What To Expect From This Tour
Hear some of the fascinating stories of how our religious diversity has helped us have a common identity yet define us as a country. You will be exploring Trinidad's very rich and diverse religious heritage and harmony with visits to the only Gothic styled church in the country which represented freedom for all men, a Muslim temple which highlighted service to God by different faiths, a Christian church with a pirate’s tomb, and a Hindu temple built in the sea because of blind faith. You will also stop for light snack while on this experience.
Why Take This Tour
It doesn’t matter whether or not believe in something or whether or not you’re religious, this tour is for anyone who is interested in learning about a small islands journey receiving people from very varied backgrounds, yet living in harmony in our diversity. By the end of this experience you will get a very good appreciation of how we celebrate and respect each other’s beliefs.
Pick up and drop off at Port of Spain based hotels / AirBnB / cruise ship terminal
Complimentary light snack
Complimentary Bottled water
Transfers to all sights
Guided driven tour
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WHAT YOU’LL BE SEEING
Jama Mosque: Hear the story of how 2 different religions gave life to this beautiful mosque.
Holy Rosary Church: This church marked the end of French society, while fighting for the freedom of all men.
St. Joseph Church: This church is in the first capital of Trinidad, has a very historical cemetery, and a very interesting tomb that seems very out of place.
Jinnah Memorial Mosque: One of the most beautiful mosques in Trinidad and it is located in the island’s first capital.
Dattatreya Mandir: A beautifully detailed Hindu temple which also has the tallest murti (statue) of a Hindu god (Hanuman) outside of India.
Temple In The Sea: A labour of love (for his faith), unbridled determination, and limitless belief in oneself is the story behind this Hindu temple, which was built by a very humble man with his bicycle.
As you will be visiting places of worship, please ensure shoulders are covered. Knee length shorts are acceptable.