Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Barbados Shore Excursion: Barbados in a Day Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This tour was absolutely amazing and truly all of Barbados in a day! From Harrison's majestic and breathtaking caves to being two steps away from monkeys to peacocks following you to swimming with 200 pound turtles, we absolutely loved this excursion! Glory Tours was prompt in meeting us right outside the cruise port and Sarah was available by phone the entire day. Our tour guide Calvin was extremely knowledgeable of the island and timely in taking us to each destination. We even had time to relax on the beach!
We had a wonderful time. We did everything that was promised. Little bit of confusion about who we were. Next time just ask for the paperwork. Thank you Jamal. You did a great job.
The tour was fantastic and great value for money. We did a fair bit of research and this tour looked to be the best and also proved to be the best. Tour guide was really great and he went out of his way to look after us. Would definitely recommend them to others. Ian+Kerry
I just wanted you to know how much we enjoyed our ½ day trip on Barbados on March 16. My wife and I had a nice tour of Harrison’s Cave, wildlife reserve and snorkeling with the turtles and fish. Quammie was a knowledgeable and friendly tour operator. We hope to come back again, and will recommend him and your tour company to friends and family.
Mark and Arlene Callahan
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
A well organized tour and lots of fun. Would highly recommend this tour.
The highlight of this tour was the green monkeys. You get to see them and feed them in their natural environment. The day tour is a great way to get to see a lot of what Barbados has to offer.
This was a great tour. We were picked up outside the cruise terminal and taken first to Harrison Caves. Here, we boarded a tram for a guided tour through the caves. Then, it was onto a few scenic stops before lunch at a local restaurant. From here, we went to the Nature Reserve and saw the most amazing monkeys, tortoises, deer, snakes, iguanas and more. Our last stop was for a snorkel excursion to swim with turtles and then over a ship wreck. Definitely the best way to see what Barbados has to offer when you are limited on time!
Great excursion! Our guide had a great personality and made sure we enjoyed our day. The selection of things we did was wonderful. Highlite was feeding the monkeys and swimming with the turtles. All ages enjoyed the activities.
the tour guide was knowledgeable, amusing and and held my interest. too many beaches viewed from above and to little time on the one beach we stopped at.
Make sure you find out where to meet your tour if you are booking through Viator and what the name of the provider is. We had already left the U.S. before the information was sent to us and I was not able to access it - no internet access on the cruise - even though it was advertised.
The tour guide was confused as to what we were supposed to see on the tour. It eventually worked out alright and we had a very enjoyable time and tour. Regardless of the confusion I would still recommend the tour.
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Jam packed day that has you rushing from one spot to another. We had an "unplanned" stop at a pottery factory, supposedly because of the time of the cave tour. But it felt extremely planned out as someone was waiting to give us a tour.
The low point of the day was definitely the cave. If there was a way to skip it I would have been thrilled. Seen far better caves in the past. Something to be survived, not enjoyed in my opinion.
The monkey preserve was fantastic. We stopped just outside and had a chance to actually feed them. They are incredibly gentle and will happily sit there and pick through the seed in your hand to find the choicest bits. I could have stayed all day.
Snorkeling was an experience. We stopped twice. I am experienced and had no issues. However, the current was so strong that roughly 3/4 of the people on the boat had to be rescued. The difference in my opinion was not only experience but also the fact that I had my own fins, which the boat did not provide. Makes a huge difference when dealing with currents. Life vests were flying off the boat, people were being pulled back in. I have never seen anything like it. To make it more difficult, locals trying to convince you to go for a jet ski ride were zipping through the snorkeling area. I was nearly hit in the head. No help with the rescue, just asking you to ditch the boat and go with them instead.
Sea turtles were at the second, much calmer spot. They were great. Used to being fed by people so they are fearless. Will swim straight at you.