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While my wife and I were in Trinidad & Tobago, and after we stayed for 5 nights at the Asa Wright Nature Center in Trinidad, we flew over to Tobago for a three night stay. Our travel agent, Caligo Tours (whom I recommend highly for...More
We stumbled across the restreat when scouring the web for places to walk and spot a few birds. We cannot speak too highly of Regina's help in arranging our morning walk. Desmond the guide was both knowledgeable and convivial on our trek. We were welcomed...More
We spent a day at Cuffie River and what a wonderful place nestled in a valley 15 mins drive from where we were staying in Castara. The guide we had Desmond was fantastic and showed us around the Rainforest finding many species of birds including...More
We spent a wonderful three nights at the lodge and could easily have spent longer here. We stayed in the studio room which was extremely spacious with warm decor. We appreciated the tea making facilities.The lodge is in such a beautiful, peacful location.
I can't say enough positive things about our experience at Cuffie River. We found the pictures and description of the property extremely accurate. The lodge is beautifully constructed and decorated, and we loved the constant breezes passing through our room and being lulled to sleep...More
It's not ON the beach, but Tobago is a very small island and beaches are not more than a short drive away. The closest beaches are on Tobago's north coast. These are normally quieter and less occupied but generally just as... More
It's not ON the beach, but Tobago is a very small island and beaches are not more than a short drive away. The closest beaches are on Tobago's north coast. These are normally quieter and less occupied but generally just as nice as those around the western tip of the island.