Explore Harrison’s Cave, Barbados Eco-Adventure Treasure 

Harrison’s Cave is a unique and beautiful cave system located in Barbados. When you visit Barbados, you can expect to see a lot of beautiful beaches with crystal clear water. You can also expect to see a lot of green plants and trees because Barbados is a tropical island. Tourists can expect to see some friendly people.

They will want to explore the phenomenal cave system at the Harrison Cave eco-adventure park. The cave consists of a series of chambers and tunnels, formed by the erosion of limestone years ago. Harrison’s Cave is home to a variety of stalactites and stalagmites. As well as some rare and endangered species of bats. 

Harrison’s Cave Formation

Lovers of spelunking can view the unique cave system in Barbados, 700ft above sea level. The cave system has many beautiful stalactite and stalagmite galleries. The stalactites and stalagmites are grown over thousands of years.

Some stalactites reach down far enough to join with stalagmites to form pillars. Deep emerald pools form from crystal-clear streams of running water from breathtaking waterfalls.

Harrison Cave Tours

Visitors to Harrison’s Cave can take a guided tour through the caverns. Where they can learn about the cave’s geology and wildlife. 

The tours are an exciting way to explore this natural wonder. They provide visitors with an up-close look at Harrison’s Cave. One of Barbados’ most important geological landmarks.

You get to this cave by a government operate tram. The tour operators provide you with a lot of information about the formation of the cave. At intervals, you can leave the tram and approach the formations. 

You will be amazed at the size and formation of the stalactites and stalagmites.

Eco-Adventure Park at Harrison’s Cave

The cave is among the hotspots on the island, and it is sure worth the trip. Visitors are free to take pictures and video recordings during their tours. 

One of the largest caverns, called The Great Hall, measures over 50 feet in height. Past The Great Hall, the next stop is The Village. The village has columns formed from some formations. You will also visit and stop in The Chapel, The Rotunda, and The Altar.

At the lowest level of the cave system, you can walk along the spectacular waterfall and view the deep pool.

Harrison Cave tram tours start at 9 am most days. You can also hire local tour guides companies which will include a stop at Harrison’s Cave.

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