This magical bit of coastline located two miles south of Galera Point, Toco is cornered off by a coconut estate and the Toco Forest Reserve.
Forest Point, or La Forêt, Beach is a natural escape that is one of Toco’s best kept secrets. It is not widely known or explored by locals. We wonder if Forest Point Beach got its name because of the forested area that one has to venture through to reach the natural paradise. This magical bit of coastline located two miles south of Galera Point, Toco is cornered off by a coconut estate and the Toco Forest Reserve. The seascape at La Forêt Point is divided by a rock that juts 25m upwards and is 100m in length. For the cautious adventurer, the rock is the perfect place to relax and spread out under the Caribbean sun. It offers stunning panoramic views of the beach which rivals the view from the shore. Recharge under the shade of the almond trees while sinking your toes into the moist sand and being caressed by the Atlantic Ocean breeze.
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Here literally at Trinidad’s easternmost point; behold a dramatic watery struggle where the waters of the Atlantic intermingle with the Caribbean Sea giving you a feeling that you are actually at world’s end.
From the waves for surfing to treks to the reef fringe to explore the marine life the adventurous possibilities at the Salybia Bay are endless!