Great place. Lovely trees to admire around the savannah which it is label with its botanical and local name, the Queens park savannah is in the middle of the zoo, botanical gardens, President house historical buildings etc. You can can have a jog, walk drink fresh coconut water, someone or even indulge yourself in some street food.
The cool breezy very scenic Queens park Savannah is a wonderful relaxing place to visit especially with quaint coconut vendors in antique carts strategically placed around the quiet side of the savanna . The tall historic flowering trees make welcome shade to pull your chairs and have a read The Magnificent seven mansions will amaze you with the glimmer of... 更多
If you wanted to go for a walk, jog or coconut water, this is a place for that. The surroundings is scenic and filled with friendly faces. I would stil be careful in terms of safety so don't be on your own when it's dark or hardly anyone around.
This is the largest park in this bustling city and houses the areas used for Trinidad's not-quite-as-famous-as-Rio's Carnaval. Nevertheless it was originally a sugar cane plantation known as "Paradise" (although probably not so to the indentured labour working there) and was renamed in honiour of Queen Victoria after her coronation in 1838. It now boasts many areas used for cricket... 更多
The Savanna is great for an early morning or evening walk past some of the historic houses and the national academy of the performing arts. Walkers are safe as long as they stay on the perimeter within a few meters of the roadway. Coconut venders are present for a cool drink and seating is available. The zoo, botanical gardens and... 更多
This is the home to our Carnival. On Canival Monday and Tuesday you can view the parade of the bands from here as it is a major judging point.Right now you can see gorgeous little huts that accommodate vendors for the season. On afternoons you can see lots of peopke walking around the Savannah as part of their keep fit... 更多
Really very nice Place ,you have to see it.There were several picture perfect moments here. There is some interesting history attached to the nearby buildings.
A vast field close to the centre of Port of Spain. Good for a morning run or relaxing if you don't wish to head to the beach. There are some good street food stalls selling doubles and coconuts dotted around the outskirts of this vast park.