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Island of hope and dreams

Beautiful little island well worth the visit. Pack your picnic basket and get ready to explore this... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2017
Suna-illse T
via mobile
Bring your sun screen

its a cool little island that can be explored. but there is little shade and the sun stings. so... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Peter D
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This mysterious, uninhabited island, once the site of a colony of lepers run by a group of nuns, is only five miles off the northwest coast of Trinidad.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good28%
  • Average12%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible0%
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Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Beautiful little island well worth the visit. Pack your picnic basket and get ready to explore this forgotten gem.

2  Thank Suna-illse T
Reviewed 16 March 2017

its a cool little island that can be explored. but there is little shade and the sun stings. so bring your water and your sun screen. you will need it

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 22 December 2016

Great for a hiking and boat trip in one. The island itself is very nice with two very warm water beaches. There are a few good hikes to the salt pond, abandon nunnery and lighthouse. At the light house you will get the best views...More

Thank Avion C
Reviewed 28 November 2016

This tiny uninhabited island off the northern cost of Trinidad is a gemstone. It's truly beautiful, from it's beaches to its hilly trails. The locals of Trinidad often come down to the island by boat and enjoy a day on the beach or in the...More

Thank Johnny L
Reviewed 2 December 2014

Had an excellent time on a boat cruise to this place, music, food, friends and fun. We got to swim so it made it more special

2  Thank Mc1Ewen
Reviewed 29 November 2014

My wife and I were looking for an adventure and wanted to see more of the Chacachacare Islands off the northeast coast of Trinidad. The Crew's Inn recommended Greene (868)755-8972, the captain of the Island Princess. We were delighted that he was willing to meet...More

3  Thank GilbertNeil
Reviewed 30 September 2014 via mobile

Its 12 years going on 13 years now and I still go to this island 3 times a year I walk all over this island at night by my self I never come ah cross anything like dat I even go LA tinta to fishing...More

6  Thank simple m
Reviewed 7 July 2014

If only the locals loved their islands like we do. Rubbish is everywhere. Here is a gem of an island, paradoxically accessible only some 12 miles from TTSA yet with a remote aura about it, yet strewn with rubbish despite it being uninhabited! 30 years...More

5  Thank BobRedley
Reviewed 25 May 2014

Assuming the opportunity (your really need a private charter or your own boat) a visit to the island is definitely worth your time - there something to be said about these abandoned constructions and relics. Sometimes spoiled by partiers but definitely worth your time !

Thank Alex T
Reviewed 1 March 2014

I went to Chac about 10 years ago when my grandparents has a yacht in T&T. I was only about 11 at the time, and we spent a week out there. We were the only yacht and visitors there and I remember it being eerie...More

11  Thank Keren W
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