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Asa Wright Nature Centre

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“guided walk”(15 reviews)
“bird watching”(21 reviews)
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This small resort, buried among mountains deep in the Trinidad rain forest, is famous for its amazing diversity in animal and plant species.
Blanchisseuse Rd | Arima, Trinidad
+1 868-667-4655
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Excellent. World class, For a nongovernmental organization with limited funding I truly appreciate their effort.

Thank _rheeralal
Reviewed 1 week ago

Asa Wright will assist you better understand nature and appreciate how valuable nature is to mankind.

Thank E8108EJpaul
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great location for humming birds, we took a drive from maraval all the way to asa wright via the maracas road, although a rough, long drive it was great. the guides were once again great and we enjoyed some local food after the drive. definitely...More

Thank Evelyn M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It never gets old - sitting on the balcony and hearing the distinct buzz of hummingbirds zooming by to get to the feeders. The forest is an arms length away and often you can spot a brown furry capybara scuttling by. The rooms are clean...More

Thank Christenthia L
Reviewed 9 July 2018

This was a few years ago. the natural beauty and content of the surroundings was awesome. We enjoyed the most delectable meals over a weekend period while the tours were quite interesting as we gathered expertly narrated info from the guide.

Thank allan b
Reviewed 26 June 2018

Anyone who visited Trinidad and Tobago is aware that it is a Beautiful Twin Island Paradise. The Asa Wright Nature Centre can only be described as a Paradise within a Paradise. The lush flora and fauna welcomes you with open arms as they provide housing...More

1  Thank Angenet V
Reviewed 25 June 2018

Magical and fun. This is a top notch place to bird, explore and stay. SAFE and easy to enjoy. I stayed a week at Asa Wright and had a blast. Lots of great birds and critters to see. The guides are knowledgeable and kind. If...More

Thank Chris R
Reviewed 12 June 2018

What an awesome gem at the end of this long and windy road. Breath taking views of the rain forest. Friendly welcoming staff. The walk was very interesting and the guide very informative. We ate lunch on the porch but they do serve a buffet...More

Thank Inge K
Reviewed 1 June 2018

Great spot for birders or just nature lovers. Rooms are basic, but comfortable. Food was served buffet style to accommodate differing schedules, but was uniformly goo. Made-to-order omelettes for breakfast were a big hit. Lots of naturalists available to answer questions on the verandah, and...More

Thank Pat M
Reviewed 24 May 2018

The location of Asa Wright is in an elevated position, so cooler than at sea level which was refreshing for us. We spent 3 nights in this idyllic resort in the middle of the rainforest and wished we could have stayed longer. We had an...More

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12 December 2017|
Response from trishbernzy |
it's not strenuous - a gentle incline to walk down then back up less than a kilometer. trails are wide and clear. lots of beautiful flowers and birds along the way.