Mayaro Bay

The largest bay on the Atlantic Ocean side of Trinidad, Mayaro Bay is a popular spot for locals to celebrate the Easter holiday. Tourists will enjoy sitting in the sands and starring out at the choppy waters, but should resist swimming alone -- Atlantic Ocean waters are known for being unpredictable.

Located along the southwest shore of Trinidad, the bay is lined with coconut palms and colorful holiday homes.


Situated on the eastern part of the island of Trinidad, 1.2 miles southeast of St. Margaret, Mayaro Bay always welcomes travelers who are rooming on this part of the island or nearby. Regardless of whether or not you are staying in the vicinity, you should feel free to stop by to enjoy a great time. It's southeast of Chaguanas.

Nearby Restaurants

There are enough restaurants in the region near this bay to keep most visitors satisfied. Ambrosia Restaurant & Lounge is an ideal restaurant to eat at before visiting this body of water, and will be of particular interest to visitors looking for a convenient meal. Deon's Fast Foods and The Neighbourhood Grill are some of the additional nearby lunch and dinner possibilities where travelers will have the chance to enjoy the local foods and culture of Trinidad and Tobago.

Nearby Attractions

If you are interested in visiting a second body of water, make the trip to Guayaguayare Bay, which is located 7.2 miles to the south of this bay. There are a couple other places of interest nearby, including Victoria Mayoro Forest Reserve, which is nine and a half miles away Trinidad. You might also think about visiting Trinity Hills Wildlife Sanctuary & Reserve, which is another attraction in the vicinity.

Location: Trinidad


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