This is the home of one of Trinidad and Tobago most famous caves the Gasparee Caves. The island is located on just off the peninsula of Trinidad approximately 9 miles west of Port of Spain with an area of 1.29km (319 acres).
The Gasparee caves are a series of underground network caverns made out of limestone formations that defy one’s imagination. Lurking in the center is the Blue Grotto, a crystal clear pool 30 feet in diameter, the sun entering the caves dances upon the water surfaces giving the blue effect. Gasparee Grande is not only the home of the Gasparee Caves but to several caves also such as, White Cave, Brioge Cavern, Precipice Cavern and Williams Dampier’s Tunnel, this one is only accessible on certain days of the year.
The island is also consist of a vegetation of Yellow Poui, Giant Cactus, Hog Plum, Sick Cotton, Sugar Apple, Cow Itch, Salt-fish Wood and Naked Indian just to name a few. This island is rich is culture but laid with beauty that offers something for everyone.
Rating – Easy.
Duration – 6hrs.