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Nice view

Nice view on the valley from the top, it takes some time to climb the 6 story building, each time... read more

Reviewed August 22, 2018
Leuven, Belgium
Great views

We'd been told by our guide that the story was of two brothers who liked a girl - one built a deep... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2018
Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Trinidad, Cuba
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Reviewed August 22, 2018

Nice view on the valley from the top, it takes some time to climb the 6 story building, each time with changing view. I missed some explination, so had to go to my travel guide to obtain more information around the place, they mainly sell...More

Thank Daniel19721972
Reviewed August 18, 2018

We'd been told by our guide that the story was of two brothers who liked a girl - one built a deep well, the other built the tower. You get dropped off just by a railway-level crossing. After walking up a small street lined with...More

Thank TheLush101
Reviewed July 10, 2018

Impressive tower built to watch over the slaves in the sugar can fields, in the Valley of the Sugar mills. Great place to buy the hand embroidered table cloths, as there are meters and meters of clothing lines with the beautiful pieces on display. Spectacular...More

Thank LizaGroenewald
Reviewed June 12, 2018

It was interesting to climb the tower and the next-door former owner's house in order to understand how a sugar plantation was run in former days.

Thank 72Chris
Reviewed June 2, 2018

Even if it's a very touristic place, with the textils markets outside, it's something not to miss: to climb up the tower and with its 360 degrees views, go back in time, when the fields were filled up with working slaves.

Thank AnnaCub2018
Reviewed May 28, 2018

On arrival we noticed how different the area was lots of market stalls before you got to the tower where stall holders were trying to sell you goods which we declined. When we got to the tower was going to go up but the attitude...More

Thank Angela O
Reviewed May 14, 2018

Sites of historical interest and significance are often beset by this problem - a parallel economy of hawkers and street sellers trying to entice you. This is particularly problematic with two little children who of course are excited by shiny and noisy things or by...More

Thank skullbabe
Reviewed April 6, 2018

Cool spot to climb and take photos. There are some shops and restaurants nearby as well. Definitely worth 1-2 hours of fun.

Thank pnitake
Reviewed April 4, 2018

I didn't get to spend long here but I did walk up the 130+ steps and was rewarded with spectacular views across the valley. The site is lovely and worth a visit.

Thank Anagasna
Reviewed March 26, 2018

A tower that gives wonderful views of the area. Not the easiest climb but worth the view once at the top. It is a great sadness that it's history is of being a watch-tower for the slave plantation. This needs to be kept in mind...More

Thank Shipahoyahoy
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Noemi G
September 10, 2017|
Response from swampykevin | Reviewed this property |
We don't remember an entry fee but there is plenty of locals that try to sell you trinkets.