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Cuffie River was a great place to stay! We were greeted by the owner upon arrival who showed us to the room. Very clean with a balcony to sit and watch the many birds visiting the feeders. They were very accommodating and friendly. Food was...More
My wife and I had the absolute pleasure of spending two nights at Cuffee River Nature Preserve as the second leg of our Trinidad/Tobago sampler tour per Caligo. And it proved to be the PERFECT choice for that option.
We arrived in late afternoon after...More
It's at the end of a sheepish road into the hills, about 45 minutes (taxi) drive from the airport, but the journey is worth it! We arrived a little late (courtesy of heavy rain delaying our flight from Port of Spain, but no problem. Regina...More
It would help you none to say it is beautiful and secluded, so I'll just do a long summary. From best to least:
Setting - Secluded multi-acre former sugar plantation covered with verdant secondary forest. Small river shushes through the woods and nary a structure...More
I came to visit Cuffie River Nature Retreat whilst staying on the island to see what it was like.
Regina (owner) was welcoming and showed us round. The building space inside has such a calming and homely feel to it, it's lovely! The rooms are...More
It's not ON the beach, but Tobago is a very small island and beaches are not more than a short drive away. The closest beaches are on Tobago's north coast. These are normally quieter and less occupied but generally just as... More
It's not ON the beach, but Tobago is a very small island and beaches are not more than a short drive away. The closest beaches are on Tobago's north coast. These are normally quieter and less occupied but generally just as nice as those around the western tip of the island.