Laguna Mar Lodge

Mile Marker 65, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | Hotel
Prices starting from $60.00
 

Travel Blogs from Trinidad

18: Island Hopping Home

A travel blog entry by eurobertson

51

... Derek who was on his first beer of the day (I think) at 8am. He told me it was 10,000 entry, to which I responded “I have 2,000” and he let me in for free almost immediately. I’m still not sure whether he was actually joking or trying to make a quick buck off a Gringo but I got to see Big Pond for free anyway! It was interesting but no more than a small lake surrounded by a few tropical bars and restaurants blaring out Reggae music. After another 15 minutes of biking ...

Birding in Trinidad

A travel blog entry by frostincluded

1
7

... South America or Nikon camera user guide. Pedro`s was "NYPD Red". You get the picture.

Pedro was also particularly thrilled to see that Charles and Camilla had made a visit to the Centre four years ago. I wonder whether he had enjoyed cold showers and drunk as much rum punch as we did? Actually the cold showers were invigorating. Really.

After wonderful walks in the ...

Again nothing!!

A travel blog entry by finneyfamily

2

... br>
Lets hope its soon

Robynn and I are off with Curtis tomorrow to see Fort George. I plan on keeping my eyes closed during the drive up. Its pretty much a one lane road. Here's hoping we make it home alive

Well until then

The Finney's
...

Margarita Island - Trinidad and Tobago

A travel blog entry by nomadic1

7

... the single ambulance and fire engine at the airport waiting for us when we disembarked.

All of the passengers were, of course, outraged once we got off the plane. A few shouted quotes I scribbled down: 'Why did they put us on a broken plane?!', 'We were the test subjects!', 'This $#&% is a lawsuit if we was in a real country!' That night, most of us met up in the hotel bar and toasted to still being alive.

The next flight was, thank ...

Trini Living 2010

A travel blog entry by questmiller

10

... the opportunity go on a few tours. Mostly mine were for shopping and stocking up. Ellis visited the Asa Wright Bird Sanctuary for a second time and the Caroni Swamp where the beautiful Scarlet Ibis come to roost every evening. We all signed up to visit some “Mas Camps” and “Pan Yards”. The Mas camps (short for Masquerade) are where they create the incredibly beautiful costumes for Mardi Gras. One yard that we went to was in the process ...

Location

This hotel is located on Mile Marker 65, Trinidad.
Map this hotel
     

    TripAdvisor Reviews Laguna Mar Lodge Trinidad

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Other places to stay in Trinidad