Welcome To Argyle waterfall

The stuff that dreams are made of.

Reputed to be one of the most pristine and beautiful waterfalls in this corner of the universe, these falls flow with a serene power – a power that soothes the world-weary spirit and caresses the body with the hands of a gentle masseuse.Argyle Waterfall is a scenic 25 kilometre drive from Scarborough, the capital of Tobago. The falls are on the Argyle River, just west of Roxborough Village. The trail begins 300 metres from the Windward Main Road, a short one minute drive or six minute walk. The river and falls are a part of the Main Ridge reserve, the oldest protected rainforest reserve in teh western hemisphere.

The trail abounds with a breathtaking variety of butterflies, spiders, lizards and snakes. The sound of exotic birds such as cocricos and parrots create a cacophonic orchestra of chirps as if to serenade the unspoilt beauty of this eden. In a small marsh, miniature caimans play hide and seek between the floating water lilies. The vegetation reflects an incredible diversity and the land is a loosely knit tapestry of trees including the poui, mango, cocoa, wild pines, bois cano, silk cotton, cedar and pawpaw among others. Adding to the richness and colour are bursts of wild blossoms such as orchids, mimosa and heliconia.


The lowest fall