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Crews Inn Hotel and Yacht Club, Trinidad, Trinidad & Tobago

Crews Inn Hotel and Yacht Club is located on the north-west side of Trinidad, on Point Gourde peninsula, an area protected by the lush mountains of the Northern Range, offering excellent hiking, with hundreds of trails. The marina is close to the island’s capital, Port of Spain, and to the small island Gaspar Grande or Gasparee, famous for its limestone caves that formed a labyrinth of stalactites and stalagmites with a turquoise pool below. There are some beautiful secluded beaches on this island accessible solely by boat. The drive along Trinidad’s northern coastline provides glimpses of the rainforest and stops at some fantastic beaches. Carapichaima provides a great introduction to Indo-Trinidadian culture, from the Temple in the Sea at Waterloo to the gigantic Hanuman Murti statue. The colorful Trinidad and Tobago carnival is famous for its costumes and music, primarily Soca and Calypso playing a key role in the celebrations.


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Attractions in Trinidad

Trinidad belongs to the island country of Trinidad and Tobago, being its largest region that also hosts the greatest number of inhabitants. Trinidad is a prosperous economic region and its continuous growth is triggered by the extensive touristic activities that lure visitors here all year round.

This is one of the most developed locations in the Caribbean Sea; it is crowded with resorts, restaurants, shops and other facilities like berth booking or guided tours. The complex ecosystem offers the chance to enjoy many outdoor activities ranging from hiking to diving. Trinidad’s relief comprises, hills, rivers like Caroni and the Ortoire, waterfalls and wild beaches.

This rich territory was inhabited in the beginning by indigene Arawak tribes. The island and its neighboring sisters were discovered by Christopher Columbus toward the end of the 15th century. Many strong colonial empires fought over this land such as th... more info