Duration: 6 hours
Departs: Bridgetown, Barbados
Price from USD 77.99
The beautiful beaches and coastal towns of Barbados await you on this coastal sightseeing shore excursion. While youre in port in Barbados, you dont want to miss the islands white-sand beaches, clear blue water and idyllic Caribbean Sea views. These sights are not to be forgotten, either; youll have plenty of chances to get out and take photos.
While youre in port in Barbados, spend your time discovering its great beauty and coastal diversity. On this coastal sightseeing shore excursion, you'll visit the hidden spots and beaches that make Barbados one of the Caribbeans most enchanting islands.
Youll be picked up from your cruise ship port, and driven along the south coast to the Barbados capital of Bridgetown. You'll then travel up the coast, stopping through Oistins, Miami Beach (try some fish cakes and coconut punch here) and Foul Bay. After Foul Bay, visit Codrington College, which is the oldest Theological College in the Western hemisphere.
Next, visit the goth church of St John, one of the oldest churches on the island. This church has spectacular views of the east cost of Barbados.
You'll make your way to lunch after the visit to the St John's Church and then onward to Morgan Lewis Windmill. The windmill sits near Cherry Tree Hill, where you'll make a stop for photos. After this you'll make your journey to the northern tip of the island, stopping at North Point and continuing on through the islands oldest towns - Speightstown and Holetown.
This is the ultimate coastal Barbados adventure, and you dont want to miss admiring the islands incredible natural beauty. The pristine beaches, turquoise water and towering palm trees make for wonderful photos; dont forget your camera, as you will stop several times along the way to capture these scenes.
Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your timely return to Bridgetown for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. See our terms and conditions for full details.