These caves were first mentioned in print in 1795 but were forgotten for almost 200 years. In the early 1970s, they were rediscovered. They opened as a tourist attraction in 1981 and have now become the number one tourist attraction in Barbados. Tourists can access this eerie underground world on a tramway.
The caves are the natural result of limestone rock being worn away by the passage of water over time. The calcium rich waters have formed the unusual stalactites and stalagmites over time. (If you forget which is which, remember that tites fall down and mites grow up).
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