Harrisons Cave and Beach Day

Harrisons Cave and Beach Day
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Price: $130.00
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Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Active, Scenic, Water/Beach
Shore Excursion Duration 6 Hours
Activity Level ? Moderate
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Beverage
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable, weather appropriate clothing over a swimsuit and sturdy walking shoes for inside of cave. Remember to bring sunglasses, sunblock and your beach towel from the ship.
Restrictions Guests must be able to get in and out of transportation. This tour is not suitable for any guest with walking difficulties. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. In Barbados child safety seats are required by law for infants up to 3 years old. Car seats can be provided on this tour at no additional fee. If you would like to request a car seat to use during the tour, please use the field above to request one at the time of booking. If you plan on bringing your own car seat(s) on the tour, please note that you will be doing so in the field above at the time of booking. Please keep in mind that all car seats must be able to be secured with a seat belt.

Harrisons Cave and Beach Day

While this beautiful island is notably famed for its fantastic beaches, Barbados offers so much more! Include two of the most popular activities on this tour, journey inside Harrisons Cave and relax on one of the island's amazing beaches.

Your journey begins as you travel to Harrisons Cave, an active cave system located in the heart of Barbados. Measuring 2.3 km long (1.5 miles) with a cave height of 15 meters (49 feet). This cave is one of the island's premier attractions, boarding an electric tram for an otherworldly ride through winding tunnels as you are driven through the interior. Unearth this adventure as your knowledgeable guide takes you on a tour where you will hear the rushing streams and witness the calm glassy pools as you retrace the steps the early explorers experienced. View beautiful pools, waterfalls and more as you make your way to the 15 meter high (49 feet) Great Hall, the cave's largest cavern. Observe stunning stalagmites and stalactites at every turn that are still growing to this day thanks to a continuous supply of water.

After emerging from under-ground you will next make your way to Savvy on the Bay on Carlisle Bay on the west side of Barbados. This popular beach boasts the whitest sand on the island as well as 6 shipwrecks just offshore. You will be greeted with a welcome drink and escorted to your reserved lounger and beach umbrella for some relaxation and fun under the sun. Belly up to the bar for a cold glass of pirate's brew or a juicy pirate burger then enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters (food is at guest's expense). You can also elect to take a snorkel cruise to admire the turtles, starfish, rays and other marine life or stay on land and pick up a souvenir or two at the local craft stalls.

Skip the usual crowded bus tours by signing up for this special Barbados cave and beach excursion now and make your fellow shipmates envious when you recount your days experiences.

Please Note: If you elect to take the snorkel cruise, this will cost approximately $20 US per person and includes snorkel equipment and a complimentary drink.

4.5 Stars4.7 / 5  |  22 ReviewsReview This Tour
March 27, 2020
Our group tour ended up being a private tour for just me and my husband. It was wonderful! The tour guide showed us so many great places in Barbados besides the beach and the caves. He even walked us out to our chairs on the beach. We had a great time on this tour.
Reviewer: Deana Butler
5 Stars
cave and beach tour
February 25, 2020
Had a great time
Reviewer: Jon Ness
4 Stars
rainy day but still a good tour
February 12, 2020
Harrisons Cave is an place to visit. It is an exciting tour and they provide everything you need to see a great underground wonder. They drive you in a trolley. The explanations were very good. Unfortunately it rained, so the beach was not as enjoyable, but that sometimes happens. It is interesting that our tour guide told us it was the dry season in Barbados. But they get rain sometimes in the dry season.
Reviewer: Earl Mills
5 Stars
Guide was great
December 23, 2019
Our guide was great but the cave was a bit too modernized. I thought we were going to walk into the cave and not sit on a tram the whole time. I liked the history about the cave in the video.
Reviewer: Leslie
4 Stars
Harrison's Cave a highlight
August 24, 2019
Harrison's Cave is truly a unique experience on a Caribbean cruise. The natural wonders of the cave are so accessible and educational. Our bus tour guide was quite informative as well and enhanced the visit. The time at the beach was pleasant and it was nice to have an umbrella for the shade.
Reviewer: Michael Bowen
4 Stars
Half the trip was very good; half was mediocre
August 02, 2019
The Cave trip is well done, very interesting, an easy ride thru the cave with excellent narration. The island has turned this natural site into a worthwhile tour, especially if you have not seen really exceptional caves. The Beach Day was rather disappointing. The "private chair with umbrella" was one among long rows, 3 to 5 deep from the water. It is a very large, busy beach. You can get in the water, but you have to watch for the catamarans, skidoos, and other craft coming to and from shore to pick up and drop off people purchasing various rides, snorkeling, etc. The 'free drink' ran out of rum punch mix and you had to go to a separate place for your beverage. They did have a lot of food options, and we had a good lunch with a locally caught fish. When I got back to our ship and looked at our reservation, I realized we had been picked up an hour early; however, the family was not upset as they did not particularly enjoy the beach portion of the trip.
Reviewer: Carolyn Schomer
3 Stars