Nat­ural Attractions

Bar­ba­dos is an island filled with beau­ti­ful nat­ural won­ders, from lush veg­e­ta­tion to under­ground streams and caves to be found through­out the island. When tra­vers­ing the island, you can expect to be delighted by the sights, scenes and the rich col­ors of the islands flora and fauna. The rain­bow of color may and have you search­ing for that pot of gold on your merry adven­ture. Speak­ing of adven­ture, there is no com­par­ing a hike through our beau­ti­ful coun­try­side, a great oppor­tu­nity to take in all the nat­ural beauty and his­tory the island has to offer. Free hikes on island occur reg­u­larly brought to you by the Bar­ba­dos National Trust.



If you stopped to ask any Bajan about the most pop­u­lar nat­ural attrac­tion they would invari­ably say Har­risons Cave, St. Thomas, filled with beau­ti­ful water­falls and pools the sparkle like dia­monds in the light. They might then direct you to Androm­eda Gar­dens, a won­drous botan­i­cal gar­den, hid­den away in the St. Joseph coun­try­side on a site that over­looks the islands pic­turesque East Coast. It is a site well worth the drive for Nature lovers.

Harrissons Cave, St Thomas  Barbados Welchman Hall Gully

Bar­ba­dos truly is a geo­log­i­cal island gem. There are many great loca­tions across the island that offers spec­tac­u­lar views of Bar­ba­dos’€™ beau­ti­ful trop­i­cal envi­ron­ment. Bar­ba­dos cer­tainly has no lack of nat­ural beauty.

Arti­cle © Caribbean Dreams Mag­a­zine
Photo #1 orig­i­nally from cari​wave​.com
Photo #2 orig­i­nally from vis​it​bar​ba​dos​.co

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