Located in the central uplands of Barbados, the Harrison’s Cave underground system of rivers and caves is one of the Caribbean’s great natural wonders and is a very popular tourist attraction.
Visitors will board a small electric tram to take a guided tour of these stunning, crystallised limestone caves, passing illuminated waterfalls, pools and magnificent geological structures as you explore further. Passengers are able to get off and take photographs at certain stopping points, such as the 15-metre-high “cathedral” and “the village”, where a group of formations have fused into a cluster of columns overlooking a beautiful green pool.
Once you have finished your tour inside the cave, why not take time to explore the cliff and valley trails in the area? There are many tropical plants and flowers to admire as you walk through the lush green forests and you may even see a Green Monkey or two, up in the treetops.