This tour takes you through 2 historic towns. Holetown was the site of the first English settlers, and Speightstown was also known as “Little Bristol”. At the heart of the Island visit one of Barbados’ natural wonders, Harrison’s Cave. A tram takes you on an exhilarating forty minutes underground exploration. From there is on to St Nicholas Abbey. The former sugar plantation, in the parish of St.Peter, is one of 3 striking examples of Jacobean architecture still surviving today. To the northeast of the Abbey is Cherry Tree Hill with a commanding view of the Scotland district and the rugged East Coast. Passing Morgan Lewis Windmill, the largest of two still functioning wind-driven mills in the Caribbean. Next is the Barbados Wildlife Reserve where you can stroll freely in this natural habitat and view animals like green monkeys, iguanas, deer, caiman, etc.
This tour also includes a sumptuous, traditional Bajan lunch.