Explore Beautiful Barbados By Land

Harrisons Cave Barbados

Harrison's Cave is located in the heart of Barbados. The Cave is a limestone cave featuring,  streams, waterfalls, stalagtites, stalagmites. At the cave you will board electric trams and travel through the winding tunnels, viewing majestic caverns and learning about the formation of the cave. Harrisons Cave is considered a Barbados national treasure.

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Hunte's  Gardens Barbados

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Huntes Gardens gardens has been lovingly nurtured in a naturally formed sink hole in Barbados and features an array of tropical flowers, trees and foliage. Throughout the gardens you'll find statues, antiques and other beautiful decorative pieces that add to this amazing experience in Barbados.

The garden and its creator Mr Hunte  has been featured in countless gardening magazines and television programs and has recently been a film location for a popular Netflix series which was filmed in Barbados.

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St. Nicholas Abbey Barbados

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St Nicholas Abbey is located in Saint Peter, Barbados, and is a plantation house, museum and rum distillery.Colonel Benjamin Berringer built the house in 1658. This house is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere. It's similar to the English Jacobean-era manor houses of the first half of the seventeenth century, the period between the Tudor and Georgian styles, beginning in the reign of James I.

This attraction  is  a favourite of visitors and  locals and has its very own award winning rum distillery and and its very own steam engine train.

St Nicholas Abbey is a Barbados Treasure

Barbados Wildlife Reserve

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The Barbados Wildlife Reserve lies in an enclosed area under a canopy of mahogany trees with winding red brick pathways beneath. 

The most popular animal at the Reserve is The Barbados Green Monkey. The monkey has brown and grey thick fur that has yellow and olive green flecks in it as an adult. In some lights, the monkey can appear green. This is why they are called green monkeys. Barbados Green Monkeys generally live in groups of fifteen to twenty. Within a family group, males gain their dominance by their size, strength and their ability to fight. Females, however, get their rank by the size of their families. Most infants are born during April and May in Barbados.

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Barbados Mount Gay Visitor Centre

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Visit the Mount Gay Visitor Center to learn about the production and history of Barbados' famous Mount Gay rum. On the signature tour, delve into the spirit's history and importance to the island nation; complimentary rum punch and five rum tastings are included.

Barbados is the birthplace of rum and there is no where better to experience the story of rum and enjoy its flavours than in Barbados.

Flower Forest Barbados

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Flower Forest Botanical Gardens is a horticultural park and tourist attraction near the village of Bloomsbury, Saint Joseph in Barbados. It is a scenic garden park with attractive flowering plants and tropical trees. The 50-acre property was formerly a sugar plantation in Barbados and is one of Barbados magical places to take a walk and admire nature all around you.

Andromeda Botanical Gardens Barbados

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Andromeda Botanic Gardens is the original garden of Barbados created as a private family retreat by multi-award winning scientist and Barbadian Iris Bannochie. It is the ony RHS Partner Garden in the West Indies and was featured on BBC Gardeners World, BBC World Service The Conversation and the RHS The Garden Magazine. Described as 'unique and outstanding' by a leader of global garden tours, the variety of plants is incredible and represents the most plant diverse area in Barbados. Lots of smaller intimate spaces combine to create an ever-changing journey through this wonderful landscape. Andromeda Botanic Gardens is a unqiue example of our heritage and a Barbados treasure.

Barbados Coastal Tours / Scenic Tours

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There are so very many scenic costal ares and panoramic locations around  Barbados that we could not list them all. Places like: Bathsheba, North  Point, Cherry Tree Hill, Morgan Lewis Windmill, Miami Beach, Codrington College, Foul Bay  and St Johns  Parish Church. There are also significant towns in Barbados like Bridgetown, Holetown,  Speightstown and places of military and historical significance like the UNESCO World Heritage  site of the Garrison.  The link below will guide you to tours that highlight  these fantastic locations in Barbados.

Earthworks Pottery Barbados

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Earthworks was established in 1983 by Goldie Spieler, it is now run by her son David who is extremely friendly. David can often be found behind his wheel in the pottery and he along with the capable Earthworks staff are always ready to have a chat and share with you their many marvellous creations. The pottery produces a fully functional line of tableware in round, square, rectangular and oval pieces. The red clay ceramic pieces fired to stoneware temperatures make their pottery ideal for the home or restaurant. This Made in Barbados product is one of the best souvenirs you can take home with you from Barbados

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Land & Sea Combination Tours in Barbados

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Carlisle Bay al crescent-shaped bay located on the South West Coast of Barbados and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. On most days Carlisle Bay boasts calm turquoise waters with no undertow, delicately lapping on the soft white sand. Under the surface of the sea Carlisle Bay comes alive with vibrant tropical fish in abundance, sea horses, sea turtles, octopus, rays, and much more! This unique array of marine life is due in part to the six different ship wrecks in the water as shallow as 12ft. The wrecks are obviously another important contributor to the popularity of Carlisle Bay. For those seeking an adventure, you will not be disappointed with the sight of these sunken treasures.

This Bay is is beloved bay in Barbados loved by Bajan and visitors alik

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Walkers Reserve

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The Walkers Institute for Regenerative Research and Design (WIRRED) was born out of the restoration of Walkers Sand Quarry. For more than 50 years, the McNeel family provided an abundance of silica sand to the nation of Barbados while managing to steward and protect one of the largest native beach-side forests on the island. Since 1968 the quarry’s extracted silica sand has been used in nearly every building project across Barbados. But as the construction industry exhausts the sand supply, a new story is emerging — one of biodiversity, ecological health, and regeneration. We invite you to be driven along winding trails as a knowledgeable tour guide shares information with you on the various flora and fauna found on the Reserve as well as history of Barbados and Walkers, and our path to Regenerating Walkers Sand Quarry into Walkers Reserve.

Welchman Hall Gully

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Welchman Hall Gully is named after its first owner, a former soldier from Wales called General William Asygell Williams. 

He was banished by Cromwell after losing at the Battle of Bristol in 1650 during the English Civil War.

He established a plantation here, which he named Welchman Hall. 

It was this man who first developed the gully, adding many exotic trees and an orchard.

The gully is also home to the world’s smallest species of snake. 

But don’t worry, Leptotytphlops Carlae, discovered by Blair Hedges, of Penn State University in 2008, is blind, harmless and lives deep in the gully. It is so tiny, it can curl up on to a US quarter. It is very rare and hasn’t been seen for a couple of years. 

Welchman Hall Gully has at least two other claims to fame.

It is the home of the grapefruit, formed from a sweet orange and a shaddock, a large pomelo. You can sometimes see the grapefruit’s peel, discarded by the monkeys.

The first reference to the grapefruit was in 1750, when it was described by Rev Griffith Hughes, a botanist, as the Forbidden Fruit of Barbados.