Without a doubt the best way to experience Brasso Seco is to stay for at least one night.  You can choose to stay in a Host Home with a family where all meals are provided and lovely interactions happen as you share in their daily lives.  Guest Homes are also available which have all amenities for you to do your own cooking and have a more private feel.  In either case you will get to understand more about our country life and really soak in the peace and quiet of Brasso Seco.

Pacheco Host Home

Located in the middle of our quiet village, the Pacheco family loves hosting visitors.  The two sisters are teachers at the Brasso Seco RC Primary School and their mother has much knowledge of Brasso Seco’s history.

Rosa & Rupet’s Host Home

Located about ½ mile from the village up De Nobriega Trace, Rosa and Rupert Ford offer a special experience as they open their home to you.  In this bed-and- breakfast setting, you will sleep and eat in Mr. and Mrs.

Brasso Seco Mountain Estate

Located one mile from the village up Gomez Trace, this refurbished cocoa house sits at the base of El Cerro Del Aripo (Trinidad’s highest peak) and is surrounded by primary forest.  The house can sleep 10 comfortably with one room downstairs and a dormitory setting upstairs wit

Paria Falls Guest Homes

This family owns three homes in the community that they rent to visitors.  One is located in the village with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and a small Jacuzzi-pool which can be filled with river water.  The other two homes are located about ½ mile from the village up Gomez Trace