Barbados’s renowned tourist attraction Harrison’s Cave has new owners who are extremely optimistic about future prospects for the St Thomas location as they prepare to roll out the highly-anticipated EC$9 million (KY$2.8m) upgrades. It will reopen next week and upgrades will be done around visitors.
Marc Melville is Group Chief Executive Officer of Chukka Caribbean Adventures. He said work will begin in August and should last between six to eight months.
Chukka Caribbean Adventures, Jamaica’s largest nature adventure tour operator, took over the management of the Harrison’s Cave attraction last December under a 25-year lease arrangement.
With a new logo, the new-look Harrison’s Cave Eco-Adventure Park is to consist of several exciting features including a challenge course, a free fall platform, a children’s play area, a suspension bridge, cuisine tour, bird aviary, a dry slide, an interactive green monkey experience, a canopy zip line and an infinity pool.
Harrison’s Cave will reopen to the public on July 2. Visitors must make reservations under strict COVID-19 protocols.
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