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Beaches and Bays of Trinidad and Tobago

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Las Cuevas beach

Beaches and Bays of Trinidad & Tobago

Beaches and bays are essential because they provide a substantial food supply, a place to relax with loved ones, and a variety of recreational activities. This website offers appealing pictures, directions to both popular and less well-known beaches and bays, as well as amenities for beachgoers.

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Blanchisseuse River and Bay
Blanchisseuse Bay

Blanchisseuse Bay is off the North Coast Road approximately 11 km east of Las Cuevas Bay. It is located on the eastern side of Blanchisseuse upper village. The beach is not easily visible from the road. To get to it look for the sign ‘Wilson’s...

Grande Riviere
Grande Riviere Bay

Grande Riviere Bay is off the Paria Main Road. Approximately 1 km west of the bridge over the Grande Riviere River, turn right onto Hosang Street which leads directly to the beach. The beach, composed of coarse-grained, quartzrich sand, is approximately 1.2 km long and...

Las Cuevas
Las Cuevas Bay

The beach at Las Cuevas is also very popular, and is reached via the North Coast Road, 7 km east of Maracas Bay. It varies in width, and is 2.2 km long. It is bounded on its eastern and western ends by prominent headlands, Las...

Macqueripe Bay

To reach Macqueripe Bay from Port of Spain, take the Western Main Road to Chaguaramas. After the CDA Estate Police Headquarters take the first right turn onto the Macqueripe Mail Road. Macqueripe Bay is at the end of this road. This is a sheltered bay...

Maracas Bay

There are two beaches within Maracas Bay. Although visitors mistakenly refer to the eastern end of Maracas Bay as Tyrico Bay, the actual Tyrico Bay is located further east. The western part of the bay is Maracas Beach, the most well-known beach in Trinidad. To...

Matelot Bay

The fishing village of Matelot is where the Paria Main Road ends. To reach Matelot from the east, turn left at the Valencia Police Post junction and follow the Valencia Road onto the Toco Main Road. Turn left and continue along the Toco Main Road...