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A wonderful location especially for bird watchers, Very comfortable rooms and we were able to spend a lot of time just bird watching from our balcony. Regina is a charming host and an excellent cook and all our meals were delicious. There is a lovely...More
We stayed here as a part of a longer birding holiday in Trinidad and Tobago. We were very impressed with the lodge and all the rooms at the lodge, the bedrooms and the communal areas, as they were large and airy. There is wifi and...More
We arrived here from the noise of pre-carnival at Crown Point & enjoyed a blissfully quiet, relaxing 4 night stay. An added bonus was that we were the only guests! We were warmly greeted by Regina, who proves to be a friendly, courteous hostess throughout...More
I recently spent 10 days in Trinidad and Tobago on a private birding trip. The last four days were spent at the Cuffie River Natural Retreat and Eco-Lodge. Regina built the Eco-Lodge on property she inherited from her father. Her vision of a lodge build...More
This accommodation is perfect in every way! The gracious owner, Regina, has created a tropical retreat with gorgeous, welcoming, spotless rooms and a relaxing setting of bird feeders, comfortable common areas, delicious food, and even a swimming pool! Convenient highland access to wonderful birding! Highly...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.