- Half-day tour of Harrison’s Cave in Barbados
- Explore the fascinating cave both on foot and by tram
- Admire an impressive array of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites
- Learn about the cave and its history from your expert local guide
- Watch a short, interesting film on how the magnificent cave was formed
- Complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off
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What You Can Expect
Upon arrival at the cave, make your way underground and board a tram for the first phase of your exploration. As you ride through the cave's subterranean network of tunnels and chambers, admire the crystallized limestone formations. Listen as your guide gives details about the cave and its hundreds of stalagmites and stalactites. Pass white flowstones and speolotherms, as well as streams, pools and waterfalls that move pristine water through this fantastic underground world. Disembark from the tram and walk alongside an impressive waterfall that splashes into a deep pool below.
Watch a short film about the formation of the cave, which was formed over thousands of years. Learn about how Harrison's Cave is considered an 'active' cave, since water is flowing through it and consistently renewing the limestone deposits.
After your half-day adventure underground, enjoy drop-off back at your hotel.
It was a very interesting place to visit, and they have it nicely arranged with the tram and all the nice lighting. Enjoyed it a lot!!
The tour was very well organized, and the staff whom accompanied us were charming and very knowledgable. Even taking us to extra little haunts on the island for excellent views. The trip was well worth it, and Harrisons Caves itself was very impressive. Would recommend this to any visitor to Barbados.
HARRISON'S CAVE BARBADOS WAS INTERESTING WE TRAVELED THROUGH THE CAVE ON A TRAIN AND WAS VERY SAFE. I MUST ADMIT JENOLAN CAVES NEW SOUTH WALES AUSTRALIA ARE THE MOST COLORFUL CAVES I HAVE EVER SEEN.
It's not something you see every day. It's well worth the trip.
Excellent tour, great people .
The tour itself was great. You must see this incredible cave when in Barbados. You might have to wait a bit for the tour to start. The local tour company is unorganized, doesn't respond to phone calls or emails when you need to know the pick up point. Easy pick up at port
Having been to caverns in the USA my boys (ages 16 and 18) and I did not find this nearly as impressive as led to believe. Natural, yes. Beauty, that's in the eye of the beholder. Wonder, well we were all left wondering "how much longer?"