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Shore Excursion: Explore and Discover Barbados image 1
96 $

Shore Excursion: Explore and Discover Barbados

Explore and Discover Barbados. Our first stop will be Cherry Tree Hill with its breathtaking views of the East Coast; from there the tour will make its way to Morgan Lewis Windmill. Then it will travel through Cattlewash and make a stop in Bathsheba, which was named for its great beauty, and on to St John's Church, one of the oldest churches on the island, set on a cliff, capturing spectacular views. From this gothic church we will journey through the parish of St George, past the Gun Hill signal station and the great white Lion, and then on to the Garrison Historic area.

The second part of your day will be spent at Pirates Cove on Carlisle Bay where you enjoy the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine. After lunch you will take a boat trip to swim with the turtles. In addition, the boat trip will allow you to also enjoy beach time and be provided with a beach lounger, and a complementary drink along with use of their washrooms and freshwater showers.

Explore and Discover Barbados with us. To start your day we will journey over to the East Coast of Barbados. Our first stop will be Cherry Tree Hill with its breathtaking views of the East Coast; from there we will make our way to Morgan Lewis Windmill. The windmill is on the top 100 endangered historical sites in the world. As we come down onto the coastline we will travel through Cattlewash and make a stop in Bathsheba which was named for its great beauty; it is also the location of the Soup Bowl, the favorite stop for surfers in Barbados. Our next stop will be St John's Church, one of the oldest churches on the island, set on a cliff and capturing spectacular views. From this gothic church we will journey through the parish of St George past the Gun Hill signal station and the great white Lion, as we make our way to the Garrison Historic area. The British built first garrison in the West Indies at St. Ann's Fort in 1705. The garrison, which served as the regional headquarters of the British Navy, soon expanded to include barracks and a parade ground. For more than a century was the largest British Colonial garrison. The Garrison has a special importance for the people of Barbados as it was here the flag of the independent nation was unfurled on 30th of November, 1966. For the second part of your day we will spend the afternoon at Pirates Cove on Carlisle Bay where you enjoy the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine. After lunch you will take a boat trip to swim with the turtles. In addition to the boat trip you will also enjoy beach time and be provided with a beach lounger, and a complementary drink along with use of their washrooms and freshwater showers. Please be sure to wear your swimsuits and bring a beach towel for this excursion. Hotel or port pick up and drop off are included in this tour.

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