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Discover Barbados’ Landscapes and Enchanting Array of Flora and Fauna

Barbados is as colorful as it is gracious. Explore 70 square miles of lush landscapes and discover the island’s exotic and indigenous flora and fauna. There are an endless amount of hidden gems scattered across Barbados, just waiting for you nature buffs to unearth.
Itinerary Details

Day 1

Welchman Hall Gully Tours
Ranked with a certificate of excellence on Trip Advisor, this three quarter mile long gully is home to a number of exotic and tropical plants.
Location:
St. Thomas

Day 2

Andromeda Botanic Gardens
The Andromeda Botanic Gardens, owned by the Barbados National Trust and managed by Passiflora Limited, was established by Iris Bannochie and her then-husband, Dr Harry Bayley in 1954, who lived in the house on the grounds. Many of the plants found th...
Address:
Andromeda Botanic Gardens, Bathsheba St. Joseph
Location:
St. Joseph
Phone:

Day 3

Hunte's Gardens
It is almost impossible to travel around the island without stumbling across the famous white and red “Hunte’s Gardens” arrows attached to several utility and sign poles. Follow these arrows and you will find a lovely garden deemed ...
Address:
Hunte's Gardens and Nursery Castle Grant , St. Joseph
Location:
St. Joseph

Day 4

Animal Flower Cave
This stunning sea­cave is located under the cliffs at the Northern Tip of the Island.
Address:
North Point, St. Lucy
Location:
St. Lucy

Day 5

Bathsheba Beach
The top surfer's beach in Barbados, located in the rugged eastern parish of St. Joseph. This picturesque village is home to fishing folk, guesthouses and local rum shops and restaurants.
Address:
Bathsheba, St. Joseph
Location:
St. Joseph

Day 6

Scotland District
Scotland District – Located at the top of a sub­marine mountain range, it is the only location in the entire Caribbean where this mountain range is above water. The Scotland district makes up about 20% of the entire island and is located in...
Location:
St. Andrew

Day 7

Harrison's Cave
This unique crystallized limestone cave is one of the island’s most popular attractions.
Address:
Allen View, St. Thomas, St. Thomas
Location:
St. Thomas