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Maracas Bay

Sand, sea and fun in the sun take on new meaning at Maracas Beach, located about 45 minutes from the country's capital, Port of Spain. The beach offers something for everyone. The rolling waves of the Caribbean Sea are so captivating; they almost seem to woo you into their embrace. Coconut trees bend in welcome to those just seeking shady solace. And of course, the famous local delicacy called fried bake and shark, washed down with cool coconut water, also help to make Maracas Beach the ultimate relaxation destination. The waters here are not always the tamest.

Queen's Park Savannah

The park covers an area of 400 acres and was formerly a large sugar estate. It was later purchased by Governer Ralph Woodford in the early 1800s. He later donated the land to the city. The savannah is one of the island's foremost centres of activity. Many of the city's largest buildings have the savannah as a backdrop. The pitch walk that encircles it is a haven for fitness enthusiasts and those out for a leisurely stroll. The Queen's Park Savannah is also the location for many of the country's most exciting events, including Carnival and other cultural and international concerts.

National Museum & Art Gallery

The most amazing and memorable collections are housed at the National Museum. Some include depictions of Trinidad and Tobago's national festival, Carnival, life during World War II, and artifacts from the country's earliest settlers, the Amer-Indians. There are also displays by leading local and international artists as well as thought-provoking exhibitions put on by the museum itself.

The Botanic Gardens

Situated north of the Queen's Park Savannah and adjacent to President's House, the Botanic Gardens covers an area of 38 hectares. It was laid out in 1818 by Governor Ralph Woodford, and is home to several varieties of tropical and sub-tropical trees, along with trees from India, Burma and South America. A section of the grounds houses a cemetery known as "God's Acre," where the remains of several national figures are interred. The gardens pose as the backdrop for wedding photos and family gatherings, and are a favourite spot of nature enthusiasts.

Mount Saint Benedict

Established in 1912, Mount St. Benedict is the oldest Benedictine monastery in the Caribbean. Located 800 feet above the plains, the building can be seen clearly from the Eastern Main Road, The Priority Bus Route and the Churchill Roosevelt Highway. The grounds of the monastary are picturesque and offer visitors a serene atmosphere with some good nature trails. There is also a guesthouse on the grounds that serves as the ideal retreat from the everyday.

Caroni Bird Sanctuary

Dense mangroves arch over corridors of estuarine channels, the sun filtering through in an interplay of shadow and light at Caroni Bird Sanctuary. It's amidst these 5,611 hectares (13,865 acres) of wetlands that a protected space has been carved out for Trinidad and Tobago's national bird, the Scarlet Ibis. These scarlet birds are a dramatic sight as they swoop to and from the Venezuelan border, just a few miles away, returning at sundown to roost amidst the mangroves. Boats carrying visitors traverse the sleepy waterways of this sanctuary, providing opportunities to spot this incredible phenomenon first hand. Over 100 species of birds call Caroni Sanctuary their home, inviting bird-watchers and nature enthusiasts to explore the natural wonder of this region.

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