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Saint John, Barbados

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Bridgetown: Atlantic Coast Train Line Hike and Bike Tour

1. Bridgetown: Atlantic Coast Train Line Hike and Bike Tour

The adventure begins with pickup from your island accommodation or a convenient meeting point. Arrive at the sleepy fishing village of Tent Bay, characterized by the stunning scenery of the Scottish District that is so wonderfully different to other parts of the island. From Tent Bay embark on a 6 km hike along the rugged East Coast of the island, following the former train line that existed between Bridgetown and Belleplaine in the late 1800s. Along the way, soak up breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and learn about the history and heritage of Barbados from your expert guides. The hike ends at Bath Beach where you’ll hop on your electric bike and start the second part of the tour. Travel along hilly tracks and the coastal cliffs of Forteqsue, passing through Conset Cutting. Arrive at a scenic lookout point and marvel at the incredible view of Culpepper Island before heading back to Bath Beach for some well-deserved complimentary drinks and a swim in the sea.

Antigua: Guided Morning and Sunset Hikes

2. Antigua: Guided Morning and Sunset Hikes

Spend the morning or afternoon spotting colorful birds and tropic fruits on a guided hike through the mountains of Antigua. Both novice and experienced hikers will enjoy the lush trails and views of the tropical waters below. Pickup is provided from your accommodation or cruise ship pier. Ride in a comfortable, air-conditioned van to the starting point, where the adventure begins. Choose the route that best suits your interest and fitness level: Sugar Apple (easy)Mango (medium)Tamarind (challenging)Stinking Toe (very challenging)Sunset tour

Barbados: Bath to Bathsheba Run or Hike

3. Barbados: Bath to Bathsheba Run or Hike

This activity begins at Bath Beach and can be done as a leisurely hike or sporty run. Follow Bath Trail, which was once the route trains took from Bridgetown to Belleplaine in the 1800s, and take in stunning views of the coast. End in Bathsheba, an East Coast fishing village, and named after Bathsheba, the wife of King David. Admire even more breathtaking views of wide white sand beaches that stretch along a dramatic coastline of striking rock formations. Watch as the Atlantic rollers break in cascades of foam.  Be prepared for terrain that varies quite significantly and at times makes this route fairly challenging, but more than memorable.

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What people are saying about Saint John, Barbados

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

We had a most enjoyable morning hiking and cycling around the East Coast of Barbados. I’m now a convert to those E-bikes - they are great!! The post bike ride refreshments were the best tasting refreshments of our holiday to date - I think we’d earned them!! Looking forward to receiving your rum punch recipe

great, very attentive and friendly guides, varied, interesting tour with great views of the east coast, lots of information about the area, hike and e-bike tour very suitable for participants with average fitness.

The tour was great! I didn't expect to have so much fun, go through the fields and see such beautiful landscapes! In some points of the tour very adrenaline! All super! Thank you!

great trip.easy going guides.great mixed route of roads and trails. perfect length and great beverage at the end.