Barbados’ Great Cavern

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Harrison’s Cave, in St. Thomas parish, Barbados, has completed an extensive redevelopment. A 40-minute guided tram ride reveals stalagmites, stalactites, limestone formations, underground waterfalls and the Great Cavern with its 100-foot-high ceiling.

From the clifftop, take one of three glass-fronted elevators or enjoy a hike down a cliff trail or a valley trail through lush flora to the valley floor to find the interactive Cave Interpretive Center.

Tours leave every 15 minutes, 8:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m. Open daily except Christmas, Good Friday, Easter and Kadooment Day (first Monday in August). BBD50 (near $30) adult or BBD25 for child three to twelve. Visit www.harrisonscave.com.

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Harrison’s Cave, in St. Thomas parish, Barbados, has completed an extensive redevelopment. A 40-minute guided tram ride reveals stalagmites, stalactites, limestone formations, underground waterfalls and the Great Cavern with its 100-foot-high ceiling.

From the clifftop, take one of three glass-fronted elevators or enjoy a hike down a cliff trail or a valley trail through lush flora to the valley floor to find the interactive Cave Interpretive Center.

Tours leave every 15 minutes, 8:45 a.m.-3:45 p.m. Open daily except Christmas, Good Friday, Easter and Kadooment Day (first Monday in August). BBD50 (near $30) adult or BBD25 for child three to twelve. Visit www.harrisonscave.com.