On any given Sunday, a Maracas Beach Trip is never empty. Its beauty – off white sand, palm trees and blue-green waters – attracts beach lovers to this crescent coast line which stretches for 2 km (1. 25 miles). Call it a pilgrimage if you will. Making Port of Spain the departure point from the west side, the drive is about 16 km (10 miles) from the capital. From the east traveling through San Juan and via Santa Cruz, the trip may take just under an hour. From either direction stone pillars are the landmarks that welcome you to the North Coast Road. The tumbling waves, with an average height of 1 meter (3 feet), make it an ideal place for body or board surfing. 

This popular spot is the ideal Caribbean beach, but is just as famous for the scenic drive through the Rainforest it takes to reach it, but not without a proper introduction to our City of Port of Spain for those who wish to see it… Unlike many of the northern beaches of Trinidad, Maracas Bay is protected by a deep bay. It is one of the most well known beaches in the island of Trinidad as it is considered by some to be the most beautiful beach of its size located relatively close to the capital city.




Enjoy the Trinidadian Beach way of life..from sunbathing, dancing to sweet soca music or just enjoying a Bake n Shark Sandwich is worth the adventurous drive through the Rainforest. A must try this Bake n Shark Sandwich..never eaten Shark meat before don’t worry it’s not a killer Shark but rather the imported sharks off the Taiwan coast, their white tasty meat makes it a worldwide delicacy anywhere it is served or sign up for the Maracas Beach Trip Tour Option and grab a Bake and Shark complimentary at the Bay.

Requirements: Casual wear plus swim wear & Sunscreen.