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Temple-in-the-Sea

An awe-inspiring Hindu temple built right in the sea. Truly a fascinating sight – go inside if you can.

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Attractions near to Temple-in-the-Sea

  • Caroni Bird Sanctuary

    Caroni Bird Sanctuary

    This vast swamp is one of the islands' most diverse ecosystems, best known for the many species of birds found here. Do not miss.

  • Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Port of Spain

    Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

    The imposing cathedral with its two towers is perhaps an unexpected sight on the islands, but well worth the visit.

  • Piparo Mud Volcano

    Piparo Mud Volcano

    One of the islands' natural curiosities. The bubbling mud both inside and around the volcano sure is a strange sight.

  • Hanuman Murti, Chaguanas

    Hanuman Murti

    Hindu is a prominent religion on the islands and so it's not surprising that there is a huge and colourful statue of a Hindu god here.

  • Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club

    Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club

    An 18-hole course with plenty of water hazards to keep you on your toes. Facilities include putting greens and a lit driving range.

  • Trinity Cathedral

    Trinity Cathedral

    An Anglican cathedral and one of the islands' oldest landmarks. Recently reconstructed and simply beautiful.

  • Brechin Castle Golf Course

    Brechin Castle Golf Course

    An 18-hole golf course still sporting a classical layout from the beginning of the 20th century. A pleasant and relaxing place where to play.

  • Nelson Island

    Nelson Island

    This small island used to work as an immigration station and later as a detention centre. Packed with interesting history.

  • Pointe-à-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust

    Pointe-à-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust

    These beautiful premises are the home of many birds – owls, ibis and peacocks can all be seen here in addition to other animals.

  • La Vega Garden Centre

    La Vega Garden Centre

    The estate's main pride are its gardens – perfect for picnicking, fishing, and generally forgetting about all your worries.

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