• Location: Barbados
  • Duration: 5 hours (approx.)
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See the principal sights that make up this small but multifaceted island on this full-day tour of all four coasts of the island. In the morning, see the luxurious mansions and resorts in the west and take in stunning views of the cliffs in the north. In the afternoon, visit a fishing village in the south and experience the colonial history of Barbados with a visit to the 17th-century built Sunbury Plantation House. Here, you’ll sit down to a buffet lunch followed by a guided tour of the mansion. Hotel pickup and drop off is included.


  • Half-day island tour of Barbados by coach
  • See the island from coast to coast while a professional does the driving!
  • Admire the luxury homes and hotels that look out over the Caribbean Sea
  • Enjoy a glass of rum punch in the Atlantic coast village of Bathsheba
  • Visit St John’s Church, built in 1836
  • Have lunch and take a historical tour at Sunbury Plantation House
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

What You Can Expect

Barbados Scenic Tour Including Bathsheba Sunbury Plantation

See the luxury homes of Barbados' west coast

After pickup from your hotel, board the air-conditioned coach and begin your island tour with a drive along the western coast of Barbados – famous for its lavish homes and resorts set on the edge of the Caribbean Sea.

Next, the tour makes its way to the north coast, where you take in views of the dramatic cliffs and crashing waves. Continue down the eastern side of Barbados to Bathseba, a small fishing village, popular for surfing and its laid-back charm. Sip on a glass of rum punch and enjoy the picturesque scenery and warm ocean breeze.

Your guide then brings you to St John’s Church, a gothic-style church constructed in the 1830s. Here you also have an opportunity to shop from local craft vendors.

Next is the historical highlight of the tour, a visit to Sunbury Plantation House. One of the first plantations in Barbados, the site was constructed by British colonizers in the 1660s. Sit down to a buffet lunch of local cuisine before taking a guided tour of this well-preserved piece of history.

Round Barbados’ southern coast and pass through the fishing town of Oistins before getting dropped off at your hotel.

Sample lunch menu (subject to change):
  • Garden salad
  • Potato salad or coleslaw
  • Herb-roasted chicken or Creole fish
  • Vegetable rice
  • Fried plantains
  • Rum trifle or pineapple upside-down cake
  • Coffee and tea

Customer Reviews

Neil O

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Fabulous around the island tour stopping off many times to take photographs. A good way to get a rounded flavour of Barbados, Eddie our driver guide was great.


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

This was a fantastic compact tour - we saw the entire island in a little over half a day and had a marvelous lunch as well. We saw Cherry Hill, the cliffs near the Animal Flower cave, the classy west coast with the fancy houses, the St James Church, the St John's Church, Bathsheba, and the Sunbury Plantation (lunch was amazing). And our guide kindly dropped us off at the airport afterwards, carefully watching the time so we made it on time. He was very thoughtful and made sure that we saw all that we could in a short time. Great tour!


5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

This tour was amazing!

Valerie C

3 star rating: Worth doing September 2015

My first time to Barbados. It was great seeing the country side and the areas of Barbados that were not the big tourist attractions. The tour guide was moderately informative. I think we stayed too long at the Plantation.

Denise G

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better June 2015

The tour was OK. I would not recommend this tour as it was at the last minute changed on us. First a date change. Then the transportation was not what was described on line. The tour guide actually was a random taxi driver in a beat up old van.


1 star rating: I do not recommend this February 2015

One day soon the details of our experience will be shared... all I can suggest for other customers is to either book tours through the hotel where you're staying OR via direct contact with the local tour company in the country of interest (in this case Barbados).

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