Cuando su crucero atraque en el puerto de Bridgetown, pase algún tiempo en una de las playas más espectaculares de Barbados durante esta flexible excursión costera. Las horas de salida de la playa de Pirate's Cove son las 8.30 h o a las 11.30 h; los horarios de regreso a las 12.30 h, 13.30 h, 14.30 h y 15.30 h, significa que usted puede elegir cuánto tiempo desea quedarse. Se incluye bebida de bienvenida, una tumbona de playa y una sombrilla compartido.
Esté preparado con todo el equipo de playa para la recogida en el puerto de cruceros de Bridgetown a su hora de salida elegida, a las 8.30 h o 11.30 h. Viaje al extremo norte de Carlisle Bay, hogar de la arena blanca y aguas turquesas de la playa Pirate's Cove.
Una vez que llegue, acepte una bebida de bienvenida y prepárese con su tumbona de playa y sombrilla (compartida). El resto del día depende de usted; hay una zona para niños, un bar en la playa y un mercado de artesanías y recuerdos.
Regrese al puerto de cruceros para el traslado de vuelta cuando haya disfrutado de la diversión en la playa.
Opiniones del viajero en Viator
, oct 2018
Okay, guys and gals, I recommend this tour. The tour company was very good. Our driver was named Dwayne. He gave us a verbal tour on the way to the beach. He was very friendly, got us checked in, and was on time to pick us up for the return to the ship. The price was very reasonable. On the paperwork the price included two chairs, an umbrella, and a welcome drink of beer, soda, or rum punch for each my wife and I. I did have to argue with the beach staff (Copacabana) to get the chairs and umbrella. But they conceded (not happily). The bar staff gave me one beer on the sly saying they usually only give you one rum punch or soda. My wife did not get her soda. This is an issue the tour company does need to work out. If they want to keep customers. The main reason I recommend it is the price (half of what the ship charges) and the length of time you get to spend on the beach (6 hours, not the 3 the ship gives you). Bring cash for food and drinks. You pay when you enter the beach. The staff use a wrist band system.
This tour was amazing. Book a beach stop at Pirates Cove Beach we were offer option of water or rum punch.
The beach was beautiful this include our chair and umbrella for only $19 more than value for money. A nice bar and seating area to listen to music and a buffet section for food including local
A friendly, knowledgeable guide delivered us to the sugar-sand beach with onsite water sports, restaurant, gift shops, and beach bar.
A relaxing day spent in the shade of a palm frond umbrella, sipping an umbrella drink and dipping in the crystal clear waters of Barbados.
We had a very nice beach day at Pirates Cove. The loungers with palapas were very comfortable and the views from them were gorgeous. The sand was soft and the water was so beautiful. It wasn't too crowded, so we had a relaxing day. Vendors did come by to offer snorkeling with turtles. If you do this, go early. There are less and less turtles as the day passes. The main reason I did not give it 5 stars was food/drink. There was only a buffet available and we had to go to the bar to get our drinks.
We were not offered multiple pickup and drop-off times. Our Glory Tours driver, Sunshine, was 20 minutes late both directions. My two teen girls were harassed by locals waiting at Pirate's Cove the entire time. Cat calls and their repeated attempts to strike up a conversation with my girls, making inappropriate remarks about their swimsuits and their bodies made me ask them to please leave us alone. One man got very angry and starting shouting that we should get out of his country. I didn't feel safe and I surely didn't feel like I wanted to feel on vacation. It was a bad experience in one of the prettiest islands. Not acceptable.
Inexpensive and near the docks. The problems begin with the transportation. They use these vans that seat about 15 and they cram 15 people into them or 18 or whatever the amount. There is no space and you'll cozy up to whomever your seated next to like it or not. Yuck. The seating and umbrellas were ok.
Then come the folks trying to sell you things. They weren't as bad as the people on other islands but that's not saying much. We'll not return to any of them. Antigua, St.Lucia, Barbados
Then comes lunch. I heard that there were ribs. None in sight nor salad dressing for my salad by the time I was fed and there were about 40-50 people behind me.
Then comes the cocktails. Don't even look at the menu. Pop, water, or a fruity rum drink.
Then I bought 2 personal sized bags of chips. The man charged me 8 dollars US. When I squaked he knocked it down to 4 dollars. The bags are fifty cents each at my CVS.
Average beach bathrooms and changing rooms.
Wasn't sad to leave.