Royal Palm Suite Hotel

Address: 7 Saddle Road, Maraval, Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 7 Saddle Road, Maraval, is near La Brea Pitch Lake, Mount St. Benedict Monastery, Temple in the Sea at Waterloo, and Mayaro Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Maraval

    Red Ibis colour the sky

    A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 06, 2014

    20 photos

    ... roost and when they settled in the trees the trees looked like they were decorated for Christmas. They arrived in waves over a twenty minute period as dusk was falling and the sight was quite spectacular.
    Our captain had kindly delayed departure of the ship to allow us to witness this phenomena. The Scarlet Ibis are unique to this island and it is a memory we will carry with us ...

    18: Island Hopping Home

    A travel blog entry by eurobertson on Jun 01, 2013

    51 photos

    ... good 3 hours to get up to the top of the island and I stayed in Charlotteville for a while to relax on the beach before starting the return journey. The first stop on the way back was Speyside, which is renowned for its colourful diving and snorkelling. Just glancing at a local map I count 15 dive sites within 2 miles of Speyside and although you don’t really see big fish the coral is very colourful and it is home to (arguably) the biggest Brain Coral in the world. Unfortunately ...

    Margarita Island - Trinidad and Tobago

    A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jul 13, 2010

    7 photos

    ... announced in English that the plane was having 'technical problems' and that 'we will be landing immediately' back on Margarita Island. The tension level for everyone on the plane at that moment was extremely high. I could hear a woman praying behind me and I just kept trying to turn off the mental auto-loop of 'these are the kinds of planes that crash'. In the end we landed fine as far as I could tell but it was a bit disconcerting to see what I ...

    The Day Everyone and their Dog Fell into the Ocean

    A travel blog entry by qgirl128 on Jun 17, 2009

    5 photos

    ... no longer paddle myself since I had an armful of everyone else's paddles and water bottles and sundries that I'd saved from floating off to Venezuela. Suddenly, like another episode of Baywatch, a sleek and stylish speedboat came cruising toward us out of nowhere. It was Baptiste and his army, swooping in to save the un-athletic and water-logged! Baptiste and his crew expertly plucked the kayaks out of the water and lifted them into the boat. Ronald, Peter, and ...

    Fish and Funerals

    A travel blog entry by smyth on Feb 13, 2008

    7 photos

    Charlotteville is a sleepy little fishing village and about as rural as it gets. We had no idea how much game fish was here until we got down to the fishermen's co-op and saw it all: lots of kingfish, dolphin (mahi mahi) grouper, back and yellow fin tuna. It is not unusual to see blue and white marlin, sailfish, spearfish and wahoo too. We ...