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Harrison's Cave

Welchman Hall, Barbados
+1 246-417-3700
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Barbados Combo Tour: Harrison's Cave and Mount Gay Rum Visitor's Centre
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Located in the central uplands of Barbados, is a magnificent attraction with a world class property and unmatched beauty anywhere else in the Caribbean. Harrison's Cave is a massive underground cave stream system, with awesome caverns and crystallized formations. Enjoy an unparalleled underground experience as you journey aboard a tram, past clear streams and cascading waterfalls. This phenomenal underground attraction, is one of Barbados’ premier visitor attractions, truly a must see when on vacation.Enjoy an unparalleled underground experience on one of our tours. On the Tram Tour you will journey aboard a tram, past clear streams and cascading waterfalls on a guided, driven tour of the caves awesome caverns. Looking for more adventure? The Eco-Adventure Tour is perfect for nature enthusiasts. Trek along our scenic gully trail before embarking on this amazing underground exploration; crawling and climbing as you traverse some of the caves natural passages.With other exciting tours also available, including our Scenic Gully tours, Walk- In Cave Tours, the amazing educational programs like the Harrison’s Cave Bat Program and Technical tour, Harrison’s Cave offers visitors to Barbados an entire new world to discover in one attraction.Unearth the Adventure!
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Welchman Hall, Barbados
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Reviewed yesterday

An excellent use of modern engineering with a lift system to get people from the top to the bottom of the gully to get the a tranquil location where there are craft shops to browse in and an exhibition explaining about the caves system. There...More

Thank ASmith1966
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Well worth the visit ... once you have gone round the island up the island swam around the island you must go in the island 😊

Thank carolehasker
Reviewed 3 days ago

well worth a visit you are taken round the cave on a small train that fits 4 in a compartment the views are spectacular, and the short film you view before the visit very informative

Thank william r
Reviewed 3 days ago

We have visited caves before but with the tram ride around this the experience was a little different. The guide was clearly passionate about the whole thing and that helped with our enjoyment, he was very informative. Like most attractions, don't expect it all to...More

Thank gusngazesdad
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Harrison's cave was a fantastic trip as a family of five. Everything was natural and fun to look at. The walls of the caves were gushing with the Atlantic ocean water and we could feel the sprinkles from it when we stood on top of...More

Thank hmd22
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The cost was $30 for adults and $15 kids. The tour wasn’t too long. I don’t consider this a must see thing. If you’re into caves you might enjoy more. The location was a long drive from Bridgetown but not too long. There are a...More

Thank Meagainstme
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We visited the caves although we were told it’s very commercial. It is but it’s good. You start the tour travelling in glass elevators to the bottom the gulley and then into an exhibition room to learn about how the island of barbados was formed....More

Thank JamieDavidM
Reviewed 1 week ago

The showcave was pretty cool. You ride in a Disney-like open train thing down into the depths and then back up. You can see all the stalactites and stalagmites up close. There's a very nice lady narrating the trip who explains how the original explorers...More

Thank EandJ98
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a cool tour especially for those who love science and nature. Seeing the formations is amazing and hearing the history of how they were discovered and formed is so mesmerizing. If you are afraid of the dark, water dripping on your face and...More

Thank Alicia C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We did the Harrison's Cave as a part of the Caves & Critters tour offered on the island. It was the first stop and we were not disappointed! We participated on the tram tour. The guide was excellent - kind, intelligent and interesting! I could...More

Thank egwilli4
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RomaReturn
4 September 2017|
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Response from Tresastravels | Reviewed this property |
Frequently and often, but I'm sorry I don't recall. Since we booked outside the cruise line I googled then called Harrison's Cave directly. They were able to answer all my questions
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Gaynell R
17 May 2017|
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Response from dyna47 | Reviewed this property |
To enter the cave is about $30 USA a person. We took a bus there & as far as your guides, it's required in the cave as you ride in & out on a trolley.
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julieks27
12 April 2017|
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It's a bit of a drive, but totally worth it. Just grab a white "taxi van" or hire a car. And while you're in that area, you could see several other sites too. Welchman Hall Gully and Hunte's Garden are both close by and... More
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