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Top Rated Attractions in Trinidad and Tobago

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Asa Wright Nature Centre

Explore the breathtaking natural landscape and fauna of Trinidad at Asa Wright Nature Centre in Arima. Established to protect the stellar natural features of the region, the center aims not only to introduce visitors to the varied animal species of the region but also conducts research on conservation. With a stunning array of native animal and plant species, the center is a haven for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Guided tours of the facility are also available.

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.

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 palms bow in welcome to those seeking 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.

Brian Lara Promenade

A plan of Port of Spain dating back to the 1970s indicates that a promenade was supposed to be created in the area Work began on the promenade in 1993. The following year, aided by funding from the nearby banks, the promenade was further extended, stretching from the Cipriani Statue to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The area was named the Brian Lara Promenade in honor of Trinidad and Tobago's most celebrated cricketer and record-breaking batsman. Approximately 125,000 people cross the Promenade daily. The Promenade can be considered the nucleus of downtown Port of Spain. It is surrounded by several fast food restaurants, the area known as Bankers' Row and the Eric Williams Financial Complex, among other buildings.

La Vega Estate

La Vega Estate is located in central Trinidad and covers an enormous area of 250 acres. It is primarily the host of a unique gardening center alongside recreational facilities and a nature park. The fertile land was once home to plantations of sugar and coco, but today it has plants and trees from around the world, ensuring that something is in colorful bloom year-round. La Vega is a place for the whole family to enjoy the blossoming nature of Trinidad, with hiking trails, large ponds that facilitate kayaking and peddle boats, and lush hills of greenery to enjoy. -Nadia Ali

Nariva Swamp

This is Trinidad's most important natural reserve, located in South Trinidad in the county of Nariva, and is protected as a wetland of outstanding scientific value. The towering mangrove forest blots out the sun and aerial roots descend like tentacles over eerie waterways. In the 15km-square Bush Sanctuary, the vegetation changes to palm marshes, hardwood forest, silk cotton trees and giant water lilies. The Swamp has 58 species of mammals, including the last surviving colony of manatee on the island, red howler monkeys, weeping capuchin monkeys, giant anaconda, caiman, 32 species of bats and 171 species of birds.

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