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Harrison's Cave

Welchman Hall, Barbados
+1 246-417-3700
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US$ 145.00*
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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
+1 246-417-3700
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I had looked all over the islands trying to choose a place that had activities my mom could do even though she couldn't walk very far. This was perfect! When you get into the cave you take a guided tram ride all of the way...More

Thank c22hubb
Reviewed 2 days ago

This was a very interesting experience. The caves are magnificent and it is possible to see everything as you are driven through on a "train" of vehicles.

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a really unique place and quite beautiful. The history of the formation of the island is presented. Quite a bit of cool info. It might be interesting for kids. I was a little bored . Glad I went , but next visit to...More

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Took some serious mapping skills to find the place by ourselves. Pretty disorganised getting us onto the tour from the staff. Video briefing was good but I’m a geologist by trade so it ticked all my boxes. Caves were great. You get “rained on” by...More

Thank ElDiablo75
Reviewed 4 days ago

An amazing underground discovery. A pleasant excursion and easy for people with limited mobility. Seeing the stalagmites and the rush of fresh underground water while sitting in a tram makes it magical. If you want you can get out and get closer. Well worth it...More

Reviewed 4 days ago

The caves are fantastic, we had a lengthily waiting time, but it was worthwhile, very impressive formations and the way the tour is organized with the electric cars is great

Thank Leopoldo K
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We arrived without a reservation about 10am at the same time as a pre-booked coach trip from a cruise ship. The lady at the ticket counter was very apologetic that, as a result, we would need to wait about 40 minutes, although this was no...More

Thank Tim H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited this place of interest having visited several similar caves in Western Australia and whilst similar in their beauty and wonder, the Harrison’s Cave have the added feature of full accessibility by means of a lift service down to the mouth of the cave...More

Thank Jackie B
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our guide, Hyacinth, was most personable and knowledgeable about Harrison's Cave. Everything was understated with the lighting so that you could enjoy the natural beauty. We were in an open tram, so you could see above you...although that meant that drops of water also fell...More

Thank bsimosd
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great visitors centre plenty of parking and great facilities. The most people take the tour which is on what they call a tram, which is three large golf buggy type things that seat three rows of four in each. To get down to cave entrance...More

Thank Robert F
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14 January 2018|
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Response from Kemet D | Reviewed this property |
In terms of cost, expect both the cruise ship and the taxis to be pricy, I would not take the tour if l was on a one day cruise here, its a good drive to the interior and during tourist season the tours are full, may have to... More
Bhavin D
10 January 2018|
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Response from JeySC | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the tram takes you down and back up. At times it does go very dark, but no for long. The tram isnt fast and is always stopping for photo opportunities. Sit the children in the middle seats and not on the outer part... More
Amy C
6 January 2018|
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Response from skeggybaby | Reviewed this property |
All the tours would be exactly the same. They take you round in carriages pulled by a tractor. When we went three tractors were in the caves so they all liaise with each other to ensure they don't meet. The guide sits... More