Rio Seco Waterfall

  • Address: Sangre Grande, Trinidad and Tobago
  • Tags: Waterfall, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest

If you are in Sangre Grande and you haven’t visited Rio Seco Waterfall, your trip is incomplete. This stunning waterfall is located on the northeastern coast and its pristine water falling against the backdrop of lush greenery makes it picture perfect. If you are looking for an outing where you can refresh your mind with the help of scenic natural beauty, this is an ideal place. The peaceful ambiance and the calm surrounding of this place is something that enchants every mind for a lifetime. Rio Seco means a dry river in Spanish, while on the other hand, this river never dries up.

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  • 95% of people who visit Sangre Grande include Rio Seco Waterfall in their plan

  • 40.91% of people start their Rio Seco Waterfall visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Rio Seco Waterfall

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rio Seco Waterfall

People normally club together Cumaca Cave and Nariva Swamp while planning their visit to Rio Seco Waterfall.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Rio Seco Waterfall Reviews & Ratings

  • The second most beautiful waterfall in Trinidad and Tobago, the first being Paria Waterfall. It was a fairly easy hike with just one uphill and one downhill to get to the fall. Usually takes around 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on the pace at which you hike. The waterfall has a deep basin so life jackets are definitely recommended for inexperienced swimmers.

  • It's a trail for everyone, you just have to pay attention to the tree roots because you can trip on them. The waterfall is short but the pool is beautiful and the water is clean. The pool is very deep so non swimmers should wear a life jacket or stay on the outskirts. Please please look after the children, it is very dangerous if they don't know how to swim.

  • Rio Seco waterfall is within the Salybia area and is one of the more beautiful waterfall in Trinidad with a large pool to have a swim. From the parking area the walk to the waterfall takes about 30-40 minutes. The trail is through a nice forested area with nice trees and greenery. The water is cold but refreshing and a nice place to enjoy nature at it's best.

  • A great hike for persons of all fitness levels! Just be careful when it rains, the trail becomes super muddy.

  • What a wonderful experience! You start off through the lush forest and make your way through the trail (sometimes hilly) and after about 45 mins at a moderate pace, you are rewarded with crisp, clean air, and one of the best natural waterfalls Trinidad has to offer. Beautiful falls and cool, refreshing water awaits. The pool is quite deep so make sure you are a good swimmer. You can even climb the falls and jump off into the deeper end of the pool if you are feeling brave. A true treasure!

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