Somewhere just off the island chain, you’ll find Barbados! Surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean sea, Barbados has something for every kind of traveller: the foodie, the explorer, the historian and the adventurer! From our cuisine to our rum, to our UNESCO World Heritage sites, your Barbados adventure awaits!
Flight Arrives in Barbados
Accra Beach Hotel
Brunch at the Hotel
Located in the central uplands, the interior of this cave boasts breathtaking, crystallized limestone that drips water into impossibly clear pools.
Folkestone Marine Park is a great spot to pack a picnic and watch the sun go down. It’s a very popular place with locals on weekends and holidays.
Among the myriad free attractions in Barbados, the mile-long Boardwalk is one of the island’s most popular. Crabs and turtles call this area home, and the views over the water are astonishing.
Location:Camelot to Accra beaches
Breakfast at the Hotel
Have the best experience by taking you to a rum distillery, to find out about the production process, and to specially selected rum shops to taste the varied flavors.
Location:St. Nicholas Abbey Cherry Tree Hill St. Peter, BB 26007
Dinner at the Hotel
With a guide in the lead, move through the factory to learn about the process of making artisan chocolate from cocoa bean harvest to confection creation.
Location:Hincks St, Bridgetown
La Cabane has a unique setting when it comes to its dining space. With its open kitchen and beach bar on the West Coast, this restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Barbados.
Location:Batts Rock Beach, Bridgetown
Get a look at tropical marine wildlife underwater from the comfort of a boat during this short, guided, glass-bottom boat cruise.
Location:Bay St, Bridgetown
George Washington House in Barbados is a historic house where the future first U.S. President George Washington stayed in 1751. Barbados was the only country he ever visited outside colonial America.
Champers serves a wide variety of food influenced by Cajun, American, Asian and Caribbean cuisine, with different menus for lunch and dinner. So, if you’re craving a mix of all the famous cuisines in the world while in Barbados, Champers is the place to go
Custom jungle & ocean tours for all ages via 4×4 or catamaran, plus reef & wreck snorkeling.
Location:Sun Group Inc, Froster Hall BB19025
Miami Beach is the perfect place for surfing and bodyboarding. The eastern end of the beach picks up most of the swell, while the western side is better suited to swimming and snorkeling.
Oistins is a fishing village on the South Coast where several vendors from all over Barbados come to set up stalls selling fried fish and seafood.
Location: #1 Craft Shop, Oistins Fish Fry, Oistins
Possessing an underground river, it has many beautiful caverns adorned with stalactites and stalagmites.
Location:Hwy 3A, Walkes Spring
The vibrant coral reefs and exotic marine life of Barbados are even more spectacular by night. On this tour, hop aboard the Atlantis Submarine and discover the wonders of the ocean on a thrilling nocturnal tour.
Location:The Shallow Draught, St. Michael
Castaways is located at St. Lawrence Gap. It makes excellent use of the beautiful views of the bay and offers a wide variety of fine-quality food that delights both locals and travelers alike.
Location:St Lawrence Gap, Bridgetown
Book their “Grill your Catch” trip to take your family, kids for a well rounded fishing charter offering the best Barbados has to offer on the water with fishing, snorkeling and grilling your catch.
Location:Cavans Ln, Bridgetown
From the comfort of a clear kayak, enjoy 360-degree views both above and below the water as you look for marine life.
Location:Behind Holetown Post Office, Holetown
Nishi Restaurant adds a fresh twist to dining in Barbados with its fusion of Caribbean, Asian and Western cuisine. Many visitors consider their sushi to be some of the best that they’ve ever had!
Location:Second St, Holetown
Breakfast at Mercetta
Marvel at exotic greenery in Hunte’s Garden, stroll along the golden sands of Bathsheba beach, and visit historic landmarks such as the Morgan Lewis Windmill and St. Nicholas Abbey.
Much as we love Barbados’s beaches, there’s much more to the island than sun and sand. The Andromeda Botanic Gardens are a riot of flowers, plants and trees of all shapes and sizes.
Location:Bathsheba, St Joseph
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