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If you're feeling adventurous, or just want to spend a hot day outdoors, without expense, this is the place to visit. You and relax under the gazebo, enjoy the tire swings and even cook on the site! You can even take a mud bath in...More
It's not really so much of an absolute must do but if you're in the south area of Trinidad you can visit! It erupted in 1997 wreaking havoc in the little village of Piparo so it is basically a large parcel of mud turned to...More
This mud feels so good. It warm and when you put it on your skin and then take it off you can actually see the difference in your skin. I tried it on my lower arm. The pores actually look cleaner. A nice little place...More
Wonderful place of interest for those looking for adventure and nature.
Location: hidden in the forest of penal. You can drive straight to the volcano if you own a 4x4 vehicle. If not you will have to park a some distance from the volcano and...More
The fascinating Mud Volcanoes are located in Piparo. I visited these volcanoes a few years aback and as I recall my experience it was wonderful. The drive was also long but it was worth it because I had never seen a mud volcano before. There...More
This is a site to behold.
An active volcano (mud), but quite some distance from port of spain.
It took me 1.5 hours from port of spain with a guide.
The mud is said to have healing properties - I am surprised that it is...More
The volcano is a nice site to visit........you can even see the volcano bubbling a little.....it is an active volcano too......you can actually feel the heat if you stand close to it....the locals can tell you their experience when it erupted so many years ago....you...More
My review comes not from a visit but from the experience of living through the amazingingly terrifying yet magnificent act of nature. This is the village where I grew up and which I had to leave in the aftermath of the eruption. I was awakened...More
As a long time resident of this tiny hamlet in Trinidad, I was amazed to find all the references to my small village all over the internet. It is a small town with simple people living a simple almost archaic existence. There is nothing to...More