Our tour covers about 1.5 miles and lasts 3 hrs
Tour runs from 11 a.m to 2 p.m, Monday- Saturday, except public holidays.
Small tour groups ensure a comfortable experience for everyone.
Tour ends 5 minutes walk from the Bridgetown Cruise Terminal where your ship docks.
Vegetarian and gluten free diets can be accommodated. Not suitable for vegan diets.
Advanced ticket purchase required.
Indulge in the food, history and culture of Bridgetown with one of our excellent guides! Our tour covers about 1.5 miles and lasts 3 hrs. You will visit various monuments, public squares and churches learning about their history, while of course, satisfying those cravings for local Bajan food.
Simply Barbados' best food tour!
Meeting point: Independence Square
Independence Square is located along the southern border of the waterfront between the two bridges. Meet at the bronze Statue of Errol Barrow.
Endpoint: McGregor Street (About 5 - 10 minutes walk from the cruise port)
No, there is no difference. If you are arriving by ship and would like to experience our day tour, we suggest that you purchase the Cruise Excursion ticket, as this ticket will give detailed directions from the cruise terminal to our start location.
Our tours are scheduled to finish by 2 pm, and our ending location is 5 – 10 minutes walk from the cruise terminal.
You can either walk to the start location about 10 – 15 minutes away, or you can get a taxi from the cruise port, about US$3 per person.
Please let us know if you, or anyone in your group, has any dietary allergies when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can try to accommodate your needs.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
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"We were on a cruise and decided to book this instead of going on a much more expensive shipboard excursion. We thoroughly enjoyed the walking tour of Bridgetown, learning the rich history of the town and island, and of course the food!"