These caverns are definitely a major attraction on Barbados. They are quite enormous and it is a wet cave, with still developing stalactites and stalagmites. (Indeed it was so wet from rains the previous night that the cave was closed the next morning, postponing our scheduled tour.) A couple of streams and several waterfalls (one 40 feet high) are within. There is a big parking area next to extensive entrance buildings and an exhibits room (some of the push-button displays were non-functional). You reach a lower, outdoor level via elevator. There are shops and a small café at that level, plus the entrance to the trams. To accommodate these large carts (about 40 people at once), enormous tunnels have been carved through the caverns. No doubt, some of the caverns were destroyed by this construction project, but they are so extensive, there remains much to see. For anyone who has been to some more pristine caverns, perhaps on a walkway or in a small boat, the beauty in Harrison’s Cave is rather patchy and restricted in location, so these are not must-see caverns. But visiting Harrison’s Cave, with an advance reservation, is surely something to do in Barbados.
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