- Barbados natural wonders and Harrison's Cave shore excursion
- See the natural splendor of this Caribbean island
- Visit Harrison's Cave and explore the underground streams and waterfalls
- Stop at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve and learn about its various inhabitants
- Port pickup and drop-off included
- Covered by Viator's worry-free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship
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What You Can Expect
After pickup at your cruise ship port, you’ll drive through the island’s lush green hills and visit magnificent Harrison's Cave, full of stalactites, stalagmites and underground streams and waterfalls.
Then, it's off to Barbados' very own world of orchids, rich in color and tropical blooms. You’ll also stop at the scenic east coast of the island, famous for its breathtaking beauty and sensational surf. You'll then have lunch, before making your way to the last stop of the day, the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, where you can catch a glimpse of green monkeys at play, as well as a wide variety of other animals.
- Stops on Tour:
- Harrison's Cave
- Bathsheba Community Center
- East Coast Cattlewash
- Barbados Wildlife Reserve
- You will also get a glimpse the Morgan Lewis windmill on this tour
We will ensure your timely return to Bridgetown for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. See our terms and conditions for full details.
Our guide was outstanding which helped to make a great excursion even better. We enjoyed all three major stops plus the wealth of information our guide provided along the way. We highly recommend this tour and were very glad we booked this multi stop excursion instead of the single stop cave tour offered on our cruise ship.
The tour was GREAT! Harrison's Cave and the Wildlife Reserve exceeded our expectations. We did not expect the animals roaming freely in the reserve. The guide was wonderful but overloaded. He was trying to satisfy 2 tour groups at the same time, which meant a lot of back and forth to see all sights.