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Barbados

Land of the Flying Fish

Each sun drenched day and star filled night brings new discoveries and creates tropical memories that will last a lifetime. Barbados is famous for its white sand beaches surrounded by coral reefs but the island is also rich in adventure, history and romance. There are unexpected delights like the curious, little monkeys that roam the island, the crypt where coffins refuse to stay put and the distillery that is considered the birthplace of the oldest rum in the world. The locals are passionate about their sports, music and food. There are exciting wonders just waiting for you to discover in this Caribbean paradise.

Experiences

Animal Flower Cave

Animal Flower Cave

Barbados Wildlife Reserve

Barbados Wildlife Reserve

Enjoy a unique opportunity to stroll freely through the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. This wildlife reserve is located in a natural, mahogany wood and gives you the chance to watch the animals at close ... See more

Tram Ride through Harrison’s Cave

Tram Ride through Harrison’s Cave

Andromeda Gardens

Andromeda Gardens

The six-acre garden contains several varieties of tropical flowers, shrubs and trees including orchids, palms, ferns, heliconia, hibiscus, bougainvillea, begonias and cacti. The beautiful and exotic f... See more

Historic Bridgetown and Garrison

Historic Bridgetown and Garrison

An outstanding example of British colonial architecture, historic Bridgetown consists of a well-preserved old town built in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, which testifies to the spread of Great B... See more

Watch the Sunrise at Pebble Beach

Watch the Sunrise at Pebble Beach

Swim with the Sea Turtles

Swim with the Sea Turtles

The fact that there is hardly anywhere else in the world where you can see these turtles and interact with them in their natural environment is just another thing that makes Barbados very special. In... See more

Bathsheba Bay

Bathsheba Bay

Farley Hill National Park

Farley Hill National Park

Now a national park, Farley Hill offers both a glimpse at the island’s long colonial history and a truly eerie experience amidst the swaying mahogany groves in the middle of Barbados. The centrepiece... See more

Beaches of Carlisle Bay

Beaches of Carlisle Bay

Hug the Baobab Tree in Queen’s Park

Hug the Baobab Tree in Queen’s Park

Living up to the reputation of the bulbous baobab in grand style, the colossal trunk of Barbados’ largest tree can be found (and hugged, at least if there’s a group of you) on the lawns of Queen’s Par... See more

Needham’s Point

Needham’s Point

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