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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
All reviews the cliff steep steps flip flops sea anemones stunning views the atlantic ocean waves crashing worth the trip animal flower on site natural pool slippery rocks unique experience fish cakes be careful the north end guide takes
We did a private 5 1/2 tour around the island and our tour guide stopped here so we did the tour. Steep steps to get down into the caves but worth it. Walked around on the top to see everything. We could see down the...More
Interesting if you like caves, not much to see, and if you are the least bit unsure of your step, then dont go here. There are 27 steep steps to go down and then come back up. Once down to the bottom you are walking...More
This is an absolute must if you are in Barbados. We rented a car and drove there on our own so you don’t need to spend a fortune on a tour if you don’t want to. The views from the restaurant area are wirth a...More
The caves are very interesting and the overall scenery of the northern tip of Barbados is very rugged. Beautiful vista with waves crashing on the worn jagged cliffs. The restaurant has good food and is reasonably priced.
This place is amazing........we have to see these caves that go under the cliffs.....has like 3 gift shops and bar along with a area to eat.......this is on the Atlantic side of the island.....a must see.
You need to be agile and wearing sturdy shoes , other than that it’s a careful descent to the caves and a relaxing bathe in the natural pool . Worth the visit as it’s so unique . Food and drinks were fine , we had...More
We absolutely loved this place. During our visit the sea swell was particularly high, so the waves crashing were more dramatic than usual, but it was stunning. There are little gift shops on site and a local artist was our tour guide. There are 27...More