Carapichaima, Central Trinidad

Carapichaima is a small town located in west-central Trinidad. The name Carapichaima came from the early Amerindian inhabitants and includes many small communities and villages which are occupied by a predominantly East Indian population. Some of the villages include Waterloo, Brickfield Village, Orange Field Village and Korea Village, just to name a few. One significant landmark in Carapichaima is the Waterloo temple in the sea which was built by Siewdass Sadhu in 1947.