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A great place to visit anytime of the year. the lighthouse on the island is a great place to visit... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2018
E8108EJpaul
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Trinidad
fab location

I love this location, a lot of people say it needs maintenance and development but I say leave it... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2018
Evelyn M
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Maraval, Trinidad
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Reviewed 28 November 2016

This tiny uninhabited island off the northern cost of Trinidad is a gemstone. It's truly beautiful, from it's beaches to its hilly trails. The locals of Trinidad often come down to the island by boat and enjoy a day on the beach or in the water. Unfortunately, this small island has been completely decimated by it's garbage. The people have no respect for such a tiny island, and the government continues to do nothing to change that (as many beautiful places in Trinidad have been destroyed by litter).

Nevertheless, don't let that stop you from visiting this gorgeous little island. It's a fun mini getaway that shouldn't be missed.

Date of experience: June 2016
Thank Johnny L
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Reviewed 2 December 2014

Had an excellent time on a boat cruise to this place, music, food, friends and fun. We got to swim so it made it more special

Date of experience: March 2014
2  Thank Mc1Ewen
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Reviewed 30 November 2014

My wife and I were looking for an adventure and wanted to see more of the Chacachacare Islands off the northeast coast of Trinidad. The Crew's Inn recommended Greene (868)755-8972, the captain of the Island Princess. We were delighted that he was willing to meet us on the same day. We headed out from the Crew's Inn Marina at 4pm for a tour around each of the islands at sunset. The boat could have likely handled 50 people and we had it all to ourselves based on the short notice. It was a delightful evening

Date of experience: November 2014
3  Thank GilbertNeil
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Reviewed 1 October 2014 via mobile

Its 12 years going on 13 years now and I still go to this island 3 times a year I walk all over this island at night by my self I never come ah cross anything like dat I even go LA tinta to fishing by my self at nite sometimes my battery dies and I walk back to the other side where im camping with out a light I dose even go in the cemetery at nite my family even tell me I'm mad to do dat but its all about your fair an I for 1 don't fair them things I com across many of dat I make big man ball an run from LA tint in de nite lol an u must no when I'm passing anyway lol 1 is Indian music 2 I'm drinking 3 is real whilness I love dat island and I don't care what anybody say.........

Date of experience: February 2014
6  Thank simple m
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Reviewed 7 July 2014

If only the locals loved their islands like we do. Rubbish is everywhere. Here is a gem of an island, paradoxically accessible only some 12 miles from TTSA yet with a remote aura about it, yet strewn with rubbish despite it being uninhabited! 30 years ago it was a leper colony. When a cure was found overnight it became deserted. Empty, overgrown houses with beds outside makes it feel quite eerie. We were the only ones anchored on the island, the fireflies coming out after dark on a complete silent and moonless night made it seem as though spirits of long lost leprous souls were haunting the place. Unless you like the volume of reggae and rap music which make Ibiza sound like a string quartet.... leave the weekends alone.....the locals know how to party continuously! Weekdays are quiet and often this largish island you'll have to yourself. In season don't worry about food, mangos and coconuts abound

Date of experience: September 2013
6  Thank BobRedley
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