Go deep into Harrison’s Cave on a half-day tour to Barbados’ most iconic feature, then visit the fishing village of Bathsheba. Board an electric tram at the mouth of the cave and discover an underground maze of glimmering limestone that winds 1.5 miles (2.3 kilometers) into the island’s interior. Travel past soaring caverns and dark waterfalls, explore a forest of stalactites and stalagmites and learn how expeditions first entered and mapped the cave. Return to the surface for a cool drink in Bathsheba, then finish the tour at your hotel.
Morning tour to Harrison’s Cave
Discover Barbados’ most popular attraction, located in the beautiful central uplands
Travel through the underground cave on an electric tram with a knowledgeable guide
See waterfalls, glassy pools, stalagmites and stalactites
Visit the Atlantic coast village of Bathsheba
Sip a glass of rum punch or fruit punch while relaxing on the beach
Hotel pickup and drop-off included from most Barbados hotels
Arrived Bridgetown. Port was full of activity. All the tour guides were present and waiting with signs with one exception, ours. We had to call ( international rates ) for pickup. 30 minutes later and a full hour and half after the tour was scheduled to start the driver arrived. I'd tell you his name, but he never introduced himself. Harrison's Cave is a must see if you haven't been there. The driver stopped several times to talk on his cell phone. He also stopped to get himself something to drink. I mention this because our tour was supposed to include Rum Punch, drinks etc etc.
I hope from this short write up you understand that Barbados is a beautiful Island and worth visiting. I can not, however, recommend this tour company. This was our second visit to the island and we were dismayed.
This was a delightful experience that demonstrates how nature formed the island of Barbados and an intricately beautiful cave system. The information provided by the knowledgeable guide was not only educational and I would recommend this tour to visitors and locals alike entertaining but very informative as well. The Harrison Cave tour was truly an amazing experience,
Harrison's cave was a VERY interesting site and tour. The guide was very nice, professional and informed about the history of the cave. I would take this tour again and since i will be in Barbados for three months, most likely I will. Enjoy! You won't be disappointed.
Great experience with this tour. It was in the off-season so me and my wife were the only two on the mini-bus. Tour guide was friendly and seemed to know everyone on the island! Harrison's cave is a must see and this is the perfect tour if you are looking for a bit more than just one stop while not taking up the whole day. The beach on the other side of the island was very beautiful and we got some great pictures.
Poorly organized, no air-conditioning in very long car ride. No guide just a driver, didn't learn anything about barbadoes. Highly recommend the caves, worth seeing but you need more then an hour if you want to do some caves on your own. Use a different tour company then "scenic Barbados". Viator outsources its trips so they were trustworthy but just not organized and poorly run.