Of course! by MissParker
Annual Borough festival (like a second carnival) is in August. There are carnival parades that pass through the streets of Arima during Carnival Sunday, Monday and Tuesday so if you want a taste of what the capital city has without getting lost, (you can’t get lost in a small town like Arima) then Arima is the place to be!
During Advent/Christmas there are parang performances you can attend and in the pre-Carnival and Carnival season, there are always performances at the Arima Velodrome aka Arima Municipal Stadium. Arima even has a few nightclubs for those who love the nightlife.
For a true tropical experience, try a riverbath! There are several river access points fairly close to the town. For bird and nature lovers, the Asa Wright Nature Centre is a nature resort located in the Arima Valley of the Northern Range, just 10 miles from Arima.
Bear in mind, I don’t know all there is to know about my town…I readily and shamefully admit it…but I would be happy to find out more for anyone seeking information. Thanks for reading!over 7 years ago