The Cultural Volcano Experience
The Forest of Palo Seco
Mud Volcano at Diggity
Mud Volcano of Palo Seco
Balka Devi Temple Site
From Diggity to Debe to Palo Seco be prepared to see parts of Trinidad that you never knew existed! First stop is the mother of all mud volcanoes at Diggity, the cone of which you can actually walk up and look inside! This will certainly make you work up an appetite and you will be in luck as no trip to the South is worth its salt unless you pass by the infamous Debe strip for some goodies. After refueling, you will be taken to Palo Seco where after a ten-minute walk into the forest you stumble onto not one but thirteen bubbling mud volcanoes! The volcanoes, of various sizes, are all in close proximity and are easily accessible making this tour perfect for all age groups.
Extended version: We can also take you to Cedros where the Balka Devi Temple is situated ON, yes, you read correctly, ON a mud volcano and culminate the entire tour experience with a sea bath!