The tunnel was named after Sir Courtney Knolly. If visited for the first time it may appear to be a bit isolated. Travel in numbers. Inside the tunnel it is pitch black the only light that can be seen is on the other end of the tunnel. There are also bats at the top of the tunnel. You can drive through the tunnel or walk through. If you have not visited as yet I suggest you do.
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