Leisure: Things to do

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Scotland Bay lies between a narrow gap in the mountains, which act as a natural barrier against strong winds and severe storms. The bay offers the best of two worlds—it's where the lush rain forest meets the sea. The shoreline is not sandy, but made up of pebbles and larger stones. Scotland Bay cannot be accessed by any other means other than by boat, but it is never in want of visitors. 

 
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Paria Bay and waterfall is considered to be the number one hiking destination in Trinidad.

 
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Marianne Falls or Avocat Falls are located about five miles in on the Blanchiseusse /Arima road. The river runs all the way down to the beach

 
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Trinidads Most popular hike to a falls

 
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A different waterfall from the usual in Trinidad in that it is wide as it is formed by limestone covered rocks 

 
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Asa Wright Nature Centre is an old estate house surrounded by forest and woodland. 

 
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Caroni Bird Sanctuary -, a series of Mangrove lined waterways and tidal lagoon, the nesting location of the stunning Scarlet Ibis, national bird of Trinidad and Tobago.

 
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Pointe-a-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust - An extraordinary nature centre nestled in the grounds of an oil refinery

 
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This signal station, built about 1883, was designed by Prince Kofi Nti, son of King Kofi Calcali of Ashantee, West Africa.

 
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Admire the Stalagmites and other rock formations in this natural cave that glitter like diamonds.

 
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