Depart the pier for a scenic drive along the Spring Garden Highway to Cherry Tree Hill, the most photographed spot on the island. Pass by Morgan Lewis windmill restored by the Barbados National Trust. Then wind your way down the hill to the surfing capital of the world, The Soup at Bathsheba. Take in the rugged and breathtaking scenery of the East Coast, on your way to the stop at the fishing village in Martin’s Bay, where you will enjoy a local fish cake, banana bread with a cold drink. Take a stroll on the beach and enjoy the incredible views. Then, make your way to St. John's Parish Church, which stands on a cliff face, 800ft above sea level.
Continue your tour by heading inland through sugar cane fields and the rural countryside, as you make your way to Orchid World and Tropical Flower Garden. Orchid World is home to over hundreds of exquisite orchids. A meandering path winds its way between outcrops of coral, rock gardens, cool shady gullies and tranquil ponds. The orchids themselves are truly spectacular. Thousands of orchids are grown in shaded houses and outside on freestanding palisades. During your visit you’ll be fascinated by the sight of orchid plants growing in mid-air, with their roots completely free of any soil. In front of the wonderful blooms you’ll find information boards offering facts about these unusual plants. Heading back into Bridgetown, you will pass the Parliament Buildings the 3rd oldest in the Western Hemisphere and the statue of Lord Nelson.