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Welcome to our Mayaro Beach Houses.

Life's a beach.

Nestled along the southeastern coast of Trinidad, this picturesque town offers a serene and tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With its pristine beaches, lush greenery, and warm hospitality, Mayaro is a paradise waiting to be explored. As you stroll along the sandy shores, you’ll be captivated by the breathtaking views and gentle sea breeze that envelops you. The local cuisine is a delightful fusion of flavours, with fresh seafood being a highlight. From succulent grilled fish to mouthwatering crab dishes, every bite is a tantalising experience for your taste buds.


Mayaro Nature Park in Trinidad is worth visiting for its stunning natural beauty and diverse wildlife. The park offers a unique opportunity to explore pristine beaches, lush forests, and serene mangrove swamps all in one place. Additionally, visitors can engage in various outdoor activities such as hiking, birdwatching, and even camping, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.  


Not to be outdone is the Nariva Swamp, which is Trinidad and Tobago’s largest freshwater wetland. It is home to 45 species of mammals, 39 reptile species, 33 fish species, 204 bird species, 19 frog species, 213 insect species, and 15 species of mollusc. There are also 5 principal wetland vegetation types to be found here, including herbaceous swamp, palm swamp, swamp forest, terrestrial forest and mangrove, qualifying the area as a designated Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.

Nariva Swamp is located on Trinidad’s east coast, immediately inland from Manzanilla Bay through Biche, and it covers over 60 square kilometers (23 mi²).


Manzanilla Beach boasts golden sands that stretch as far as the eye can see, inviting visitors to indulge in long leisurely walks or simply relax under the warm Caribbean sun. The beach is home to an incredible diversity of marine life, making it a paradise for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts.

For nature lovers, Manzanilla Beach is also a breeding ground for endangered Leatherback turtles, providing a rare opportunity to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat from March to August nesting yearly. Along with its natural beauty, the beach offers a variety of recreational opportunities, like horseback riding along the beachfront, exploring the neighbouring Nariva Swamp, which is home to a variety of fauna and unique bird species, or learning about the history of the area by visiting the Manzanilla Church.