Details of Paria Bay & Waterfall (Hike Both Ways)

Rating of this hike is (5) Moderately Challenging

Trek through natural forest, swim in beaches along the way, stand on a rock uniquely shaped like a turtle, called “Turtle Rock” and enjoy jaw-dropping views of the Caribbean Sea and rugged natural coastlines. Depending on the time of the year, turtles may even be seen  swimming here. This is just a taste of  what's in store on this three (3) hour trek from  Spring Bridge in Blanchisseuse to Paria Bay.


The hike to Paria Bay is on a trail, which is a perfect combination of uphill, flat and downhill walking throughout. On arriving at Paria Bay, a majestic natural rock known as “Cathedral Rock” or “Paria Arch” is fittingly positioned to welcome or greet hikers at the beach's entrance. Walk along beach to another entrance that leads to the celebrated “Paria Falls”. Swim or just view this mesmerizing waterfall.

Return to the beach, and head to nearby secluded “Murphy’s Bay”.  Depending on the time of year, which is usually between April - October, swimming is really splendid here.

Now trekkers, what is required here is that your fitness level must be good, primarily for the return hike which many times can prove the difference between hiking to the beach earlier on.

Duration & Cost

10 Hours (Hike & return)

Duration to Paria Bay : 3 hours

Duration return: 3.5 hours


Duration to Paria Waterfalls from the Bay (one way) : 25 minutes

Duration to Blanchisseuse from Paria Bay (boat): 20 minutes


  • HIKE FEE (Both Ways)


TTD $200. per person ( 5 persons minimum)

Payment is to be made at any branch of Republic Bank, Account # 320466690701 in the name of "Nature Trekking in T&T". Once payment is made and a receipt is given, kindly Whats app to 868-740-2860 or email to for confirmation thank you. Do remember, who pays first will get the preferential treatment.


Car transportation can be provided. Call for details.


Wear long/short trousers.

Wear long/short sleeve tops. No sleeveless tops.

Wear hiking shoes/trainers/sandals with good grips under the soles. No slippers on this trek please.

Use a Backpack thereby keeping both hands totally free.

Bring along mosquito repellent.

Bring a change of clothing which will be left in the vehicles.