Maracas Bay, Port of Spain
Categories: Bodies of Water, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Just outside Port of Spain, Maracas Bay attracts visitors with its scenic white-sand beach surrounded by mountains. The beach is renowned for its famous huts that sell "shark and bake," deep-fried shark meat baked in dough. Relax in the thick shade of palm trees, soak up some sun, and enjoy the views of the aquamarine waters contrasting the verdant hills. Driving up to the beach, you'll encounter a panoramic viewpoint and a shop that sells traditional sweets. Use our Port of Spain trip itinerary builder to visit Maracas Bay on your trip to Port of Spain, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Very disappointing beach especially as it is the main attraction of Trinidad. There are half finished concrete huts surrounded by corrugated iron fencing on the beach and a set of tatty cafes on the o... read more »
Had a wonderful time at this beach with family. It was a bit of a drive from Port of Spain. But was worth it
So I thought when I last visited. But I was disappointed this time to see immense construction occurring on the beach. Why? Why change? If it is not broke don't try to fix it. How about a broad-walk w... read more »
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