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Not much to do, but the Mount is a peaceful place to visit and take in some unique views of the central part of Trinidad, all the way to the westwards to the Caroni swamp and Gulf of Paria. One can also go into the...More
If you drive up there, it is a great ride or there is a mini bus which can take you directly up to the church.
Great landmark with a bunch of history attached to it, with a variety of people attending.
The inside is very...More
If you seek a quiet place to unwind and reflect, this is your location. Surprisingly closer than it looks - from some parts of the island you can see it in the distance. They also produce and sell some awesome yoghurt and cottage products. Be...More
We parked down the hill and walked our way up. That was a really good idea because we could enjoy the nature and the views better then in a car. The monastary and the church itself are rather sober, not with a lot of gold...More
I wasn't able to spend much time at the Monastery, but it was a nice place to visit. If I were staying and had a car, I would probably go there everyday or so to sit in the chapel and meditate, walk the grounds and...More
I have been here so many times and each time the experience is different and yet amazing in some infinite way. From the view to the peace you feel when you enter the church, this is truly one of the most amazing places I have...More
Traveling on Eastern Main Road to downtown Port of Spain in Trinidad, I have always wondered what it would be like to visit Mt. St. Benedict. I finally had my chance. I was ,not dissaponted. The quietness, the view, thectranquility! One stands in awe of...More
A beautiful old Church that is built high up in the mountain, in the clouds, which defies logic.
The roads are steep and winding.
As you marvel at this well maintained building you wonder how it was possible to build it it. Hundred years ago...More