Maraval is one of the northern suburbs of Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain, a valley in northern Trinidad in Trinidad and Tobago. It is situated at the bottom of the hills of Paramin and located east of the Diego Martin valley to which it is connected directly by Morne Coco Road, and west of Santa Cruz valley, to which it is connected by Saddle Road. Maraval is considered one of the major high-income residential areas in the country in combination with the Westmoorings, Goodwood Park and Glencoe area, it is home of much of the island’s elite, including a number of diplomats. Maraval is sometimes referred to as “Diego Martin East”. It is home to Trinity College secondary school, St. Andrew’s Golf Course and Club in Moka, which is considered to be one of the finest golf courses in the Caribbean that was established in 1891 making it one of the oldest in the world. It arguably provides the best route of access from the capital to the North Coast. Along with Santa Cruz, Maraval is located close to the best beaches on the island, allowing its residents quick access to both leisure activities, as well as downtown business and entertainment. Maraval has branches of the major locally-operating banks, supermarkets, pharmacies, boutiuqes, clothing outlets, catholic schools, churches and parish groups.