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NOTE : THE CAVE IS A NATURAL SEA CAVE - IT IS SLIPPERY, IT IS WET, IT IS A SEA CAVE. WE DO SEND A GUIDE WITH EACH TOUR TO AIDE PEOPLE AS NEEDED. WE DO ADVISE THE ELDERLY AND THOSE NOT FIRM ON THEIR FEET TO STAY 'UP TOP'AND ENJOY THE SCENERY AND...more
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This is a good value visit . Wear beach shoes or stout walking type sandals and take your swimming clothes and towel for a dip in the pool in the cave . Our guide was Jay - he was brilliant - informative , knowledgeable, friendly...More
This was a highlight of my trip.
I spent a lunch here having their fresh catch of the day and a couple glasses of wine overlooking an incredible view.
After a walk around the land was amazing and highlight.
I would return but bring a...More
We’re from a tourism destination ourselves so we can recognize a well-cared for attraction and this certainly is that and more. Admission is reasonable considering what we’ve paid to go to other attractions in Barbados and elsewhere. I did the cave tour solo (while my...More
Had a wonderful time here. Beautiful stretch of coastline. A tour of the caves is a must. Thanks to our excellent tour guide, Jay, the tour was both entertaining and informative. The rest of the staff is very friendly as well. Next time I’ll bring...More
Certainly very well worth a trip to the north of the Island, the views are stunning and there is a good range of local craft stalls and shops to browse.
The Caves cost just Bds20 to visit and you can swim in them if you...More
One of my favourite Barbados locations! It is largely unspoilt and off the beaten track at the northern tip of the island in St Lucy. The views are spectacular across the Atlantic. High on the clifftop there is a great open air restaurant, with tasty...More
This is a great little area to visit, you can watch the waves crashing on the shore, get reasonable priced souvenirs, decent food and swim in a cave ! Our cave tour guide was friendly, fun and helpful in guiding us over the slippery rocks....More
This should be on your list of things to do in Barbados. We couldn't go into the caves because the sea current was too strong but that didn't matter. We walked along the sea front instead. For me it was interesting to see the change...More
We were driving around Barbados and found this little gem.
Based at the north of the island it is definitely worth a visit.
The views of the north coast are amazing and the caves (if a little slippy) are worth visiting.