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Posted by CDS Real Estate on September 13, 2017
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Argyles Waterfalls – Experience Tobago

Argyles Waterfalls – A must see and experience while visiting Tobago. Because this island has more to offer than just gorgeous beaches or endless sunsets. Ever want to explore rain forest (minus all the creepy slash venomous creatures…) this is the place to be! Nicely tucked in the rain forest in the countryside of the island, Argyles Waterfalls is a highlight for everyone who loves to relax. But it offers certainly the right amount of excitement for persons who would love to have some adventure.


NB: In and around Argyles Waterfalls

Please keep our place clean! Garbage bins are strategically placed all over the route to base camp. Bring back your waste and deposit it either in the bin or bring it back with you to your car.

Argyles Waterfalls is a public place: therefore, no loud music is allowed and no nudity.

Thank you.

Tip: Rent a car or hire a tour guide.

Items to Bring:

  • (WATERPROOF) Camera, Hiking/walking Shoes, Swimming Gear, Bath Towel and Sunscreen
  • Water and or light snacks
  • if you have: (water) shoes, some places can be a bit rocky
  • Duration: 1,5 hours to 2 hours
  • Admonition fee: $ 60 TT OR $ 10 USD – Excluding transportation and or guide
  • Toilet and changing rooms available at the entrance
  • Free parking for waterfall visitors

The Base Camp

The waterfalls are divided into 3 main sections. The stage is quite easy to access. A gentle sloping hike of 15 to 20  minutes will bring you to the ‘base camp‘. Here you can enjoy the largest waterfall. Take a nice swim in the fresh and COOL water!

To gain access to the waterfall a hike of light intensity is required. The waterfall is not accessible for wheelchairs though.

Stage 2: Adventurous? Climb with us!

Note: This is a physical intense hike uphill.

From ‘base camp’ there will be an uphill hike of 10 to 15 minutes. Ropes are set in place to guide you and ‘steps’ are curved out to direct you all the way. Some choose to go barefoot but others prefer some protection from stone and other natural debris. Here we reach to top the large waterfall. Wave at the base campers and take here your marvelous pictures! This is the second basin and here you can take a little rest. After your rest, we are going up!

Stage 3: More Hiking, More Experiences You Take Home!

Note: This is a physical intense hike uphill.

Some choose to wait and relax here till the group descends to the base camp. Others who are able to make a second climb are ready to go. If you want, you could go as far to find the river.