65 Orange Grove Rd., Caroni, Trinidad and Tobago, W.I.
One of the island’s largest mangrove wetlands, the 12,000-acre swamp on Trinidad’s west coast is home to over 100 bird species. The Scarlet Ibis, the national bird of Trinidad, is abundant throughout the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, magnificently adorning the marsh in vivid scarlet.
There are numerous tours available for you and your family to pick from. Schedule a tour soon to experience harmony with paradise.
Amenities, Services & Experiences
Caroni Swamp in Trinidad & Tobago is a mini Everglades and a great spot to see beautiful birds and wildlife from a boat tour.
One of the best things to do in Trinidad
“We had an absolutely amazing experience watching birds! We saw thousands of scarlet ibis, which we were told was very special for this time of the year. Plenty of flamingoes, other birds and one large snake as well. We were very lucky with the weather so sky also looked very magical! Overall, one of the best experiences.” – Google Reviews.
Watching the Ibis come to roost at sunset was fabulous. We took small motor boats through the bird sanctuary to an observation site. During the tour through the sanctuary the guide pointed out wildlife indigenous to the swamp.”- Expedia.
Exceptional Caribbean Recommended
The Caroni Bird Sanctuary is truly a national treasure and wonder. It is an experience of a lifetime.