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Arnos Vale Waterwheel and Nature Park

Once a great plantation and sugar factory, now it lies it ruins. If you're into adventure and exploring, this is your place.

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Attractions near to Arnos Vale Waterwheel and Nature Park

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    A paradise-like beach with snow-white sands and crystal clear water. The ultimate beach-stop on the islands.

  • Anna Reef

    This long reef extends farther than you'd expect. You can see all sorts of corals and other marine life on this diving site.

  • Tobago Plantations Golf Course

    A relatively new par 72 course. Intriguing landscaping done on the site of a former coconut plantation.

  • Englishman's Bay Beach

    A peaceful beach that is deserted most of the time. A picturesque spot great for snorkelling and other activities.

  • Fort George

    A well-kept fort that used to belong to the British. Fun to explore and there's even a little museum.

  • Being with Horses

    Horseback-riding at its finest. Run by very friendly owners and offering beachside rides on well-cared for, happy horses.

  • Kimme Museum

    The artist herself has made her own home her gallery. Come see her intriguing sculptures depicting the locals.

  • Nylon Pool

    Perhaps the best bathing spot on the islands. This is a real shallow pool far out in the sea, simply perfect for swimming.

  • Mount Irvine Golf Course

    18-hole, par 72 course with plenty of facilities and a long tradition. Perhaps the best course on all of the islands.

  • Adventure Farm and Nature Reserve

    A small, but terrific estate well-worth the visit. Mainly serves as a bird station – especially the hummingbirds are charming.

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