Waterville Walkabout

A quiet leisurely walk takes you along a path dotted with exotic flora and, just perhaps, a fleeting glimpse of small wary fauna.
Coconut and cashuma, nutmeg and cocoa intermingled with poinsetta, turk's cap and heliconia, all shaded and well protected by the royal poinciana, among whose roots scuttle a zandolie or two and, in whose branches surveying his own little world, the spectacular iguana or fruit sampling squirrel. Come and enjoy a walkabout for an hour or so with us at Waterville followed by a refreshing tropical fruit drink. Daily tours can be arranged by appointment
  • Waterville tours begin at 9:30 a.m. and continue thoughout the day.
  • A phone call before is appreciated.
  • We are open on weekdays from 9:00 a.m, Weekend visits are by appointment.

The Maracas Hike

As local folklore has it, the Spanish Conquistadors landed at Maracas Bay in the 16th century and, traveling by mule trail over the Northern Range buried their treasure in the shelter of the Santa Cruz Valley.

To our energetic friends for whom the excitement of following one of the trails that the Spanish Conquistadors might have used many years ago through the rich, green tropical forest of our Northern Range over to Maracas Bay, our guides will be waiting to lead you on this remarkably beautiful hike.

  • Hike begins at 8:30 a.m.
  • Hike takes approximately 2 1/2 hours plus 1/2 hour drive back.
  • Hiking shoes or sneakers are advisable.
  • Hiking is undertaken during the months of November to April.
  • Prior arrangements must be made.
  • Not recommended for children below the
  • age of seven.
At Maracas where your guided tour ends you will be met and either driven back to Waterville for a refreshing tropical drink, or if prior arrangements have been made you can stay for a swim and be collected at a later time.

P.O. Box3425, Maraval, Trinidad W.I.
Tel: (868) 222-6071 Fax: (868) 625-8781

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