Harrison’s Cave is a spectacular place and therefore is well worth the visit. It’s one of the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia’s “Seven Wonders of Barbados”. So, it is one of the island’s most famous attractions.
Harrison’s Cave amazing gallery of stalactites hanging from the roof of the cave, and stalagmites emerging from the ground. Furthermore, the streams of running water dropping from breathtaking waterfalls to form deep emerald pools are a must.
The most popular way to see the cave is by the electrically operated trams down through the extensive system of caves. During the tour, the guides give historical information on the cave. At the lowest level point in the cave, you can walk alongside a spectacular waterfall which plunges into a deep pool below. This is truly an awesome wonder!
In conclusion, to your visit, there is a refreshment area and handicraft shops. In addition, with an exhibit of Amerindian artefacts that were excavated from various sites around the island.
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