Underground exploration of 1.5-mile (2.3 km) Harrison's Cave
Stalactites, stalagmites & unique rock & mineral formations
Tram ride through cavernous halls & by subterranean streams
Informative video describing the cave's formation & geology
A walk along the surrounding tropical gully's outdoor trails
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Harrison's Cave
Roundtrip transportation to and from your Barbados hotel or cruise ship port
What you can expect
Delve into the mystical caverns of Harrison’s Cave, learning about the formation of this fascinating grotto, riding a tram through its subterranean galleries, and marveling at its luminous underground waterfall.
After being picked up from your hotel, make your way up the lush island hillside to Harrison’s Cave—opened to visitors in 1981, this incredible, 1.5-mile (2.3-km) long hollow sat forgotten for nearly 200 years before being rediscovered in 1976.
Watch a short film on the natural history and geology of Barbados that shows you just how the cave was formed, and then board a tram for a fascinating tour through its cool, echoing halls. Check out the impressive stalactites and stalagmites formed by centuries of dripping, calcium-rich water, and gaze up over 50 feet (15 m) to the soaring ceiling of the Great Hall. Hop off the tram to admire The Village, where a group of formations have fused into a crowd of columns standing guard over an emerald pool.