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Definitely worth the stop! The road to get there is... adventurous, but it was beautiful once at the top. It's definitely worth combining this stop with a visit at St. Nicholas. I think this place is the only that offers this type of view. I...More
We rented a car and drove all over the island, including up to Cherry Tree Hill a couple of times - with ease. When we stopped to take pictures the one day, we had a great visit with a gentleman selling his wares. We enjoy...More
Cherry Tree Hill (is not a place) it is a lonely road with a magnificent view of the east coast. I recommend to be cautious when stopping on this road to take photos, keep car doors locked to prevent unwanted visitors. This is one place...More
This is a stunning spot with vistas of the east coast of Barbados, it truly is an amazing place which in my opinion warrants 5 stars. Unfortunately a lot of sellers have parked up here to sell their wares, which is just rubbish really, which...More
It was tempting not to stop because of the sheer numbers of hawkers who have set up stall next to the view selling their rubbish. Beautiful view though of the Atlantic coast. Not much else there other than the view so basically just look at...More
We hired a car drove to cherry tree hill. The view was nice but felt a little uncomfortable getting out of car. We drove off and around the corner a man stepped in front of a car waving. So we stopped he told us the...More
Spectacular views of the coast, we only stopped here for around 5 minutes to take in the view but I’m sure there is much more to see (I’ve read there’s a rum distillery and a plantation house around).
If we had more time on the...More