Starting at an altitude of 2000 feet in a rainforest on the North Coast of Trinidad, Hopeland is blessed with an abundance of rainfall due to orographic precipitation. Warm, moist air blowing off of the Caribbean Sea continually bathes our mountain side in clouds and mist. Even in the driest of years, Hopeland enjoys an abundance of fresh, clean water bubbling down the mountain side springs.
As you head down to the lower reaches of the estate, waterfalls and pools greet you against rocky cliff faces and the emerald green canopy of the rain forest. There are a number of hiking trails that lead you down through old forgotten Cocoa fields and estates that once produced Breadfruit, Bananas, Mangoes and Tanka Beans on a grand scale.When at last you reach the depths of your hike to the lip of the Caribbean Sea, you are standing on Saut D'eau Beach, a white pebble beach that was once home to a trading depot, long before the time of cars or planes. The most protected beach on the North Coast of Trinidad, it was used as a hub for all of the estates that were once serviced only by boats along the coastline. Here also, the fresh water of the estate comes crashing out of the forest into the sea in a stunning waterfall.
Among these amazing geographical features we are developing a housing estate that aims to bring a quiet peace to its inhabitants. This is a place where you can find both privacy and community. This is the rainforest; where people, plants and animals co-exist naturally for the benefit of all.