Harrison's Cave

In the center of Barbados lies one of the island's natural wonders, Harrison's Cave. It was named after Thomas Harrison who owned much of the land within the area back in the 1700s. In 1981 the caves were officially opened.  Harrison's Cave is an active cave, with a massive stream system of at least 2.3km long. The great hall is about 15 meters high and the interior temperature is usually aorund 27 degrees Celsius. We have many tours that take you to visit the caves:

Bajan Wonders (4hrs)

Highlights Include:

  • Harrison's Caves 
  • Mount Gay Rum Tours & Visitor Centre


Caves & Critters (5hrs)

Highlights Include:

  • Harrison's Caves 
  • Wildlife Reserve
  • Scenic drive along East Coast


SunTours Special (7hrs)

Highlights Include:

  • Harrison's Cave
  • St. Nicholas Abbey
  • Wildlife Reserve
  • Scenic drives along the East Coast
  • Cherry Tree Hill
  • Morgan Lewis Windmill
  • Holetown
  • Speightstown
  • Traditional Bajan Lunch