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Life Guard Services


Trinidad and Tobago is known for its beautiful beaches.  The Trinidad and Tobago Lifeguard Service patrols some of the country's most popular beaches to ensure the safety of swimmers.  Please note that hazards do exist at all beaches and swimmers must be cautious, even when at a lifeguard-patrolled beach.  Not all beaches are patrolled and lifeguards only patrol at certain times of the day.




Which beaches are patrolled by lifeguards?

While every effort is made to ensure the safety of beachgoers, lifeguards only patrol the following beaches:

  • Mayaro Beach (including Indian Bay, Radix Beach, Church Road Beach, St. Anns Beach, Plaisance Beach, Derose Beach, Rabita Beach and Bourmount Beach).
  • Manzanilla Beach.
  • Maracas Bay.
  • Tyrico Bay.
  • Las Cuevas Bay.
  • Quinam Bay.
  • Los Iros Bay.
  • Vessigny Beach.
  • Salybia.

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Where can I find more information?

For further information on the frequency and times of lifeguard patrols and the hazards that exist at the beaches listed above, please follow the link below or contact the Ministry of Tourism.


The Ministry of Tourism

Levels 8&9

International Waterfront Centre

#1 Wrightson Road

Port of Spain

Trinidad, West Indies

Tel. (868) 625-0963. 623-9604
Fax. (868) 625-3894. 625-1825

Email: mintourism@tourism.gov.tt

Opening hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday, except public holidays.


Lifeguard Patrolled Beaches

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