Descend 100 feet underground and walk through a magnificent limestone caverns to discover extraordinary stalactites and stalagmites and a crystal clear salt water pool at its base that shimmers like glass.
Take an offshore adventure and descend 100 feet underground to discover this extraordinary cave system filled with stalactites and stalagmites and a crystal clear salt water pool at its base that shimmers like glass. Following this, A short drive along the North West coast brings us to a modern marina, where we board our fine Bertram Yacht. Cruise the beautiful waters off the Northwest Coast of Trinidad on a yacht to visit secluded bays past enchanting islands.
Assemble at the Crews Inn Marina. At this marina you board a fine Bertram Yacht. Cruise the beautiful waters off the Northwest Coast of Trinidad on your way to the first stop at Gaspar Grande Island to explore the Gasparee Caves
Hike to the Cave
On arriving at Gaspar Grande, you start an easy uphill hike that will take about 25 minutes. It is fairly steep so pace yourself. Along the way you will learn of the island’s human and natural history of the island. On this hike you will pass an old American World War II gunnery at the top of the hill.
Descend into the Cave
After a short rest, you will enter the cave from the top, and descend a well-lit metal staircase which leads to the extraordinary cave system 100 feet below that is filled with stalactites and stalagmites, sinkholes and a crystal pool that shimmers like glass, reflecting the colours of the light that filters through the cave.Here the cave formations are the best in Trinidad and Tobago with some shaped like dinosaurs and others like angels. You will spend up to one hour in the cave.
Following your visit to the Caves, return to the yacht to cruise to a secluded bay, only reachable by boat, where you can go for a relaxing swim, play with water toys or just take in the ambiance while lying on deck.
View the islands roll by in perfect comfort, enjoying refreshments and listening to local music with access to on-board bathroom facilities.
Keep a sharp eye out for marine wildlife, as turtles, dolphins and stingrays are often seen frolicking in the waters nearby.
Thereafter, you will exit and return to the boat along the same path. The boat returns to Island Home Owners Boatyard. End of Tour
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