Experience the Island's natural wonders and visit the popular Harrison's Cave. At Harrison's Cave board electric trams and travel through the winding tunnels then choose between between a visit to Hunte's Gardens or the Flower Forest. Next make a stop in Bathsheba, famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf then enjoy a lunch stop with local cuisine at a seaside restaurant. The final stop for the day will be the Barbados Wildlife Reserve where you can catch the Green Monkeys at play along with a wide variety of other animals.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Harrison's Cave, Saint Thomas Parish, BarbadosThe spectacular HARRISON'S CAVE in Barbados is geographically located in the centre of the island, a natural phenomenon unique to the tropical world. Specially designed transport takes you down through the underground tunnels to a sight so beautiful, that few can compare. In the specially lighted caverns at Harrison's Cave, view the majestic stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries. Cascading through the caves, the crystal blue waters form magnificent pools and waterfalls, filling the senses with sights and sounds of such pure wonder.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Hunte's Gardens, Saint Joseph Parish, BarbadosHunte's Garden is a picturesque and path offers many surprises, thanks to the superbly created series of mini-gardens embedded within the main large unit, combining vibrant colours and textures of rare exotic plants to offer the visitor a most uplifting and fulfilling experience. The owner and creator of this beauty, Anthony Hunte, is the heart and soul of this place. You may meet him in the garden or around his extraordinary house and you can be sure to be welcomed with fascinating & colorful stories.Be sure to have your camera ready, as birds and animals love to visit this garden too!Your exquisite experience is gloriously heightened by classical music subtly wafting in the air, adding an extra layer of delight to an amazing ambiance.This magical garden has been featured in many Gardening publications and TV series.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Bathsheba Beach, Bathsheba, Saint Joseph Parish, BarbadosBathsheba is located on the Eastern coastline of Barbados. It is said that this area was named after the wife of King David whose name was “Bathsheba”. Legend has it that she bathed in milk to keep her skin beautiful and soft, and the rolling surf waters of Bathsheba’s “Soup Bowl” resembled Bathsheba’s bath. The area is popular with surfers. It is a popular area for locals and visitors alike and is dotted with several seaside cottages.Duration: 20 minutesStop At: Chill 'n BreezeEnjoy Lunch at the seaside at Chill’n Breeze located in Barclays ParkBarclays Park, a 50-acre park climbing up a hillside on the east coast of the island, was opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1966 - the year of Barbados' independence..Barclays Park overlooks the very scenic Cattlewash area, where the Atlantic waves pound the shores. It's a lovely spot to enjoy the spectacular views and refreshing island breezes. There are plenty of picnic benches, shaded by lovely Casuarina trees.Duration: 1 hourPass By: Glory Tours, Bridgetown, Saint Michael Parish, BarbadosThis is the tour operatorStop At: Barbados Wildlife Reserve, Saint Peter Parish, BarbadosThe Barbados Wildlife Reserve lies in an enclosed area under a canopy of mahogany trees with winding red brick pathways beneath. If you look closely at the bricks, you can still see the stamps of the manufacturing companies. The bricks were brought to Barbados by ships, which used them as ballast. During the 17th and 18th centuries, these red bricks were used to construct boiler furnaces in Barbados sugar factories. The large wheel in front of the snack bar was acquired from an old sugar factory and was once used to drive rollers for crushing the sugar cane. The most popular animal at the Reserve is The Barbados Green Monkey. The monkey has brown and grey thick fur that has yellow and olive green flecks in it as an adult. In some lights, the monkey can appear green. This is why they are called green monkeys. Barbados Green Monkeys generally live in groups of fifteen to twenty. Within a family group, males gain their dominance by their size, strength and their ability to fight. Females, however, get their rank by the size of their families. Most infants are born during April and May.Duration: 45 minutes