Harrison’s Cave is located in the parish of St. Thomas and is known worldwide as one of Barbados most stunning attractions. Harrison’s Cave was formed naturally from limestone rock and the process of erosion.
Harrison’s Cave is an impressive limestone cave with a network of tunnels which visitors explore in electric trams. Along the tour, visitors can view centuries old stalactites and stalagmites and other magnificent cave formations. An enormous area of Harrison’s Cave is a cavern named “The Great Hall” which is a remarkable 30.48 meters high.
Harrison’s Cave is just astonishing; visitors to the cave will see its amazing waterfalls, dazzling streams of fresh water and many other fabulous cave features. The Harrison’s Cave complex also hosts an exhibit area and craft shops. If you have not visited Harrison’s Cave, make sure it’s on your list of places to tour on your next visit to Barbados.