Just minutes from the capital city, the Western Peninsula is a kaleidoscope of activities for the traveler.
Chaguaramas was named the land of Palms by original Amerindians of the (100-700 AD). During World War II the face of this peninsula was changed though development. The Military Museum can share its history of that era; however the area’s natural beauty is still in tact.
Soft hikes along river and waterfall trails can be explored. The Tucker Valley area is teamed with exotic wildlife and flora, excellent birding opportunities and a pristine secondary rainforest. The Aboretum is a picnic site you will appreciate with its nutmeg trails and old war bonkers with various bat species.
The Macqueripe Beach with its turquoise blue water and beige sandy shore beckons you to just stand still in this tranquil place.