What To Expect From This Tour
This tour will take you on a walk along our scenic waterfront (for all you boat fans out there), followed by a stroll down a tree lined promenade as your hear about the history of this Caribbean city. You will then jump in to the mini-van where you will be taken for another stroll, this time in uptown Port of Spain, where you will be visiting the Royal Botanic Gardens (one of the oldest in the Western hemisphere and one of the few with a cemetery), the War Memorial for those who died in World Wars 1 and 2, and you will also be visiting the National Museum. You will then get your Instagram moments at Fort George where you will get stunning views of the city from 300 m (1000 ft) above. This is a very interactive tour in a very relaxed atmosphere and one which is filled with history and fun.
Why Take This Tour
Experience a part walking and part driven tour of the Caribbean city of Port of Spain, where its rich history is reflected in the daily lives of its citizens! You will see glorious architecture from the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, from the days when cocoa was king! The sights and experience all highlight our city's history and its richness in diversity; both in our people and in our religious beliefs. Come experience this Caribbean city like a local!
Pick up and drop off at Port of Spain based hotels / AirBnB
Stops at all major sights in Port of Spain
Transfers to all food stops
Guided walking / driven tour
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WHAT YOU’LL BE ENJOYING
Downtown Port of Spain: You will be walking through this downtown Caribbean city where the new mixes with the old (19th Century chic mixing with 21st Century functionality). You will also be strolling along the waterfront by the harbour which is an oasis on very hot days.
Uptown Port of Spain: In this part of Port of Spain you will be visiting some of our historical landmarks, such as the Queen’s Park Savannah, the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Magnificent 7, and the War Memorial. You will also be learning about the history of our country in the National Museum, where there is also art my local artists on display.
Fort George: Finally, you will be driven up to the Fort George (some 300 m / 1000 ft) up to get a breath taking view of Port of Spain. This fort has been around since 1804 and is one of the most photographed forts so get those phones/cameras ready!
What To Wear
Some amount of walking is done so please wear comfortable shoes.