This adventure takes us to a remote beach along the Paria main road, to a beach by the name of Paradise Bay Not to be
Located roughly eight miles from the spring bridge at Blanchisseuse, Grand Tacarib is the longest beach along the Paria Main Road.
One of the most magnificent beaches on the north coast of Trinidad, It is one of the many along the trail from Blanchisseuse to Matelot.
Senna bay is another untouched hidden gem found on the north coast of Trinidad. Trinidad has many such beaches but not all are easily accessible.
Located on Damien’s Bay access road Blanchisseuse, this beach is a surfer’s paradise, a nice secluded beach with a shaded area for liming.
Paradise Bay The Paria main road to Matelot is filled with a number of secluded beaches, one of which is Paradise Bay. This bay in
Balata Bay Yet another wonderful secluded gem along the North Coast, is the beach known as Balata Bay. It was given its name because of
Negmawah Bay Negmawah Bay is an isolated beach situated between Saut D’eau and Cyril Bay. It’s one of the many small coves of La Vache
Marakeet Bay Currently seeing two different spelling but Marakeet or Maraqueet however it is spelt seems to be another popular secluded destination. On the way
Shark River Is located in the Northern Range between the villages of Matelot and Grand Riviere. In 2004 it had declared part of the Matura
Petite Tacaribe Petite Tacaribe is secluded beach where you are away from everything yet missing nothing. There are three small wooden cabanas equipped with 3
Peechon Cove Located about three miles from the pillars below Maracas North Coast Road, there is a beautiful, yet secluded inlet known as Peechon Cove.