Sip on a delicious rum punch at St. Nicholas Abbey
Enjoy the breath-taking view at Cherry Tree Hill
See a beautiful preserved windmill
Have drinks at a genuine Jacobean Mansion
History at its best
About this activity
What's included, what's not
English guided tour
Local Lunch and drink
Round trip transfers from your hotel, airconditioned
All entrance fees
Items from the gift shops
Bottles of rum
Know Before You Book
Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by a paying adult
Pick up times are between 09:00 - 10:00
Comfortable shoes are required
The tour is not wheel chair accessible
What you can expect
Our guide is pleased to welcome you to a beautiful, informative excursion and to spend a wonderful day with us. You will receive information about the original and modern Barbados, as well as the indigenous population. We drive along the west coast to the north of the island, through the green vegetation of the interior – with the wind blowing through the sugar cane fields. On the left and the right you’ll see the different stages of growth. For a glimpse into history, visit St. Nicholas Abbey, an old sugar plantation from the 18th century with its own rum distillery. Unbeatable views of the EastCoast awaits us from Cherry Tree Hill. Continuing to the Atlantic coast we pass Morgan Lewis Windmill the only still functioning sugar mill in Barbados.
It's time for a delicious lunch and a soft drink. Then, on your way to Bathsheba, experience the beautiful wildness of the Atlantic coast before making a stop at one of the oldest churches on the island – St. John’s Church . On our way you will get a glimpse of Cordrington College, a former sugar cane plantation, now a theological college of the Anglican Church.
Then we drive past the airport, the south coast through Oistins and back to your Hotels.