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the name sort of gives it away

Don't spend more than five minutes here. It's an important part of their history, but a sad part... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Don S
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Rockwall, Texas, United States
Not much to see

Our cruise ship tour bus stopped here for us to view and take pictures. Not much to see, you can... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2017
Elizabeth526
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High Wycombe
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Folklore holds that this dried river bed once flowed blood for three days following a slaughter of Carib Indians by British and French colonial forces.
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3 weeks ago
“the name sort of gives it away”
5 Dec 2017
“Not much to see”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Don't spend more than five minutes here. It's an important part of their history, but a sad part of their history.

Thank Don S
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Reviewed 5 December 2017

Our cruise ship tour bus stopped here for us to view and take pictures. Not much to see, you can only imagine what took place, by the tales you are told.

Thank Elizabeth526
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Reviewed 5 December 2017

Our tour guide stopped here to explain the reason for the rivers name, natives were brought here to be slaughtered. Not a very nice area, lots of trash and not a lot to see there. Stop, take picture and leave. Its right on the main...More

Thank russpei
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Reviewed 1 December 2017

Our tour driver stopped here and told us the history of this particular site. The tale itself was very interesting, but the actual site needs to be improved in order to make it stand out more to the public. There is really no signage or...More

Thank Island_Highlander
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Reviewed 28 June 2017

Family of 3 hiked the Bloody River to the bat cave - my 13 year old daughter loved it! All the rock scrambling, water hiking and climbing up the wooden ladder made it a challenging but fun experience! We rented a car and drove here...More

Thank dinamber
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Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

The river is dried out and there are no signs but who cares if you have some hiking experience it doesn t matter at all, it s a very nice Sunday morning hike, pretty easy, includes some rock hopping and rope climbing but that s...More

Thank rokajoska
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Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

There is a sign on the side of the road that described what happened. There is a dries up river bed that is dried up. But not sure why this is part of the island tour visit. Just wasn't interesting

Thank Ken F
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Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile

The river is not well signposted and one really needs a guide to learn of the significant events that took place here. I only saw the two petroglyphs that were (sadly) painted over on a nearby rock. If I'd known that more were accessible with...More

Thank KiminGranCouva
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Reviewed 18 July 2016

After hearing the history of "Bloody River" I got goose bumps. Knowing that during the war, they just dumped bodies there.

Thank MellyMel1517
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Reviewed 28 May 2016

The canyon of the Stone Fort River with its scores of Carib petroglyphs on the walls is not just naturally impressive it is also a historical place as it is here where 2000 Caribs were trapped by French and British forces and killed to the...More

Thank travelmartin
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