Speleologists and visitors alike dub Harrison’s Cave one of the ‘seven wonders of Barbados’. Known for its stunning array of stalactites and stalagmites, the cave is a mysteriously lit wonderland of subterranean tunnels, streams, waterfalls and emerald-green pools.
Trams take you down into the cave to explore the cavern’s pools and waterfalls, with geological insights provided along the way as part of the tour.
Bring a hat to catch the overhead drips and wear comfortable shoes so you can take a walk around the cave and its pools.
Great tour... guide was informative and funny
Had a wonderful trip from start to finish. This is the second time that we booked through Viator and have not been disappointed.
Great tour. Highly recommend.
Harrison’s Cave is in the center of the island of Barbados at Welchman Hall, a 30-minute drive from Bridgetown.