The Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) is a leguminous tree in the family Fabaceae indigenous to tropical Africa. The tamarind tree produces edible, pod-like fruit which are used extensively in cuisines around the world. Because of the tamarind’s many uses, cultivation has spread around the world in tropical and subtropical zones.

The local tamarind is very sour but makes the tastiest drink!  The name of this fruit was chosen to represent our challenging hikes but have no fear – the view is worth the climb!

Trails in this category include:

Mount Obama
– Observe the orderly farming of the Antiguan Black Pineapple (our national fruit)
– Feel the burn as you trek upwards to our island’s highest peak
– Enjoy the 360 degree views of our island paradise

Signal Hill
– Journey to the center of our rainforest
– Take a swing at the picnic area located at the base of the trail
– Marvel at the 1,000,000 gallon man-made reservoir known as the Wallings Dam
– Pose for a picture between the humongous buttress roots
– Enjoy views of the Southern coast and neighbouring islands

Carpenter Rock
– Stand atop Fort Charlotte with the Pillars of Hercules below you
– Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the south coast along with neighbouring islands of Montserrat and Guadeloupe
– Feel the burn as to trek upwards to Shirley Heights