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So peaceful and amazing

Recently visited again. It is still a beautiful place. The grounds are well kept and the area clean... read more

Reviewed 11 December 2017
Nature at its finest

Great place to relax . There is a flowing river so you can swim or sit depending if its toe high or... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Chaguanas, Caroni, Trinidad and Tobago
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Reviewed 11 December 2017

Recently visited again. It is still a beautiful place. The grounds are well kept and the area clean and serene. The drive to get there can be a bit dangerous with the narrow roads. Be careful. The Forestry Division does a good job in maintaining...More

Thank Poisonarrowz
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Great place to relax . There is a flowing river so you can swim or sit depending if its toe high or waist high lol. The Great House is filled with historical artifacts . Clean public nathrooms . Having a camera is a must to...More

2  Thank Cargeo2013
Reviewed 15 September 2016

Trinidad, famous for its' "River Limes" has various locations throughout the island where one can go for a soothing cool swim and cook Al Fresco with family and friends. One memorable location on our recent visit was the Lopinot Complex. An area lush with vegetation...More

1  Thank williamwilkie
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Never knew this beautiful tranquil place was right here! It started off with a wonderful account of the history of Lopinot by Mr. Martin Gomes who also discovered the Lopinot cave in 1961! He covered everything including showing us the Jail House where slaves were...More

3  Thank 2013tps
Reviewed 14 April 2016

We were pleasantly surprised by this restored plantation house and buildings in tiny Lopinot village. We crossed the covered bridge to the grounds which were shaded by colossal samaan trees. The historic house is a tiny museum with memorabilia from the past including parang (folk...More

Thank NineofCups
Reviewed 9 August 2015 via mobile

what a perfect place to visit with family and friends an atmosphere full of beauty well take care of, clean surrounding and a perfect for an out activity.

1  Thank spoilchil
Reviewed 27 July 2015

After a drive up winding roads past Arouca (about 10 km of narrow hairpin turns) we had a lovely organic, cocoa infused meal at Café Mariposa in Lopinot Village. It is family owned and the chefs serenaded us with parang. We had arranged our meal...More

2  Thank lisafromflorida2014
Reviewed 3 July 2015

The Lopinot Complex is great for out door activities such as Cricket, Football, Picnic etc. Churches and groups that love nature can also camp and have cook-outs at Lopinot Complex. Further, families and friends can spend their entire day at Lopinot, do walk along with...More

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 14 April 2015 via mobile

Lopinot historical site is well maintained, clean and nice to visit. Picnic tables beneath trees and nice shrubs. Museum part was small but had a few interesting features like the snakes preserved in alcohol in bottles. Worth a visit.

1  Thank hickmagp
Reviewed 9 May 2014

Not only does Lopinot provide a look into life in Trinidad from many years ago, but also a great location for picnics or barbecues. Count Lopinot's house, which is the largest of the buildings, is in very good condition and contains many tools and utensils...More

4  Thank Paul R
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