The latest addition to Barbados’ premier tourist attraction is already gathering momentum, only a week after it was introduced to the public. The Harrison’s Cave Eco-Adventure Park, which is now being operated by CHUKKA Caribbean Adventures (Barbados) Ltd., has also increased its employment to 90 people, up from 60 a month ago.
Chukka/Harrison Caves Barbados representatives photographed with the graduating class of community school, Holy Innocents Primary. Prizes were donated to students awarded for helpfulness, most improved, good academic progress/behaviour, consistent good work, artistic talent – congratulation to the graduating class!
The multi-million dollar upgrades at Barbados’ premier tourist attraction are taking shape as work progresses smoothly but a little behind schedule due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MONTEGO BAY, St James — A groundbreaking partnership between two of the island’s leading companies, Chukka Caribbean Adventures and spirits giant J Wray & Nephew Limited (JWN), went into effect on December 1, 2021 and could spark a revival of tourism on Jamaica’s south coast.
Harrison’s Cave to re-open on July 2nd Harrison’s Cave will reopen to the public on the 2nd of July, 2021 in time for the start of summer. Andrea Franklin, Country Manager, Chukka Barbados, the company charged with managing the attraction, confirmed that the reopening is timed to support the relaunch of the tourism sector for the 2021…