In the days when motor cars were few, San Fernando's King's Wharf was the ferry service between the capital of Port ... More
In the days when motor cars were few, San Fernando's King's Wharf was the ferry service between the capital of Port of Spain and the southern city, particularly when it came to transporting goods like sugar. It also was the major shipping link between Trinidad and neighboring Venezuela. Today, King's Wharf is about to be restructured and a new jetty will be built to once again facilitate passenger and general cargo. The new jetty will accommodate sea transport from almost all of Trinidad's major towns.
The San Fernando Hill is the most popular of South Trinidad's landmarks. It boasts perhaps the best view of Southern
and Central Trinidad and on clear days, one can even catch a glimpse of the Northern Range and an ...
Located in South Trinidad, the Tree House Restaurant is built around a tree, which is cleverly included in the architecture
of the building as the deck leads out into the tree. It offers open air dining with a buffet ...
Touchdown in Trinidad and wondering where to stay? You don't need to go far, for right next door is a
comfortable and convenient retreat—The Bel Air Airport Hotel. Cozy and well appointed rooms work well to drive your jetlag ...
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