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Animal Flower Cave

North Point, Barbados
+1 246-439-8797
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NOTE : THE CAVE IS A NATURAL SEA CAVE - IT IS SLIPPERY, IT IS WET, IT IS A SEA CAVE. WE DO SEND A GUIDE WITH EACH TOUR TO AIDE PEOPLE AS NEEDED. WE DO ADVISE THE ELDERLY AND THOSE NOT FIRM ON THEIR FEET TO STAY 'UP TOP'AND ENJOY THE SCENERY AND MAYBE A RUM PUNCH OR TWO! A Natural Wonder of Barbados not to be missed. Located at the most northerly tip of the Island is the Animal Flowr Cave where the coastal scenery is spectacular. The cave got its name from the tube worms that are found in its many rock pools, these are seasonal however so not always in residence, regardless the cave itself is still well worth a visit. You can even swim inside the largest rock pool inside the cave which a fantastic adventure all by itself. Make sure you bring your swim wear and towels. The views from the naturally formed windows out to the ocean are fabulous so bring your camera too. There is now a new restaurant on site and seating area with panoramic sea views, there is a children's playpark too so plan to spend some time with us enjoying the cool sea breezes and the fabulous views that we love to share with you all. NOTE : THE CAVE IS A NATURAL SEA CAVE - IT IS SLIPPERY, IT IS WET, IT IS A SEA CAVE. WE DO SEND A GUIDE WITH EACH TOUR TO AIDE PEOPLE AS NEEDED. WE DO ADVISE THE ELDERLY AND THOSE NOT FIRM ON THEIR FEET TO STAY 'UP TOP'AND ENJOY THE SCENERY AND MAYBE A RUM PUNCH OR TWO!
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Reviewed 4 days ago

It is worth visiting this stretch of coastline, including the caves which contained a very small number of sea anemones. The guided tour, although inexpensive, was limited in its information and sadly, there appeared to be little emphasis on conservation of the fauna and flora...More

2  Thank Helen H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place is well worth the trip to the north part of the island. Great views of the rugged coast from “up top”. Spectacular views in the cave!

Thank NDStones
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Hired a car and drove out to animal cave after it being recommended by the guy who we rented our apartment from. Didn’t really know what to expect but were really blown away with this place, one of my favourite places we visited in barbados....More

Thank jlp475
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did not actually go down to the cave as we didn’t take our swim suits. However we did take some great pics and had a delicious lunch there. Try the hot seafood pot pie! It is to die for!

Thank Hvnahoot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The northernmost point on Barbados with its rugged cliffs, dramatic sea and a really cool cave you can go down into. The site has a bar, restaurant and even a cute little playground. It’s a dramatic landscape. The cave itself is worth going to visit....More

Thank Ally C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a spot where the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet in Barbados causing enormous waves

Thank Vinny P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The views are amazing. We didn’t do the cave once we got there because we just enjoyed the views and the restaurant so much that we felt we didn’t need to do the cave. Not sure if that was the right decision but we didn’t...More

1  Thank Karliesjz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went to the animal flower cave as the year before we walked the cliffs, the seas are always rough due to it being the atlantic. As we went into the cave our guide said there is no health and safety here so watch your...More

1  Thank Rita W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Located on the very north end of the island with the Best views that are imaginable. The caves were closed the day we were there, due to high tide so we weren't able to go in them but the views in itself were worth the...More

Thank GaGirl_13
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had lunch at the restaurant. The food was soooooo good! Try the seafood Calypse (I think it was called). Tasty and very well done! The cave was spectacular and we had a nice guide (included in the entrance fee) And a walk along the...More

1  Thank Malin H
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Vinny P
February 12, 2018|
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Not everyone is prepared... most people chill on the island in flip flops not being aware that something more stables could come handy at this place....
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Bhavin D
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Response from jamie b | Reviewed this property |
I have two children aged 8 and 10. although they didn't come with us, they would have been absolutely fine. it's not really a hike. the 'tour' takes 10-15 minutes (not long but worth it), and if you have a pair of those... More
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Response from Jerry A | Reviewed this property |
I good just that the female lady Carolin Browne I rude and she rushes you
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