Ok for a quick stop. Not sure why they charge $3 unless you count bathroom is incluced. Not a must but garden is pretty.
About Caribelle Batik
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Old sugar cane plantation with vegetation 400 years old. It’s almost a jungle! Batik demonstration is ok, not spectacular. Shop has strikingly beautiful bright colored items from iPad covers to pillows to art work for the wall. Snack shop is pretty limited to drinks and...More
The gardens surrounding the batik shop are really lovely but the batik area is little more than a retail outlet.
Allow plenty of time to enjoy all the history of this interesting site, the sub-tropical plantings & natural forest, the workmanship of the batik craft, the excellent shop with a really good range of not too expensive clothes & souvenirs. Ask questions, the staff are...More
To visit to the Batik shop costs money to enter. We have never been to a commercial establishment where we had to pay to go in to shop. Really unusual. The grounds, however, are really gorgeous with most of the plants named. A woman explained...More
Overall grounds very well kept, excellent tropical floral photo ops. Beautiful wearable art Batik works .. children to adult as well as household art, gifts. Prices were decent.
The grounds are very pretty, but when we were there, the batik demo was not a demo at all, just someone talking through the process, which was very disappointing. It's basically just a gift shop.
hours say they should have been open but closed tight...random closing probably due to no cruise ships in port. Very disappointing.
Interesting place to visit. Beautiful gardens, but even more beautiful artwork - on the clothes and actual paintings. The artists will take time to explain the process. The products are expensive, but there is a lot of time invested. One caution: if you are buying...More
Most souvenirs seem to be made in Pakistan or China. So lovely to be able to buy something created locally and of such good quality. The Batik process is also explained as you walk in.