Looks like a good beach. I have been told this is one of the famous beaches here in T&T. Since it was late when I visited this place...didnt swim. All the beaches closes by 6:00pm...so make it before.
Nice & lovely beach. Great for swimming, the sand and water is so nice. It takes nearly 1:30hrs to 2 hrs to reach there from POS. Worth drive for the beach. Its not so long, but quite and clean. You can look on the oil rigs at a distance and on some clear days you can see the mountain ranges of Venezuela (I dont have that opportunity) ...I like it here.
During weekdays the beach is deserted...if you are making during those days, make sure you travel with group. Prevention is better than cure!!!!
Nice & lovely beach to swim, lot of coconut trees along the shores. There are lot of corals and so the waves get blocked and provides a good Since there are lot of corals on the sea, the beach is filled with dead corals, which hurts while resting in the waters.
Further up north from Salibea towards Toco, you will find this nice beach called Balendra. Loads of people during weekends...not much to say about it. Quite up further there is a spa hotel...hope from there it must be wonderful scene (not been there to the spa). Try tov visit or make a dip.
When you travel north east of Trinidad towards Toco you have to pass through lot of lovely scenic areas/beach views. There is a place called Salibea which is next to the town of Mathura, has a small beach...a river which flows from the woods joins the sea at this place. During weekends and holidays people lime here... a wonderful place for the kids to play and for adults too. Some how I am not happy with the water
On the way to Mayaro from Manzanilla you will cross some couple of rivers, one of them is the famous Nariva river. At one of the place you can try canoeying (I heard about it...not sure) Just check with the hotel/guide/govt. org. Its a nice place to stay for picnic
From this place you can have a beuatiful view of Port of Spain and a lovely sunset. Its located on the Lady Young Road.
You can see a lot of yatching boats from all over the world coming here for resting/relaxing/repairing etc. It makes an amazing view to look through the yatches.
There is a Church located up the hill Mt. St. Benedict. There is a beautiful view up from there. The place is very quite and relaxing. Try if you have some time...
This place is the tip of the north easter part of Trinidad, where you can have a look on both the Atlantic Ocean & Caribbean sea. There is a light house at the top of the rock...nice view from there.
Its a quite nice beach...the water is nicer than Manzanilla...looks blue. Heard that there will be lot of currents at times...so be watchful.
Beautiful scenic way when you travel between Manzanilla Beach and Mayaro Beach. This area is covered by coconut tress.
One of most long streach beaches in Trinidad. It has lot of coconut trees along the shores. Some guest houses are available for staying. Don't miss the sunrise here.