Great for swimming and sunbathing, it is the longest (22km) strip of sand and the second most popular beach on the North Coast.
In contrast to Maracas Bay which is some 10 to 15 minutes away, the waters here are less robust and attract sea bathers who appreciate the calmer breakers of 80 centimeters. It is also more secluded and less crowded than Maracas Bay. It’s a sheltered horseshoe bay which provides protection from the wind, making it an ideal spot for swimmers. However, surfing is usually done on the western end with waves sometimes as high as 1. 5 meters between November and April. There is a restaurant near the car park that serves local dishes if you are not up to the bake and shark frenzy as you make your way here. You can bring your cooler of goodies but be careful as you walk down the steps to reach the bay.
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Angel Falls is a beautiful waterfall with a celestial glow at its top and a 50ft water drop to the rocks below.
This historical area is very peaceful, calm and quite scenic!
This less known waterfall in Trinidad, provides a visually stunning experience you won’t soon forget.
One of the truly hidden gems in Trinidad, Hundred Steps Beach is a secluded beach that is excellent for quite sun bathing, swimming, exploring and great fun. NOTE: Several security concerns have been raised about this destination. Please exercise extreme caution and visit in groups.