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Located with easy driving distance of the Tamana Bat Caves, this small lodge is nestled in a tranquil setting in the foothills of Trinidad’s Central Range.

The accommodation comprises four fully-furnished wooden cottages set in 22 acres of private grounds overlooking a small lake. Each cottage has two bedrooms, a lounge, large deck and a fully-equipped kitchen – if you wish to do their own cooking. During your stay you can enjoy birdwatching, make use of the kayaks on the lake or take a dip in the swimming pool and relax in this tranquil setting.  

Each cottage is supplied with all the ingredients you need to make your own breakfast. Lunch and dinner are provided by the lodge and delivered to the cottage on a daily basis throughout your stay. All housekeeping is included, so if you do choose to cook your meals you won’t have to lift a finger to clear up afterwards. 

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Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itineraries:

A Carnival of Wildlife

Swing through the lesser known parts of Trinidad and Tobago to witness the diversity of its wildlife: Trinidad’s national bird – the iconic scarlet ibis, the curious cave-dwelling oilbird, the mysterious colony of bats at Tamana and the world's largest brain coral in Tobago.

  • When to go: Sep-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 10 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £2,795 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea

Caribbean Wilderness

Journey to the Caribbean to explore untouched rainforest, sprawling savannahs and tropical reefs that offer a variety of captivating wildlife encounters and incredible nature experiences. This itinerary combines birding in Trinidad with the diverse wildlife and scenery of Guyana, before a few days relaxation in Tobago.

  • When to go: Sep-Apr
  • Duration inc. flights: 19 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £7,645 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea
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Tamana Caves

This cave system is situated on the northern slope of Mount Tamana in the foothills of eastern Trinidad’s Central Range. The caves are home to an extremely large population of various types of bats – estimates of the exact number range from 500,000 individuals to as many as three million.

  • Where: Trinidad
  • Ideal for viewing: greater spear-nosed bat, lesser spear-nosed bat, Trinidadian funnel-eared bat, Gonatodes gecko, long-nosed bat