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Beautiful water channels leading to the bird sanctuary is abundant with natural beauty of indigenous flora and fauna. Here you might catch a glimpse of a few sleeping snakes, caimans and the main attraction, our national bird, the Scarlet Ibis.
My family and I booked via phone and paid in cash at of the two companies carrying out tours in this park. Very convenient and easy.
They were expecting us, and take us to boat right away.
The ride was a little hot, but very...More
This is an experience everyone should have. Our bird sanctuary is filled with life both plants and animals. The tour guide gives you a great explanation of the entire boat ride and what can be expected. To see the scarlet ibis in its natural habitat...More
We booked with Nanan by chance, in part because they seemed to have a good group and plenty of other people. When we mentioned we were bird watchers, Lester made sure to put us in a boat with a guide who was exceptional for the...More
We went with Nanan's boat tour and spent 2 hours in the swamp. We sat on the last row of the wooden boat with the guide(boat captain) behind us. This allowed us to listen to our guided tour and had better photo opportunities.
My favorite place on Trinidad - it's simply unimaginable to believe that this magnificent, National treasure spot is just a few miles away from the hustle & bustle of the Capitol City, Port of Spain and some of the island's busiest highways. We head out...More
There are several places people need to visit in Trinidad and Caroni Swamp is one of them. Most go for the Scarlet Ibis show while some go for the boat ride. Either way, you won't be disappointed. This was a highlight from my trip. As...More
We bought our tickets from Nannan's tours for $60TT each which is just under $10 USD. The boat we boarded at first was crowded and we ended up at the back of the boat. I then asked to move because it was too close to...More