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Williams Tours Barbados

Bridgetown, Barbados
About Williams Tours Barbados
After convenient pickup from your hotel, settle into an air-conditioned vehicle and set off on a relaxing, visually stimulating drive around the island. A scenic tour of Barbados including visits to Bridgetown and Garrison, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, west coast’s turquoise beaches, Holetown, first British Settlement, Speightstown, a quaint seaside town. The tour will then go to the northern tip of the island - The Animal Flower Cave. We will travel to Cherry tree Hill and then on to the rugged east coasts' famous soup bowl surf spot and St. John’s Church. Other highlights include local rum punch and a delicious buffet lunch at the historic Sunbury Great House.
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Unless you hire a car, visiting Barbados’ Harrison’s Cave and Hunte’s Gardens in half a day can mean juggling public buses and cabs. This tour takes you to both by air-conditioned coach: eliminating any worries about transport or tickets. Explore the stalactite- and stalagmite-filled Harrison’s Cave by tram car, and soak in the botanical delights of Hunte’s Gardens. Pickup and drop-off at hotels and Bridgetown cruise port are included.
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ChrisTravel111 wrote a review May 2021
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Scott made this tour such a memorable experience. Taking in unique sites, learning some cool things, and tasting some amazing liquor -- its never a bad combo. But Scott put this tour over the top. He's a great guy who takes great pride in his island and in making his guests feel comfortable. Just the education on the bus alone made this tour worth it. You really shouldn't visit Barbados without making a little time for rum, and this is the way to do it. I cannot recommend this tour highly enough.
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Date of experience: May 2021
marioL9018JP wrote a review May 2021
Bridgetown, Barbados1 contribution
Williams Tours did a wonderful tour, one of the best we have ever been on. Scott Davis really knows his history and interesting points of the island. The tour took us around the entire island --- excellent.
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Date of experience: May 2021
KarlyMae wrote a review May 2021
Chicago, Illinois42 contributions12 helpful votes
What an amazing tour with Scott today. Thank you so much for your time, experience and knowledge of the area.
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Date of experience: May 2021
Zachary C wrote a review May 2021
Penn Yan, New York6 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I just finished up our tour around the coast of Barbados and we absolutely loved it. Our guide Scott was very knowledgeable and professional. We learned a lot of the island’s history while seeing some amazing views. The stop for lunch had amazing food in a beautiful location. We highly recommend booking this tour.
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Date of experience: May 2021
SimonF wrote a review May 2021
United Kingdom1 contribution
You won’t understand Barbados from your resort. Get out with Scott (born & bred Bajan) in his air conditioned minibus and bluetoothed headset to learn about flora, fauna, history, society, religion, culture, geography, food (lunch included), climate, drink (a free rum punch, proper stuff) and anything else that you want know. If you want to see sea-eroded caves, windmills for crushing sugar cane, appreciate race tracks (horses and cars), understand how many variety of snakes live in the island, why houses are built the way they are, how to plant banana trees, how letters get delivered where there are no addresses, why breadfruit might be the cash crop of the future, despite Non-Disclosure Agreements who’s doing what to who, Scott’s yer man. Not interested in who Abramovich visits, where Princess Margaret’s house was, why people dumped their rubbish on top of Quakers’ family vaults, where they banged up Jerry Hall in the cells, why the largest Jewish cemetery in the Caribbean is in Bridgetown, how many polo fields there are on Barbados, why Simon Cowell’s and Andrew Lloyd Weber’s houses went down the pan, why you need to know much sugar has been added to the rum you are buying, why the Bajan Prime Minister and the Greek Royal Family are buried in different directions in the same churchyard, get someone to check your temperature again cos you’re probably no longer with us. For USD87, buy yourself an education about the Island or just sit back and enjoy the different geography of the Island’s parishes.
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Date of experience: May 2021