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From its formation to its history, culture, cuisine & craft every bit of here is worthy of being called a treasure. Where else can you find stories of cannibals, pirates, black widows, presidents & witchcraft? There may be a few but I assure you none like Barbados. There are a handful of places that for some stand out more than others and in this tour we will share them with you. On this tour you will visit Harrisons Cave a limestone cave that is called the 8th wonder of the world. This is easily accessible and toured by tram. From the cave we will make our way through the scenic Scotland District passing by the Morgan Lewis Windmill one of only 2 windmills of this type left standing in the Caribbean. Then we make our way up to Cherry Tree Hill for its spectacular views and onto St Nicholas Abbey. St Nicholas Abbey can be correctly categorized a historical treasure of Barbados. This Sugar Plantation house is a 17th century Jacobean Mansion one of only three in this side of the world. There is also an onsite Rum Distillery and a working steam engine that crushes the cane during harvest season.

For all of those who just want a quick tour to Barbados ?1 attraction this is the tour for you. Our Harrisons Cave tour is a short 3 hour tour that takes you into the center of the Island where you will tour the very magnificent Harrisons Cave. This tour can be done by the young and old as the cave is toured on trams. Following the cave tour we will return you to the Cruise Ship port or your Hotel.

Little England was what Barbados was called many years ago while we were still under British rule. It is true that Barbados has been independent since 1966 but there are still remnants of those days gone by. Those days can be best seen in our Gardens and great houses. Hunts Gardens is full of tropical colours and beautiful pathways that one can meander. Following the gardens we will head off to St. Nicholas Abbey. It is likely the last remaining authentic house of the 17th Century that exists anywhere in the ''New World''. When this residence was built around 1658. St Nicholas Abbey is a phenomenal sight and along with the house tour and historic video you will also be invited to partake in a bit of Rum Tasting.

Everyone wants to spend a day in paradise and Barbados is truly just that. Journey over to the East Coast of Barbados. Visit Cherry Tree Hill, Morgan Lewis Windmill, Cattle Wash, Bathsheba and St Johns Church.
After a morning of Tropical beauty we make our way across country traveling through the Garrisons Historic area built in 1806 and onto Copacabana on Carlisle Bay. With white sand and turquoise water this beach is a real slice of paradise. At Copacabana you will be provided with a welcome drink along with a beach chair and umbrella .The facility has lockers, washrooms and showers. Although Lunch is not included there is a restaurant and bar that will be happy to serve you on and off the beach.
Carlisle Bay is a marine park with 25 ship wrecks and although not included. Excursions to swim with the turtles and snorkel and one of the shipwrecks can easily be organized at the beach. There are also jet skis and banana boat rides available for hire.
On our way back to the port we will also be traveling through the Garrisons Historic area built in 1806 and through the Capital of Bridgetown.

Explore and Discover Barbados to start your day we will journey over to the East Coast of Barbados. Our first stop will be Cherry Tree Hill with its breathtaking views of the East Coast from there we will make our way to Morgan Lewis Windmill. The windmill is on the top 100 endangered historical sites in the world. As we come down onto the coastline we will travel through Cattle Wash and make a stop in Bathsheba which was names for its great beauty and home of the Soup Bowl the favorite stop for surfers in Barbados. Our next stop will be St Johns Church one of the oldest churches on the island set on a cliff and capturing spectacular views. From this gothic church we will journey down past Gun Hill signal Station an old military defense station on the island. After a morning rich is scenic beauty and history we will stop for lunch before making our way onto the West Coast of the Island. Once on the West Coast we will stop at one of the most beautiful beaches on the island ''Payne's Bay'' there you will take a boat trip to snorkel with the turtles and enjoy an hour and a half beach time. As the beach you will be provided with a beach chair, umbrella and a beverage.

Experience an Island's natural wonders driving its lush green hills. Visit Earthworks Pottery and the batik studio where you will discover many beautiful Island crafts .Then off to the Flower Forest rich in the colors and tropical blooms. A visit to Barbados will not be complete without a stop on the Scenic East Coast famous for its breathtaking beauty and sensational surf. Next we stop for lunch. After lunch we will head up the hills through the trees to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve to catch the Green Monkey at play along with a wide variety of other animals. Our last stop on this unforgettable tour will be Harrisons Cave where you will travel through the winding tunnels in trams and make your way into the specially lighted caverns, view the majestic stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries. Cascading through the caves, the crystal blue waters form magnificent pools and waterfalls; Harrison's cave is guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime.

Barbados is an Island of great beauty and diversity. Join us at Glory Tours on a day of great beauty and Adventure visit all those hidden spots that make Barbados the gem of the Caribbean. Our route for this excursion starts along the South Coast beginning with the Barbados capital of Bridgetown from here we will travel up the coast pass Accra Beach, Oistins, Miami Beach, Foul Bay, St Johns Church, Bathsheba, The East Coast , Cherry Tree Hill, North Point. From the North we head back down the West Coast through Speightstown and Holetown.

Forever Barbados begins at Earthworks a truly extraordinary local Pottery from there we head Flower Forest where you will enjoy a walk through a lush forest will beautiful tropical flowers. Monkeys can also often be seen playing in the trees. Next a scenic drives through the beautiful Bathsheba followed by cattle wash with a stop for lunch. Our last stop will be St. Nicholas Abbey. It is likely the last remaining authentic house of the 17th Century that exists anywhere in the ''New World''. When this residence was built around 1658 of brick and limestone, many of the structures in the North America were made of timber, and have long since perished. The residence was built only 30 years after Barbados' settlement by the British in 1627, so it is of significant historical value to the island. The Plantation also has a small but very Beautiful Gardens with the largest and most colorful hibiscus I have ever seen. Our last stop on this unforgettable tour will be North Point. North Point is quite often a highlight of any tour. It is at the Northern Tip of the Island and is the perfect place to enjoy the power and beauty of the ocean as great breakers crash into the cliff. There is also a Cave there for those fit enough and adventurous enough may explore and even swim in.

Experience a taste of Barbados while driving through its lush green hills. Visit Earthworks Pottery and the batik studio where you will discover many beautiful Island crafts .Then off to the Flower Forest rich in the colors and tropical blooms. A visit to Barbados will not be complete without a stop on the Scenic East Coast famous for its breathtaking beauty and sensational surf. Next we stop for lunch. After lunch we will head up the hills through the trees to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve to catch the Green Monkey at play along with a wide variety of other animals. Our last stop on this unforgettable tour will be North Point. North Point is quite often a highlight of any tour. It is at the Northern Tip of the Island and is the perfect place to enjoy the power and beauty of the ocean as great breakers crash into the cliffs. There is also a Cave there for those fit enough and adventurous enough may explore and even swim in.

Our first stop on this unforgettable tour will be Harrisons Cave where you will travel through the winding tunnels in trams and make your way into the specially lighted caverns, view the majestic stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries.

Cascading through the caves, the crystal blue waters from magnificent pools and waterfalls, Harrison's cave is guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime. Then make your way up the Island's green hills down on to our spectacular East Coast. After enjoying these breathtaking sights and stops you will enjoy a quick lunch. Then we are off to the Wild life Reserve for a glimpse of those mischievous Barbados green tail monkeys.

For the second part of your day we will spend the afternoon at Paynes Bay. Your time at Paynes Bay includes: a boat trip to swim with the turtles, a beach lounger and umbrella, a complementary drink and use of their washrooms and freshwater shower.

Meeting Point: Departure South Coast Hotels 8-8:30am, Cruise Ship Port 8:45am, West Coast 9-9:30am. Duration: 6-7 hours.

Other information: Please be sure to wear your swimsuits and bring a beach towel for this excursion; towel and swimwear, voucher and a photo ID. We only accept collapsible wheelchairs with people who are at least able to get in and out of vehicles on their own or with limited help. We do not accept scooters.

Just BIM is an experience like no other. Our tour begins at Earthworks, a truly extraordinary local pottery from there we head to Flower Forest where you will enjoy a walk through a lush forest will beautiful tropical flowers - monkeys can also often be seen playing in the trees.

Next a scenic drive through the beautiful Bathsheba followed by cattle wash with a stop for lunch. Then we stop at St Nicholas Abbey. It is likely the last remaining authentic house of the 17th century that exists anywhere in the New World. When this residence was built around 1658 of brick and limestone, many of the structures in the North America were made of timber, and have long since perished. The residence was built only 30 years after Barbados' settlement by the British in 1627 so it is of significant historical value to the island. The plantation also has a small but very Beautiful Gardens with large and colourful hibiscus.

Our last stop on this unforgettable tour will be Harrisons Cave where you will travel through the winding tunnels in trams and make your way into the specially lighted caverns, view the majestic stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries. Cascading through the caves, the crystal blue waters form magnificent pools and waterfalls; Harrison's cave is guaranteed to be an experience of a lifetime.

Metting Point: Departure South Coast Hotels 8-8:30am, Cruise Sip Port 8:45am, West Coast 9-9:30am. Duration: 6-7 hours.

Other information: What to bring: voucher and a photo ID, Standard clothing. Men and women must both be fully clothed. We only accept collapsible wheelchairs with people who are at least able to get in and out of vehicles on their own or with limited help. We do not accept scooters.

Enjoy a touch of splendour while visiting Harrisons Cave. Then over the hills and through the valleys we go on to the unforgettable East Coast for a fantastic view of the Atlantic Ocean. Our last stop is the Barbados Wildlife Reserve where you will find those mischievous Barbados monkeys at play.

Meeting point: Departure South Coast Hotels 8-8:30am, Cruise Sip Port 8:45am, West Coast 9-9:30am. Duration: 4-5 hours.

Other information: voucher and a photo ID, Standard clothing. Men and women must both be fully clothed. We only accept collapsible wheelchairs with people who are at least able to get in and out of vehicles on their own or with limited help. We do not accept scooters.

Atlantis Submarines is 65 ft. submarine that can dive to a depth of 120 ft. and carries 48 people. This exciting excursion is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most people - divers and non-divers alike. You board a transfer boat that carries you out to the sub - about a 10 minute ride. Then you board the submarine, and dive below the surface of the water where you will explore the colourful coral reefs, bountiful sea life - and maybe even see a sea turtle or manta ray swim by. Your underwater journey last about 40 minutes -then it's back up to the sruface to re-board the launch for the ride back to the dock.

Dockside show featuring Pirates of the Caribbean followed by a Pirate Cruise with dinner and open bar, music for dancing. It includes round trip transfers, cocktail eats from some of the Caribbean islands, such as Jerk Pork from Jamaica, Bol Jol from St. Vincent, Pelouri Balls from Trinidad, Fish cakes and Breadfruit chips from Barbados along with a BBQ Steak or grilled Tuna or Baked Chicken buffet dinner and unlimited drinks. The Show is fabulous with fire eating, limbo dancing, stilt walkers, an interactive show with theme dancing, beautiful costumes, the notorious comical Bajan characters Town Cryer and Mother Sally.

desde 73,28 €

Full day round the island tour with stops at major highlights. The best way to get a good overview of the entire island. This is a coastal tour that takes you through historic Bridgetown onto the affluent west coast, through Holetown and onto Speightstown making a brief stop, continuing to North Point. Travel through the northern countryside to Cherry Tree Hill and onto the East Coast making a picture stop at Bathsheba. From there to the St. John’s Church onward to the Sunbury Great House, where you would do the house tour an afterwards enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch.

desde 61,08 €

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