Six great Easter picnic spots in T&T
However some parks are definitely worth visiting and are perfect for an Easter picnic; here are six of our favourites:
1. Royal Botanical Gardens
This is an oldie but goodie for many Trinbagonians. It’s next to the Emperor Valley Zoo, so you can start the day visiting the animals and end it with some pelau, coleslaw and some cold Apple J under the trees at the Botanical Gardens. The kids can even do some kite-flying at the Queen’s Park Savannah opposite.
2. Palmiste Park
If heading to the Southland, Palmiste Park is beautiful and a lovely spot to have a picnic. There are lots of shady trees and ponds to view and relax with the family over the Easter holiday.
Yerette’s, located in Maracas Valley, is a private hummingbird sanctuary and is definitely a sight to see. Dozens of hummingbirds come in to feed and provide a breathtaking viewing experience.
4. The Retreat
Hidden in Chaguaramas is a lovely picnic spot that boasts of spring-fed pools, mini-golf and 7 acres of nature to enjoy. For lunch, bring out the pot of curry and wash it down with a red Solo.
For more information on bookings see here: www.facebook.com/TheRetreatTrinidad
5. La Vega Estate
La Vega Estate is well-known as a beautiful estate, full of trees and other facilities for a picnic. Feel free to pack a cooler with food and some cold drinks and relax with while the kids play nearby.
6. Tobago Adventure Farm and Nature Reserve
Located in Plymouth, Tobago, this beautiful nature reserve is a must-see, filled with beautiful hummingbirds, mot mots, flowers and more.
The park has also gotten rave reviews on Trip Advisor; more info here: http://bit.ly/2nMMdAn
Those are our top six, but we’re sure there are many more! What are some of your favourite picnic spots?