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Follow Ancient Pathways

The dual-island nation of Trinidad & Tobago has unveiled a new Eco-Adventure Trails Project, which encompasses over five and a half km of scenic trails stretching from Grande Rivière to Sans Souci on the northeast coast of Trinidad.

Shaded by forest canopy and bordered by lush foliage, cool springs, and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, these rehabilitated trails follow ancient pathways that were once traversed by Trinidad & Tobago's First Peoplesthe indigenous Amerindians of the islands.

 In addition to walking through the island's history, visitors are also exposed to an extensive range of eco-adventure and leisure experiences including zip lining, biking, bird watching, swimming and nature photography. www.goTrinidadandTobago.com






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