Découvrez les points forts de la Barbade lors de cette excursion d'une journée. Montez à bord pour une excursion en tramway palpitante dans la grotte d'Harrison, promenez-vous dans le magnifique jardin de la forêt des fleurs et visitez la plage de Bathsheba. Après le déjeuner dans un restaurant local, admirez la vue depuis Cherry Tree Hill, visitez le moulin à vent de Morgan Lewis et visitez l'abbaye de Saint-Nicolas, une maison de plantation du XVIIe siècle qui est aujourd'hui une distillerie de rhum populaire.
Vues incroyables et opportunités de photos autour de la Barbade
Visitez la distillerie St. Nicholas Rum et goûtez au rhum de l'abbaye Saint-Nicolas
Délicieux déjeuner de cuisine typique des Caraïbes dans un restaurant local
Prise en charge et retour sans soucis à votre hôtel à la Barbade
This tour was really a four stop tour, not the seven stop tour as advertised. We stopped at 1 Harrison's cave first which was amazing, but the driver instructed us to return the van immediately after the tour. We did - only to stand around for 1/2 hour while we waiting for another family to join our tour - that was really disappointing as we would have enjoyed to taking the time to view the sights we missed in the main building not stand around in the parking lot.
Then we drove past Bathsheba. No stopping, just a glimpse out the window of the van while the driver sped to next venue 2 Flower Forest. The Flower Forest was nothing spectacular, the driver handed us a map and left. We toured the garden on our own, then had to wait for the driver to return from dropping off the family. So weird - it was more of a taxi service than a tour. After the flower forest we headed for 3 lunch at the Sand Dune cafe. This place was nothing more than a truck stop on the side of the road, in fact another tour van pull up and we had to endure the exhaust from his van for the duration of the stop. Prior to arrival our driver told us our lunch options and pre-ordered while we were en route. Weird thing is my husband and I ordered the same thing, but we clearly got different lunches - still have no idea what we ate, LOL. On our way to the last stop 4 St. Nicholas Abbey, our driver hit a monkey. His only concern was that the monkey was not hung up on his van or it would stink!! We were late for distillery tour so we had to join a tour already in progress, the driver told us after the tour end we could join the next tour for the part we missed.
We did not stop at Bathsheba, the windmill or cherry hill - no stopping just a drive by view. We asked the driver if we could get out at the windmill but he informed us that this would cost money? Didn't we pay for this? Weren't admissions included?
So disappointing, save your money on this tour, you don't get what you paid for. I recommend going to Harrison's Caves and St. Nicholas Abbey on there own - both are worth the time and effort to see.