Excursión turística a los tesoros de Barbados


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5 horas (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Viaja en un tranvía eléctrico pasando las formaciones de piedra caliza dentro de la cueva de Harrison durante esta excursión de medio día por Barbados con un guía. Explore tesoros naturales y culturales, con paradas en Bathsheba, Cherry Tree Hill y St. Nicholas Abbey. El transporte de ida y vuelta desde los hoteles de Barbados y el puerto de cruceros está incluido.
  • Explora los aspectos más destacados de Barbados sin perderte con un guía.
  • Pasea por la cueva de Harrison en un tranvía y visita la Abadía de San Nicolás
  • La foto se detiene en Bathsheba y Cherry Tree Hill
  • Transporte de ida y vuelta desde hoteles o puerto de cruceros.
Tras la recogida en su hotel o en la terminal de cruceros, su guía lo llevará de visita a Harrison's Cave. Aquí, suba a un tranvía eléctrico para un recorrido que serpentea a través de túneles de piedra caliza pasando por cascadas, arroyos y piscinas, así como antiguas estalactitas y estalagmitas.
Después, harás una parada en el pueblo pesquero de Betsabé para echar un vistazo a la costa y al oleaje. Pase por el molino de viento Morgan Lewis en St. Andrew y aprenda sobre este sitio histórico: es uno de los dos únicos molinos de viento de su tipo que quedan en el Caribe.
Admire las magníficas vistas desde Cherry Tree Hill en el camino hacia la Abadía de San Nicolás. Esta plantación de azúcar del siglo XVII es un tesoro histórico que incluye una mansión jacobea y una destilería de ron en el lugar con una máquina de vapor en funcionamiento que aplasta la caña durante la temporada de cosecha.
Una vez que haya completado su recorrido por la abadía, lo trasladarán a su hotel o al puerto de cruceros.

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Opiniones del viajero en Viator

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Brian W
, ene 2018

We had a great experience all the way around. Harrison cave is beautiful and they have done a great job in preserving it. I recommend this trip as not only a cave experience, but as a general island tour. I enjoyed the stop at Bathsheba for photos...what a beautiful place. The abbey is a neat stop also with a lot of history and beautiful gardens. I think this tour may be the biggest bang for your buck as a tour of Barbados. I would highly recommend it.

, dic 2017

In all of our travels this was one of the best tours we have taken. Corey with Old Glory Tours is outstanding. We saw allot, learned allot and got special touches to make it very special. The one thing Viator could improve on is the location where you go to meet with your tour group. Instructions were vague and wrong. Thankful local person helped us. I will say it again if you can get Corey for this tour do not miss it.

, mar 2017

I was met and taken to the tram area where participants waited for the tram to enter the Harrison caves. I am disabled and when the tram arrived all the people rushed to get front seats, so I had to get into middle and in the center of a seat for 4. I was squashed in and as I couldn't stand to take photos, I really saw far less of the beauties of the caves. I was unable to get off the tram at the stops, and I would suggest that a seat on each tram should be reserved for disabled passengers. Even a side seat at the back would have enabled me to have seen far more. One does receive drips from above, but these are caves so one expects a few! I was disappointed from this point of view, and I am sure that to have fully seen the formations would have afforded me far more pleasure than being cramped in and seeing little. Hopefully my comments can be passed to the organization that runs the caves.
I enjoyed the rest of the trip around Barbados, it is an exceptionally clean island not like Antigua and St. Lucia. The trip around part of the island especially by the beaches and at Bathsheba was beautiful and interesting. I would like to return to this bright island.

Richard T
, mar 2017

The best part of the tour was at the Harrison Cave. Very nice cave with opportunity to get off the tram and walk around the larger rooms.
Charles, our guide, was excellent.
St. Nicholas Abbey was interesting.
Appreciated the precise email directions to meet the tour from the cruise ship port. Glad we were not required to call the local service provider Glory Tours for updated directions, as phone calls from the ship are expensive when your cell phone does not work internationally.

, ene 2017

My Husband and I really enjoyed this tour. Our driver was very pleasant and informed us of Barbados history, the school system, trivia facts, places to eat, etc. The cave was really cool and the guides on the cave tram were funny and informative. St Nicholas Abbey was an interesting sight to see. We were in time to see them crushing sugarcane out in the barn, which they use to make their brand of rum. There is also a cute little cat who lounges around. He's very friendly and I love cats, so any tourist attraction with a cat is high on my list. :

Paulo Silas M
, jul 2016


Timothy H
, jul 2016

I believe this is the best bang for your buck tour in Barbados.

This is a great tour option for those who are staying at an all-inclusive resort or don't otherwise want or need a lunch on their tour. Since the caves are inland, there is a bit of a drive to get to them, affording the opportunity to get a good view of some different parts of the island other than the coastal areas. Our driver made a point to tell us about many things we saw along the way--from the history of the roundabouts to sugar farms and other fruits, major industries, etc.

At the caves, we took the tram tour and transferred to a new driver for the rest of the tour. The remaining stops provide an opportunity to see some of the islands more famous locations. Along the way, we found some spots that made for nice photo opportunities and our driver, Charles, was always kind to stop briefly whenever we wanted to take a photo. Charles was very knowledgeable and was able to answer any questions we had about anything we saw along the way. While the tour lists four specific stops, you get quite a bit more, as you get to see much of coastal and inland Barbados during the drives to each stop.

Candace B
, jul 2016

The tour was amazing! Lisa our tour guide was not only very knowledgable about her country she was also very entertaining. There wasn't only complaint about any of the other tour guides at any of the other locations either. Everyone was very warm welcomed with history etched in their minds. 5 stars

Beau G
, jun 2016

Ryan gave us heaps of info, had a great sense of humour and was mindful of our anxiety about time and getting back to the boat.

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