Day 1: Cumaca cave is located in the hinterland of the northern range and the habitat of the oil birds. A three hours hike to the cave and back from the Cumaca village through a trail of an abandon cocoa and coffee estate. Two British divers since 1954 never returned from the stream which flows through it.
Day 2: Lopinot Cave is located a short distance from the village of
Lopinot. This cave is also the habitat of the oilbirds. The village got its
name from Count Lopinot whom had owned a large estate of cocoa, coffee and
bananas and slave master.
Day 3: Gasparee Cave is located on the west coast of Trinidad in the Gulf of
Paria on one of the five islets called Gaspar Grande. Small boats ferry
visitors to the islet from the main land and back.
Day 4: Mt. Tamana Bat Cave is located on Trinidad central range This cave is
the habitat of several species of bats. During the day they spend time
sleeping and at dusk they leaved the cave in large numbers to feed at night
and returned the following morning.
Departure: Transfer from Hotel to Airport.
Cost $250.00 USD per person, per day.
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