We visited these Falls twice whilst on holiday in Tobago - because we were ripped off the first time! We booked as a large group the first time, which cost $50 per head, to be taken by minibus for a walk in the rainforest and then on to Argyle Falls. The rainforest part was all good - no complaints. However,... 更多
Entry cost was 60$TT per person, not sure what the money is used for but collecting litter would be good!!. The walk itself was ok, for the steeper bits there were ropes you could use to pull yourself up. Can imagine that if it rained it would be quite slippery. From the entrance to the top of the falls took... 更多
Make sure you bring proper trainers - we did it in flip flops and its so steep in places you need to hold on to a guide rope to climb up and down. We did it though, even in flip flops and bare feet, and in the rain. Walking in the rain in the rainforest is a beautiful experience, so... 更多
The trip to Argyle Falls from Canaan is about a 45 minute drive. It is located near the Tobago Cocoa Estate. Once parked you pay the entrance fee and can hire a guide to take you or you can walk there on your own. It's a fairly easy trek over gently sloping trails. You do have to climb over a... 更多
This waterfall is so beautiful, anyone can go there even kids. The hike is simple to reach the basin but for advanced hikers you can go further up as the hike will be more challenging. It's better to get a tour guide to go with you as there are a few by the entrance you can choose.
Trail was scenic to get to the waterfalls, however, it was a bit disappointing when we arrived at the falls. The water was not too clear and looked a bit murky.
Set in equatorial forest, these falls are a short treck from the carpark. ( beware of 'guides' waiting near the entrance who overcharge..there is a hut with official guides ). A series of three pools, requiring a scramble to reach the top one. You can test your strength and try standing under the top waters as they fall, or swim... 更多