Welcome to Caribbean Hiking Adventures

Hiking has rapidly become one of the most popular recreational activities in Trinidad & Tobago. The wide variety of fauna and flora and the opportunity to discover hidden natural treasures such as picturesque waterfalls, refreshing rivers and lush rain forests serve as ample encouragement for tourists and nationals alike to visit local hiking trails as often as possible. Many are left breathless by the places they encounter. So come with us and discover the "WONDER" that's Trinidad & Tobago. 


Homard and Lacatang Falls (new): January 26th 2014

Concealed in the mountains, on the western end of Grand Riviere a village on the north - eastern coast of Trinidad lays two beautiful enchanting waterfalls the first being Homard falls and the second Lacatang Falls. This hike begins on the road just beyond the outskirts of the village. As we embark on your journey we meet a comparatively gentle uphill, then alternating between wide and narrow benching. On top of the hill, we trek down some manmade steps till we arrive at the base of Homard Falls. This fall is approximately 30 to 40 feet in height and has a cozy and unperturbed pool that you can sit in and be rejuvenated. Above veiled by time lies Lacatang Falls, after a short trek up a stony river bank you will arrive at Lacatang Falls, ideal for taking a dip and allow yourself to commune with nature's essence.

 Duration - 1 ½ hours one way
Rating – Moderate
Meeting Point: Corner Churchill Roosevelt Highway & O'Meara Road, Arima
Meeting Time - 7.00 am
Departure Time - 7.30 am

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Blanchisseuse to Three Pools: February 9th 2014

Concealed in the mountains, on the western end of Grand Riviere a village on the north - eastern coast of Trinidad lays two beautiful enchanting waterfalls the first being Homard falls and the second Lacatang Falls. This hike begins on the road just beyond the outskirts of the village. As we embark on your journey we meet a comparatively gentle uphill, then alternating between wide and narrow benching. On top of the hill, we trek down some manmade steps till we arrive at the base of Homard Falls. This fall is approximately 30 to 40 feet in height and has a cozy and unperturbed pool that you can sit in and be rejuvenated. Above veiled by time lies Lacatang Falls, after a short trek up a stony river bank you will arrive at Lacatang Falls, ideal for taking a dip and allow yourself to commune with nature's essence.

 Duration – 5 hrs (entire loop)
Rating – Moderate to Moderately Challenging
Meeting Point – Brian Lara Promenade (Nicholas Towers) Port of Spain
Assembly Time - 6.30 am
Departure Time - 7.30 am

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