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Siewdass Sadhu's Temple in The Sea, Trinidad

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Founded in 1995, Siewdass Sadhu's Temple in The Sea remains the only temple in Trinidad found resting on the water. Interestingly, oil drums filled with concrete form the foundations, tied together with steel. Flags surround the single central dome, all with different colors and meanings. Step inside the small white building to find different vibrantly colored Hindu deities. To visit Siewdass Sadhu's Temple in The Sea on your holiday in Caroni, and find out what else Caroni has to offer, use our Caroni trip generator.
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  • A small attractive Hindu Temple located in the sea with a walkway to it lined with orange flags and flowers. You can see Port Of Spain and Venezuela from the walkway that circles the Temple. It is wel...  read more »
  • Visited this month on a Sunday. Had some difficulty finding the temple as the signage wasn't very obvious on the main road. The site itself is worth a visit but be sure to have a guide or someone who ...  read more »
  • Beautifull temple to visit. Walking towards the temple , authomaticly calms you down. When you reach the temple you immidiately experience how peacefull and quiet the place is. 
  • always a marvel to visit, great parking, nice serene atmosphere, perfect place to relax.
  • Although historical and the locals and swami try their best, the place needs help with up keep. Can be a very gorgeous and enlightening place of how Trinidadians and Tobagonians live in religious harmony.
  • Built by hand over 25 years by one man. That is devotion.
  • Beautiful view of the ocean and mountains
  • Very peaceful place a must see place to visit
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