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This park features mansions from the Spanish colonial era, interesting stores and street vendors.
Port of Spain, Trinidad
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

With kids put of school.many parents should spend time with their kids showing them the 7 wonders around the Savannah. Great day to spend with the family

Thank sally n
Reviewed 1 week ago

They say it’s the largest roundabout in the world, maybe! At least 4 km to walk around, which I did most mornings, I loved watching the activity of football matches, cricket matches, keep fit classes and much more on the huge green savannah. Every morning...More

Thank Glendanicholson
Reviewed 1 week ago

There are six or seven buildings here that are really cool architecture. Can only go into a few of them.

Thank Daveycp
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Open green space offering an opportunity to get some great cardio in! The surrounding area has some nice castles!

Thank Jay D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Ran 2.5 miles around the Savannah last week. We went around 7:00pm. Don’t be fooled by the news Trinidad is very safe. Most visitors won’t be near the high crime areas so no need to fret. The Savannah is huge though. I ran the entire...More

Thank shawnnmaile
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I was able to taste several of Trinidad famous food. I would say the bake and shark was the top of my list. I also had Double and Roti ( chicken), all seasoned well and fulfilling.

Thank Marie B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

People of all walks of life---walking, running, having a picnic, chatting...just a great space. They have coconut water and other vendors lining the park. Food trucks at night.

Thank midwstgirl
Reviewed 23 May 2018

This is where i grew up on the Island, very historic buildings of the old world, nicely restores and preserved.

Thank Rasheed M
Reviewed 16 May 2018

Are you a food junkie who loves to taste the local cuisine of vacation destinations? The Savannah opposite NAPA is your ideal food stop. Here you can purchase the culinary diversity of Trinidad and Tobago under the stars. It is not a restaurant. It is...More

Thank jansam2017
Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

Is nice walk by Savanna as a local, drink coconut water or only feel the breeze under its trees chatting with a friend.

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The parade of the bands is the main attraction. Many people just line the streets and watch for free but you'd be more comfortable purchasing a ticket to the Grandstand. Prices are affordable as the exchange rate is in your... More
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There is a members tennis court on Victoria Avenue