Leisure: Things to do

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This 9-hole course was opened in 1927 by W.S. Fulton and Robert Goberdhan in a middle of a sugar cane field.

 
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The crown of Trinidad's beaches, Maracas Beach is the flagship beach of Trinidad and Tobago and a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.Maracas Beach is a beach on the island of Trinidad. It is located on the north side of the island, an hour's mountainous drive from the capital city of Port of Spain.

 
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The Pitch Lake is the largest natural deposit of asphalt in the world, located at La Brea in southwest Trinidad

 
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Sobo Falls are located in Brasso Seco

 
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The Emperor Valley Zoo (EVZ) is situated adjacent to the Botanical Gardens, Port of Spain

 
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La Vega Estate is a place of great beauty that offers a truly authentic outdoor experience.

 
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Devil's Woodyard is one of the most visited locations of Trinidad's many mudvolcanoes. Located in Hindustan, Trinidad, near Princes Town

 
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Residents of Piparo are living on the edge as the mud volcano that ravaged the village 14 years ago, has begun to threaten their community again. Residents are subjected to sleepless nights as they are haunted with memories of February 22, 1997, when steaming mud crushed houses and swept away cars, livestock 

 
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This small, rural village along Trinidad’s northern coast is home to one of the world’s most important leatherback sea turtle nesting beaches.  Less than a mile long, this beach hosts more than 5,000 turtles per season and during peak season can have more than 500 nests in a single night.   This beach is considered by some to be the most densely nested leatherback beach in the world.

 
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Macqueripe Beach is just a half hour drive away from the bustling capital of Port of Spain. The beach is on the western tip of Trinidad and has an ample free parking area with hot food huts and a place to change. In the 1960's, when this was the U.S. Navy facility, this location was housing for officers and their dependents. At the far end of the enclave, was the Macqueripe Hotel which served as the officer's club and BOQ. It's too bad that the building was demolished.

 
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