It is a bit expensive because they require you to go with a guide, but it is really a visit to these waterfalls in any case. They are located in old cocoa plantations, and you can still see many fruit plants, and your guide teaches you how to prepare the cocoa. The road to the waterfall, if it has rained, becomes a quagmire, so good boots are recommended, especially if you plan to climb the waterfall. I really recommend a visit.
The National Library Trinida and Tobago is an oasis in many ways. It is quiet and with Air conditioner, to escape the chaos and heat of the streets of the Port of Spain, and has a 1st class library with tons of books of all kinds and lots of information about the Caribbean and elsewhere. It also has unlimited internet access with wi-fi.
Parlatuvier Bay is perfect, semicircular, with a small dock in the center. The turquoise water of the Caribbean caressing its beach. It's a hangout for quality tourism and is very close to Gloucester. Many Europeans have bought a house here.
The TT Spirit is a high-speed catamaran connecting Trinidad to Tobago. It's a highly recommended trip that lasts about three hours. For the first two hours, it travels along the coast of Trinidad toward the north of the island, around rugged and high cliffs, and through narrow inter-island channels. It finally crosses the strait between the two islands and docks in Scarborough, Tobago.