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Barbados Half Day Coastal Sightseeing Private Tour

Barbados Half Day Coastal Sightseeing Private Tour - Diamond Valley, Caribbean
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Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Location: Diamond Valley, Caribbean

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$180.00

Ride in comfort while exploring Barbados from coast to coast with a courteous, honest, friendly and well informed driver/guide. Travelers will be able to take photos at their various stops, purchase souvenirs if needed ... More info ›

Ride in comfort while exploring Barbados from coast to coast with a courteous, honest, friendly and well informed driver/guide. Travelers will be able to take photos at their various stops, purchase souvenirs if needed. Enjoy locally made beverages such as rum punch, beers and rum of their choice, at a rum shop stop while mingling with the locals. They will also enjoy an appetizing local lunch along the coast in rural Barbados. Additionally, spending time at the beach swimming, sun tanning or relaxing is optional.

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Stop At: Holetown Beach, Holetown Barbados

Travelers will visit Holetown Beach where they can purchase souvenirs and take photos of the picturesque beach.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: The Speightstown Mural, Queen's Street, Speightstown Barbados

At this stop, travelers will have the opportunity to take a stroll through this beach front town where they can shop and take photos.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Animal Flower Cave, North Point Barbados

Travelers will be able to take photos of the amazing view from the cliff which over hangs the sea.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Barclays Park, Ermy Bourne Highway, Benab Barbados

At Barclays Park, travelers will be able to stop and have a beverage at a local bar.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Bathsheba Beach, Sandy Beach, Bathsheba Barbados

At Bathsheba Beach, travelers will be able to take photos of this breathtaking beach and its many features.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: St. John's Parish Church, Barbados

At this stop, travelers will be able to take photos of the beautiful view at St. John Parish Church.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Codrington College, Barbados

Travelers will have the opportunity to visit this 18th century theological college and take photos.

Duration: 20 minutes

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Barbados Paradise Sightseeing Tour

Barbados Paradise Sightseeing Tour - Diamond Valley, Caribbean
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Diamond Valley, Caribbean

From USD
$48.00

Everyone wants to spend a day in paradise and Barbados is truly just that. This 4 hour tour will include stops at Cherry Tree Hill, Morgan Lewis Windmill, Cattlewash, Bathsheba, St John's Church, the parish of St George, Gun Hill signal station and Garrison historical area. After the tour you have the option to be returned to your hotel or cruise ship, Bridgetown for shopping or Copacabana Barbados for beach time.

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Stop At: Cherry Tree Hill, Barbados

Approximately 850 feet above sea-level, this spot offers an excellent view of the "Scotland District" which covers the parish of St.Andrew and is named after the Patron Saint of Scotland.

It is believed that the name "Cherry Tree Hill" originated from the large number of cherry trees which once existed at this location.

Today the road is lined with mahogany trees, which were introduced into Barbados after the Treaty of Paris in 1763 ... More info ›

Everyone wants to spend a day in paradise and Barbados is truly just that. This 4 hour tour will include stops at Cherry Tree Hill, Morgan Lewis Windmill, Cattlewash, Bathsheba, St John's Church, the parish of St George, Gun Hill signal station and Garrison historical area. After the tour you have the option to be returned to your hotel or cruise ship, Bridgetown for shopping or Copacabana Barbados for beach time.

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Stop At: Cherry Tree Hill, Barbados

Approximately 850 feet above sea-level, this spot offers an excellent view of the "Scotland District" which covers the parish of St.Andrew and is named after the Patron Saint of Scotland.

It is believed that the name "Cherry Tree Hill" originated from the large number of cherry trees which once existed at this location.

Today the road is lined with mahogany trees, which were introduced into Barbados after the Treaty of Paris in 1763. As you descend the hill the mahogany trees give way to swaying sugar cane.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Morgan Lewis Mill, St. Andrew Barbados

Morgan Lewis Windmill is located in the scenic hills of St. Andrew in Barbados and commands a most commanding view of the phenomenal east coast. Built in 1727, this typical wind-driven mill once crushed sugarcane to produce juice during the 18th and 19th centuries. Morgan Lewis Windmill stopped its operation in 1947 and was subsequently handed over to the Barbados National Trust for preservation as a museum. Morgan Lewis Windmill is among the World Monuments Fund list of 100 Most Endangered Sites in the World.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Bathsheba Beach, Sandy Beach, Bathsheba Barbados

Legend has it that Bathsheba, wife of King David, bathed in milk to keep her skin beautiful and soft. Legend also says that the surf covered white waters of Bathsheba, Barbados rich in minerals and life is said to resemble Bathsheba's bath in both appearance health giving value.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: St. John's Church, St John, Union Hall Barbados

Built in 1846 to replace the church that was destroyed by the Great Hurricane of 1831, this classic Gothic church is solid and soaring. The church grounds are serene and the cliff-edge site commands a sweeping view of the picturesque east coast. A noteworthy statue and funerary plaques add to the interest, and a small guidebook gives you details. In the churchyard rests Ferdinando Paleologus, a descendant of Emperor Constantine the Great, whose family was driven from the throne in Constantinople by the Turks. Ferdinando died here in 1678, after being a resident for over 20 years. Though always English, Barbados has attracted multinationals for quite some time.

Duration: 25 minutes

Pass By: Gun Hill Signal Station, Hwy. 4 Barbados

Gun Hill is the finest of a series of signal stations built in 1818. These stations sighted ships approaching Barbados and signaled to each other, advising of the type of vessel and whether if was a friend or foe! In case of attack, the forts and soldiers could be quickly readied to defend the island. In the signal tower a chart shows just what detailed information could be relayed with the use of a few flags. The signal stations were also used to warn of slave rebellions on the island.

Stop At: Barbados Garrison, Bridgetown Barbados

The location is the Historic Garrison Savannah, close to the capital, Bridgetown. The Garrison Savannah has been the home of horse racing in Barbados since 1845. The officers of the British Regiment, who were stationed in Barbados, used what was then the parade ground to match their horses in races and the wealthy merchants and planters later joined them.


Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Carlisle Bay, Bay Street, Bridgetown Barbados

Carlisle Bay is a nice tranquil beach located just on the outskirts of Bridgetown, where the focal point is the bobbing boats moored in the bay. It is a vast area of mostly placid and clear waters with no undertow, and is excellent for photos, snorkeling and Scuba diving, while boasting the most visited dive sites in Barbados. We will visit Copacaban on Carlisle bay where you will be greeted with a welcome drink and use of a beach lounger and shared umbrella is included whilst you enjoy some time at the beach


Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Glory Tours, Bridgetown Cruise Port, Bridgetown Barbados

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Barbados Flora & Fauna

Barbados Flora & Fauna - Diamond Valley, Caribbean

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Diamond Valley, Caribbean

From USD
$126.00

Our first stop is St Nicholas Abbey, this Plantation House is likely the last remaining authentic house of the 17th Century that exists anywhere in the "New World".

After a wonderful visit to St. Nicholas Abbey it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our seaside lunch stop ... More info ›

Our first stop is St Nicholas Abbey, this Plantation House is likely the last remaining authentic house of the 17th Century that exists anywhere in the "New World".

After a wonderful visit to St. Nicholas Abbey it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our seaside lunch stop. After lunch we will visit tthe seaside town of Bathsheba, famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf.

Andromeda Botanic Gardens was created by Iris Bannochie in (1914-1988) Mrs Bannochie was the foremost horticulturalist in Barbados; winner of three Gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show; and she was awarded the prestigious Veitch Medal by the Royal Horticultural Society, England.

Our last but certainly not least enjoyable stop for the day will be Huntes Gardens owned and run by Mr. Anthony Hunte; this garden in a sink hole that has been transformed into one of the most beautiful spots on the island.



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Stop At: St. Nicholas Abbey, Cherry Tree Hill, BB26007 Barbados

St Nicholas Abbey is located in Saint Peter, Barbados, and is a plantation house, museum and rum distillery Colonel Benjamin Berringer built the house in 1658. This house is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere. It's similar to the English Jacobean-era manor houses of the first half of the seventeenth century, the period between the Tudor and Georgian styles, beginning in the reign of James I.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Cherry Tree Hill Reserve, Barbados

Cherry Tree Hill is eight hundred and fifty (850) ft above sea level and is a part of St. Nicholas Abbey plantation. Actually due to the size of the St. Nicholas Abbey property, Cherry Tree Hill actually borders, St.Peter and St. Andrew. Many years ago, the drive on either side to get to it was flanked by cherry trees, thus the reason for its name; however these were replaced with mahogany trees which now line the road. The trees were planted in celebration of the signing of The Treaty of Paris in 1763

Pass By: Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill, Morgan Lewis Barbados

The Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill was built in 1727 it is one of the many Barbadian windmills once used to produce sugar, and one of the two last functioning sugar windmills in the world.

The Morgan Lewis Mill ceased grinding sugarcane for commercial purposes in 1947 and was subsequently given to the Barbados National Trust.


Stop At: Barclays Park, Ermy Bourne Highway, Benab Barbados

Enjoy Lunch at the seaside at Chill’n Breeze located in Barclays Park

Barclays Park, a 50-acre park climbing up a hillside on the east coast of the island, was opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1966 - the year of Barbados' independence..

Barclays Park overlooks the very scenic Cattlewash area, where the Atlantic waves pound the shores. It's a lovely spot to enjoy the spectacular views and refreshing island breezes. There are plenty of picnic benches, shaded by lovely Casuarina trees.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Bathsheba Beach, Sandy Beach, Bathsheba Barbados

Bathsheba

Bathsheba is located on the Eastern coastline of Barbados. It is said that this area was named after the wife of King David whose name was “Bathsheba”. Legend has it that she bathed in milk to keep her skin beautiful and soft, and the rolling surf waters of Bathsheba’s “Soup Bowl” resembled Bathsheba’s bath. The area is popular with surfers. It is a popular area for locals and visitors alike and is dotted with several seaside cottages.


Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Andromeda Botanic Gardens, 3 Hwy, Bathsheba Barbados

Andromeda Botanic Gardens was created by Iris Bannochie in (1914-1988) Mrs Bannochie was the foremost horticulturalist in Barbados; winner of three Gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show; recipient of the Silver Crown of Merit issued by the government of Barbados; and she was awarded the prestigious Veitch Medal by the Royal Horticultural Society, England. The garden Iris’ private retreat for 22 years and was opened to the public in 1976. On our tour you will get the opportunity to tour the Gardens

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Hunte's Gardens, Highway 3A Barbados

Hunte's Garden is a picturesque and path offers many surprises, thanks to the superbly created series of mini-gardens embedded within the main large unit, combining vibrant colours and textures of rare exotic plants to offer the visitor a most uplifting and fulfilling experience. The owner and creator of this beauty, Anthony Hunte, is the heart and soul of this place. You may meet him in the garden or around his extraordinary house and you can be sure to be welcomed with fascinating & colorful stories.

Be sure to have your camera ready, as birds and animals love to visit this garden too!

Your exquisite experience is gloriously heightened by classical music subtly wafting in the air, adding an extra layer of delight to an amazing ambiance.

This magical garden has been featured in many Gardening publications and TV series.


Duration: 1 hour

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Barbados Past & Present

Barbados Past & Present - Diamond Valley, Caribbean

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Diamond Valley, Caribbean

From USD
$150.00

Barbados Past & Present is a beautiful melody or the past and present.

Our first stop is St Nicholas Abbey, this Plantation House.

After a wonderful visit to St. Nicholas Abbey it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our seaside lunch stop ... More info ›

Barbados Past & Present is a beautiful melody or the past and present.

Our first stop is St Nicholas Abbey, this Plantation House.

After a wonderful visit to St. Nicholas Abbey it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our seaside lunch stop. After lunch we will visit tthe seaside town of Bathsheba, famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf.

Andromeda Botanic Gardens was created by Iris Bannochie in (1914-1988) awarded the prestigious Veitch Medal by the Royal Horticultural Society, England. The garden Iris’ private retreat for 22 years and was opened to the public in 1976.

Our last but certainly not least enjoyable stop for the day will be Harrisons Cave. At the cave you will board electric trams and travel through the winding tunnels viewing majestic caverns and the stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing in them for many centuries. A

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Stop At: St. Nicholas Abbey, Cherry Tree Hill, BB26007 Barbados

St Nicholas Abbey is located in Saint Peter, Barbados, and is a plantation house, museum and rum distillery Colonel Benjamin Berringer built the house in 1658. This house is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere. It's similar to the English Jacobean-era manor houses of the first half of the seventeenth century, the period between the Tudor and Georgian styles, beginning in the reign of James I.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Cherry Tree Hill Reserve, Barbados

Cherry Tree Hill is eight hundred and fifty (850) ft above sea level and is a part of St. Nicholas Abbey plantation. Actually due to the size of the St. Nicholas Abbey property, Cherry Tree Hill actually borders, St.Peter and St. Andrew. Many years ago, the drive on either side to get to it was flanked by cherry trees, thus the reason for its name; however these were replaced with mahogany trees which now line the road. The trees were planted in celebration of the signing of The Treaty of Paris in 1763

Pass By: Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill, Morgan Lewis Barbados

The Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill was built in 1727 it is one of the many Barbadian windmills once used to produce sugar, and one of the two last functioning sugar windmills in the world.

The Morgan Lewis Mill ceased grinding sugarcane for commercial purposes in 1947 and was subsequently given to the Barbados National Trust.


Stop At: Barclays Park, Ermy Bourne Highway, Benab Barbados

Enjoy Lunch at the seaside at Chill’n Breeze located in Barclays Park

Barclays Park, a 50-acre park climbing up a hillside on the east coast of the island, was opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1966 - the year of Barbados' independence..

Barclays Park overlooks the very scenic Cattlewash area, where the Atlantic waves pound the shores. It's a lovely spot to enjoy the spectacular views and refreshing island breezes. There are plenty of picnic benches, shaded by lovely Casuarina trees.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Andromeda Botanic Gardens, 3 Hwy, Bathsheba Barbados

Andromeda Botanic Gardens was created by Iris Bannochie in (1914-1988) Mrs Bannochie was the foremost horticulturalist in Barbados; winner of three Gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show; recipient of the Silver Crown of Merit issued by the government of Barbados; and she was awarded the prestigious Veitch Medal by the Royal Horticultural Society, England. The garden Iris’ private retreat for 22 years and was opened to the public in 1976.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Harrison's Cave, Welchman Hall Barbados

The spectacular HARRISON'S CAVE in Barbados is geographically located in the centre of the island, a natural phenomenon unique to the tropical world. Specially designed transport takes you down through the underground tunnels to a sight so beautiful, that few can compare.

In the specially lighted caverns at Harrison's Cave, view the majestic stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries. Cascading through the caves, the crystal blue waters form magnificent pools and waterfalls, filling the senses with sights and sounds of such pure wonder.


Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Bathsheba Beach, Sandy Beach, Bathsheba Barbados

Bathsheba is located on the Eastern coastline of Barbados. It is said that this area was named after the wife of King David whose name was “Bathsheba”. Legend has it that she bathed in milk to keep her skin beautiful and soft, and the rolling surf waters of Bathsheba’s “Soup Bowl” resembled Bathsheba’s bath. The area is popular with surfers. It is a popular area for locals and visitors alike and is dotted with several seaside cottages.

Duration: 20 minutes

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Barbados History & Horticulture

Barbados History & Horticulture  - Diamond Valley, Caribbean

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Diamond Valley, Caribbean

From USD
$134.00

Join us on a visit to Orchid World located on a beautiful eight acre tropical garden surrounded by sugarcane, in the heart of the Barbadian countryside.

The meandering pathways lead you through a tour of various orchid houses, home to thousands of beautiful orchids.

Then visit Bathsheba famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf ... More info ›

Join us on a visit to Orchid World located on a beautiful eight acre tropical garden surrounded by sugarcane, in the heart of the Barbadian countryside.

The meandering pathways lead you through a tour of various orchid houses, home to thousands of beautiful orchids.

Then visit Bathsheba famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf. After a morning of adventure it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our lunch stop in Martin Bay.

After lunch we will make a short stop at St John's Church one of the oldest churches on the island, set on a cliff and capturing spectacular views.

Our last stop is Sunbury Plantation a restored grand old 'great house' is more than 300 years old and overflowing with history. It is the only one of the many great houses in Barbados with all rooms open for public viewing, and is a perfect representation of an early Barbados Sugar Estate Great House.

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Stop At: Orchid World & Tropical Flower Garden, Groves, St George Barbados

Join us on a visit to Orchid World located on a beautiful eight acre tropical garden surrounded by sugarcane, in the heart of the Barbadian countryside.

The meandering pathways lead you through a tour of various orchid houses, home to thousands of beautiful orchids

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Bathsheba Beach, Sandy Beach, Bathsheba Barbados

Bathsheba is located on the Eastern coastline of Barbados. It is said that this area was named after the wife of King David whose name was “Bathsheba”. Legend has it that she bathed in milk to keep her skin beautiful and soft, and the rolling surf waters of Bathsheba’s “Soup Bowl” resembled Bathsheba’s bath. The area is popular with surfers. It is a popular area for locals and visitors alike and is dotted with several seaside cottages.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: St. John's Parish Church, Barbados

After a morning of adventure it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our lunch stop in Martin Bay. 1 hour stop

After lunch we will make a short stop at St John's Church one of the oldest churches on the island, set on a cliff and capturing spectacular views. 15 min stop

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

Stop At: Sunbury Plantation House, Highway 48 Barbados

Our last stop is Sunbury Plantation a restored grand old 'great house' is more than 300 years old and overflowing with history. It is the only one of the many great houses in Barbados with all rooms open for public viewing, and is a perfect representation of an early Barbados Sugar Estate Great House.

Sunbury House features a collection of mahogany antiques, old prints, china, glassware and silver as well as a unique collection of antique horse-drawn carriages. This superbly furnished historic museum brings to life the 1600s - 1800s with true impressions of what life was like on a Sugar Plantation or Estate in Barbados during that era.

Duration: 1 hour

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Mount Gay Tasting And Lunch Experience in Barbados

Mount Gay Tasting And Lunch Experience in Barbados - Diamond Valley, Caribbean
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Diamond Valley, Caribbean

From USD
$75.00

Mount Gay Rum, the oldest, most storied rum in the world, has been produced in Barbados with passion and unparalleled craftsmanship since 1703, thus earning it the title “the rum that invented rum.” On this tasting Experience you will learn about the history of Mount Gay rum, experience a serving of 4 signature rums and enjoy traditional Bajan fare with signature live food stations and a bottomless rum punch station while relaxing on the deck. Round-trip hotel transportation is included.

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Stop At: Mount Gay Visitor Centre, Spring Garden Highway Exmouth Gap, Brandons, Bridgetown Barbados

After pickup from your Barbados hotel you will be taken to the Mount Gay Vistor Centre where you will discover the history and craftsmanship of Mount Gay rum. The Tasting will kick off with complimentary Rum Punch which you can enjoy while your Brand Host takes you through the legacy Museum which offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into the illustrious history of Mount Gay Rum and the island of Barbados.

From there, you will view a short film that will provide even more information about Mount Gay and its rum production ... More info ›

Mount Gay Rum, the oldest, most storied rum in the world, has been produced in Barbados with passion and unparalleled craftsmanship since 1703, thus earning it the title “the rum that invented rum.” On this tasting Experience you will learn about the history of Mount Gay rum, experience a serving of 4 signature rums and enjoy traditional Bajan fare with signature live food stations and a bottomless rum punch station while relaxing on the deck. Round-trip hotel transportation is included.

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Stop At: Mount Gay Visitor Centre, Spring Garden Highway Exmouth Gap, Brandons, Bridgetown Barbados

After pickup from your Barbados hotel you will be taken to the Mount Gay Vistor Centre where you will discover the history and craftsmanship of Mount Gay rum. The Tasting will kick off with complimentary Rum Punch which you can enjoy while your Brand Host takes you through the legacy Museum which offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into the illustrious history of Mount Gay Rum and the island of Barbados.

From there, you will view a short film that will provide even more information about Mount Gay and its rum production. After the short film you will be taken to the Tasting Room where you will enjoy a tasting of 3 Mount Gay rums. Your Host will walk you through the tasting explaining the differences between each rum that you taste.  

After the tasting, you will enjoy a traditional Bajan lunch with live food stations and a endless Rum Punch station. Enjoy the food and drinks while relaxing on the deck. You will also be given time to visit the gift shop where you can purchase some bottles, gifts or souvenirs for yourself. A few of the rums can only be purchased on the island!  

At around 2:30pm you will be taken back to your Barbados hotel to enjoy the rest of your day.

Duration: 1 hour

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