Island Safari Jeeps on Tour in the East Coast, St. Andrew, Barbados Pocket Guide

Island Tours

The island of Barbados is filled with surprises. So many that it would be best for you to simply discover them all as opposed to being told of them. Nevertheless, it is our duty to at least inform you of some of them to get you on your way.


Let's start with Barbados' scenery which is somewhat of a fascinating aspect of the island's tours in itself. The rugged and unspoilt glory that abounds the island's east coast is a sight to see. Attractions such as Mount Hillaby which is the highest point on the island or Chalky Mount where you can see the island's potters at work, are but a few attractions on the east coast of Barbados.


Heading more towards the center of the island, one can take a trip to Welchman Hall Gully where you readily tap into the peaceful feel of a fascinating gully that has both tropical and exotic plants or you can visit Harrison's Cave, which is a crystallized limestone cave that runs deep beneath the surface of the earth.


For those who just want to do their own 'stop and gaze', the options are also quite numerous for that kind of tour. You can hop into a mini-moke, hire a scooter or a bicycle to get on your way.


We've fuelled you, now you need to make the descision on just how you will go about your own self-drive island tour. Whether you take in an Island Safari Tour, an Adventureland 4 x 4 Tour, hire a car, book with Johnson's Tours or go on a scenic bus ride, all roads lead to the beauty and absolute intrigue the island of Barbados has to offer.


For a list of some of the island tours available in Barbados, click here.


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