Island Safari (Barbados, West Indies) Reviews
Newest Review: ... be expecting. We were collected from our hotel at around 8.30am (the driver was a little late, but Barbadians don't generally run to time anyway!). After picking up the rest of the group and paying what we owed, we set off across the island. Our guide was a nice dreadlocked guy named Rastaman (that was his nickname, he wouldn't tell us his real name!) who seemed to know anything and everything about the island. He talked to us throughout the trip, telling us about life in Barbados, the education system (including how kids respect their parents), the sugar cane that's exported and how the island was formed. He was a very knowledgeable a... more
Customer Island Safari (Barbados, West Indies) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 169 readings)
The Isalnd Safari was the second of the two excursions we went on in Barbados - it wasn't quite as good as our sailing cruise (through Calabaza, also reviewed today), but it was a fun and interesting experience. As you can see from the picture above, you're seated sideways-on in a covered 8, 10 or 12-person jeep whilst your guide takes you around the island, pointing out places of interest and telling you stories about Barbados in general. The ride can be a bit bumpy and you'll get to hang on at times, so it's not recommended for the elderly or any women who might be expecting. We were collected from our hotel at around 8.30am (the driver was a ... Read the complete review
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