Sightseeing

Harrison's Cave

In the heart of Barbados lies Harrison's Cave, a wondrous crystallized limestone cavern. The crystal-clear running water has shaped the cave over millions of years, forming breathtaking stalactites and stalagmites.
Be awed by the sounds of the earth around you, hear the streams that still shape the caverns before your eyes. To find out more about Harrison's Cave, point your browser to www.harrisonscave.com.

Barbados Wildlife Park

The Barbados Wildlife Park in St. Peter is a safe environment where you can interact with the unique wildlife that Barbados has to offer. The Barbados population of wild  green monkeys may be seen. A great attraction for the whole family to enjoy together, more can be found out about this fantastic reserve at www.barbados.org.

Animal Flower Cave

On the northerly point of Barbados sits the Animal Flower Cave, named for the sea anemones found in the deep pools within the cave - some deep enough to swim in. A beautiful natural formation with great views of the sea and surrounding coast.

Bathsheba

Bathsheba is a dramatic beach, located on the east coast of Barbados. Featuring invigorating pools, sandy beaches, striking rock formations and powerful waves for experienced surfers and bodyboarders, Bathsheba is a brilliant hideaway for tourists looking for a beautiful beach. (Please note, swimming at Bathsheba can be dangerous without an experienced guide, due to unpredictable rip tides and undertows.)

Orchid Gardens

Barbados sports a dazzling volume and variety of orchids. Orchid World brings them all together in a beautiful display of colour, shape and size. Situated on a hill that provides brilliant views of surrounding Barbados, Orchid World is also a popular site for weddings.

Andromeda Botanic Gardens

A six acre tropical garden in St. Joseph, founded in 1954 by Ms Iris Bannochie and bequeathed to the Barbados National trust upon her death in 1988. named for Andromeda, the mythical Greek goddess who was chained to a rock, the gardens have been open to the public for over 30 years and offer a great opportunity to take in a wide variety of the exotic flora and fauna the Caribbean has to offer including orchids, palms, ferns, heliconia, hibiscus, bougainvillea, begonias and cacti.

Crane Beach

This beach sports beautiful views of the surrounding sea, beautiful sand and spectacular coves. Great for walking, relaxing and bodyboarding. This resort has a beautiful beach famous for its body boarding.

Huntes Gardens

Beautiful gardens in the centre of the island, and a drink with the owner, Anthony Hunte, on his terrace after seeing the gardens.

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