In the parish of St. Joseph, almost bordering St. John, sits one of the highest points in Barbados. This almost perpendicular cliff, Hackleton Cliff, rises 1000ft above sea level. The story is told about a man who rode his horse off the cliff, according to the legend, the cliff is named after said man, Mr. Hackleton.
With views from the north to the south, Hackleton Cliff affords superb views of the east coast, one of the best on the island. With the fresh breeses and spectacular views, this cliff is a relaxing oasis and allows visitors to be at one with nature. This is a lovely location to discover, or rediscover Barbados.
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