Of Flora, Fauna, Hills and Holes Bus Tour

March 25, 2023

9:00 am

Event Description

Barbados is home to different flora, fauna and naturally beautiful landscapes. This tour explodes the landscape of Barbados from the island’s earliest days right up to its present development. Explore them on a Barbados Museum Bus Tour with a difference.

On Saturday, March 25th 2023 at 9 am, the ‘Of Flora, Fauna, Hills & Holes Bus Tour will journey to several sites including Folkstone Marine Park, Andromeda Gardens and Marizayra Sanctuary among others.

Tickets are priced at $100 BDS per person and are inclusive of entry fees into the attractions. Take a packed lunch.

Booking your bus tour tickets or for more information contact the Barbados Museum at 538-0201 or info@barbmuse.org.bb.
A kind reminder that bus tickets are only refundable if the cancellation is communicated to us one (1) week before the scheduled tour.

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