At Yarra Beach, the blue water rhythmically licks the long sandy beach and coconut trees dance in the wind like a cliche Caribbean paradise.
Located immediately after La Fillette, Yarra Beach’s entrance is not easy to find but well worth the challenge. On the descent from the hill to enter the beach, a fabulous landscape greets you; the blue water rhythmically licks the long sandy beach and coconut trees dance in the wind like a cliche Caribbean paradise. Huge picturesque rocks sit squarely in the middle of the bay and break the waves before they hit the shore. Rocky cliffs line the western end, making the ideal setting for adventure.
Yarra Beach is regarded for its visual beauty rather than swimming as the ocean surges in from the deep. However at the western end of the beach, the Yarra River widens and meets the beach to create a haven for swimmers.
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This historical area is very peaceful, calm and quite scenic!
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.
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Marianne Beach is the last stop along the North Coast Road and it is the largest and most popular beach found in Blanchisseuse
Yarra River is the perfect river to laze by and is a favourite local spot for a beach and river lime.