Access the more secluded areas of Barbados on this thrilling half-day adventure that transports you into the heart of the island.
Boarding your Land Rover jeep at the pier, you'll depart in convoy, heading first to the parish of St. George where you will be able to view the renowned Gun Hill Signal Station. As you pass this historical site, look for the statue of a lion that was carved from a single piece of stone by Captain Henry Wilkinson in 1868.
Proceeding on to St. Joseph, you'll next venture into Joe's River Forest. Winding along its tree-lined paths, admire rows of ficus, white woods, cabbage palms, mahogany and bearded fig trees. Home to a host of wildlife, this tropical rainforest covers 85 acres of hills, gullies and plains.
At Bathsheba you will stop briefly to delight in striking vistas of rugged hillsides and pounding surf. Then, re-board your jeep for the drive to Cattlewash Hill where you will enjoy a refreshing beverage as you look out over Barbados' lovely countryside.
From here, you'll journey through quaint villages and be treated to some spectacular views while making your way back to the port. Your route also travels through the upscale area of the famous West Coast, home to many five-star hotels and resorts.
Please note: This tour is not available to wheelchair guests, those with mobility concerns, recent back or neck injuries, or pregnant women. No one under the influence of alcohol or drugs may participate. Comfortable, flat shoes with closed-toes must be worn - no sandals are allowed. Light, comfortable clothing, a towel and sunglasses are recommended as well as sun protection. Minimum age to participate in the tour is 5 years old. Guests may be asked to sign a release form before being allowed to take part in the tour. A basket of wine, crackers, dip and fruit will be enjoyed at a chosen location.