Highlights of Barbados
Highlights of Barbados
Perfect for travelers on a tight schedule, this Barbados tour shows you the area's best highlights in just half a day! On this Barbados tour, you'll visit a number of historic sites while enjoying a small group experience full of highlights. Ready for fun? Don't delay, book your Barbados sightseeing tour now.
Your Barbados highlights tour takes you around the island country for a closeup look at sites like Morgan Lewis Windmill and St. John's Parish Church. The former was the last operating sugar windmill in Barbados, while the latter is a 19th-century gothic church destroyed by a hurricane in 1831. Other notable sights on this Barbados tour include the rock formations at Bathsheda, a gorgeous town on the coast that must not be missed.
During your Barbados history tour, you will also get to see the famous Garrisons area. The Garrisons date back to the 1700s and now serves as the home for the island country's defense force; the highlight here is the George Washington House, where the former U.S. president once resided. Before the tour ends, you'll make one last stop: Bridgetown. Here, you'll learn all about this British settlement and then return to the cruise pier.
Reviewer: Laura Fallon
Multiple stops on this tour gave us the chance to get a good feel for the island. Our tour guide was great at pointing out all the sights from the bus. Enjoyed our stops at Mushroom Rock, the Windmill, St. John's Church. Interesting to hear about George Washington's house in Bathsheba and the chattel houses.
Reviewer: Dennis Mutter
Enjoyed this excursion very much. We got to see a lot of the island & its attractions. Very nice driver & guide. .
Reviewer: Jack Marshall
Very informative, tour guide was very informative.
Reviewer: Brenda Rezansoff
The Tour Guide covered the history of Barbados and we saw many beautiful homes. The highlight was Bathsheba beach. I felt sorry for the Tour Guide as she kept apologizing for the poor condition of the roads in Barbados.
Reviewer: Martin Homan
The tour guide and the tour itself were fantastic. The tour guides used taxi vans instead of buses so the tour was much more intimate than what you would experience with cruise line tours. As an amputee, I was able to participate in more than half of the stops. I stayed in the van a couple of times because of the uneven ground in a couple of places. The driver tour guide assisted me in getting in and out of the van. She knew the island and well. I would definitely recommend the tour for the amputee with a prosthesis.