This limestone arch formation, sculpted by the crashing breakers of the Atlantic at Indian Town, is a national park. Blowholes have been carved by the hissing, spitting surf. The park also encompasses some archaeological excavations of Carib artifacts.
Mar 28, 2012
I took some magnificent pictures at Devil's Bridge. It got it's name because so many of the ill treated slaves committed suicide here. Very sad...Our tour Guide..Almond of Pelican Safari took us to this location and to lots of locations most people would not normally see. it was a fantastic experience to tour Devil's Bridge and must of the Island with someone who knows the history, culture and makes it so very interesting!
Oct 13, 2005
...unless you want to be showered as the waves come crashing thru the blowholes. We've been twice, and will go again. A very scenic spot for those who appreciate nature and its forces.