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Royal Botanic Gardens, Trinidad


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  • The Gardens are comprised of twenty-five (25) hectares of beautifully landscaped grounds located north of the capital city of Port of Spain. Trinidad and Tobago are the southern-most islands of the Caribbean and enjoy a tropical climate with a distinct dry season (from January to May) and a wet season (from June to December). It has a mean annual temperature of 28 degrees Celsius and an average rainfall of 1526 mm per year. The Royal Botanic Gardens, established in 1818, is one of the oldest gardens in the West Indies which has had a continuous existence. Today, the gardens consist of approximately seven hundred (700) trees of which thirteen percent (13%) are indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago. Trees in our gardens represent every continent of the world. (Source: BGCI Website)