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See the natural wonders and cultural landmarks of Barbados on this full-day tour of the island. Visit artisan pottery shops, botanical gardens, rocky beaches, historic plantation buildings, and massive, luminous Harrison's Cave.

The first stop of your tour is at Harrison’s Cave, a mystical, underground cavern that was forgotten for nearly 200 years before being rediscovered and opened to the public in the 1980s. Ride a tram through its eerie, echoing galleries, marvel at its bizarre mineral formations, and admire its subterranean waterfall.

Next stop is your choice between Hunte's Gardens or Flower Forest. Their close proximity to each other allow for you to choose to have a lusher tropical forest experience or a spectacular well-loved garden rich in color and tropical blooms.

Then, head along the rugged east coast to Bathsheba. Named for the well-groomed wife of King David, Bathsheba’s rocky pools and mineral-rich waters supposedly have beautifying and therapeutic effects. After a stop for lunch, wind through the sugar cane fields and mahogany trees of Cherry Tree Hill to St. Nicholas Abbey. This stunningly landscaped, 17th-century plantation home was built in the Jacobean style just 30 years after the British settled on Barbados.

See the natural wonders and cultural landmarks of Barbados on this full-day tour of the island. Visit artisan pottery shops, botanical gardens, rocky beaches, historic plantation buildings, and massive, luminous Harrison's Cave.

The first stop of your tour is at Harrison’s Cave, a mystical, underground cavern that was forgotten for nearly 200 years before being rediscovered and opened to the public in the 1980s. Ride a tram through its eerie, echoing galleries, marvel at its bizarre mineral formations, and admire its subterranean waterfall.

Next stop is your choice between Hunte's Gardens or Flower Forest. Their close proximity to each other allow for you to choose to have a lusher tropical forest experience or a spectacular well-loved garden rich in color and tropical blooms.

Then, head along the rugged east coast to Bathsheba. Named for the well-groomed wife of King David, Bathsheba’s rocky pools and mineral-rich waters supposedly have beautifying and therapeutic effects. After a stop for lunch, wind through the sugar cane fields and mahogany trees of Cherry Tree Hill to St. Nicholas Abbey. This stunningly landscaped, 17th-century plantation home was built in the Jacobean style just 30 years after the British settled on Barbados.

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8:45 AM Land Tour

Duration 7h Free cancellation No booking or credit card fees
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per adult
$137

Total price is $137, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Caves, Coast & Culture of Barbados Tour

Activity/Location

Bridgetown

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup

    Bridgetown


Highlights

  • Chance to see the plantation house of St. Nicholas Abbey

  • A stroll amid the lush flora & gardens of the Flower Forest or Hunte's Garden

  • Visit to a 17th-century Jacobean sugar cane rum distillery

  • Underground tram ride by rock formations in Harrison's Cave

  • Group size limited to 12 for a more intimate experience


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Barbados

  • Admission fees

  • Lunch

  • 2 non-alcoholic drinks

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your Barbados hotel


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 72 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Bridgetown