Here’s our Top 10 things to do in Barbados. For more information or to book get in touch.
Sail and explore the beauty of the Caribbean Sea by day or sunset. Swim with the turtles, snorkel shipwrecks and see some of Barbados beautiful west coast beaches.
Perched on top of an idyllic cove, The Cliff, is one of Barbados’ most famous and theatrical restaurants, an unforgettable setting perfect for celebrating a special occasion.
Experience Barbados natural wonders including, Harrison Cave is an active underground cave that can be discovered through a guided tour by tram; Animal Flower Cave is an ocean cave that opens directly into the Atlantic Ocean – on calm days you can swim in the natural rock pools! Huntes Garden is a tranquil paradise filled with tropical trees, flowers and plants!
Barbados is home to Mount Gay, the worlds oldest rum. Take a tour to find out about the history as well as tasting a selection of their rums… yum!
‘One of sour, two of sweet, three of strong, four of weak’, remember this rhyme to make the best rum punch. you can thank us later.
Explore the east coast of Barbados – A great spot for surfing, beautiful beaches and views you don’t get anywhere else on the island. We offer a guided tour or can arrange a hire car if you prefer to explore your own adventure. Try and find the mini waterfall!
The historic Garrison Savannah has been the home of horse racing in Barbados since 1845 and holds various horse racing and polo events throughout the year. For the early risers don’t miss out on watching the Garrison race horses bathe in the sea at nearby Pebbles beach every Thursday and Sunday morning.
Barbados is home to many water sport activities including, Surfing, Windsurfing, Kayaking and Paddle Boarding. The well maintained coral reef and clear waters attract an array of sea life including sea turtles, parrot-fish and rays which makes for a fantastic Scuba Diving and Snorkelling destination. With its multiple dive spots Barbados now has its very own annual dive fest.
Barbados is often referred to as the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean. With it’s diverse range of dining options from street vendors to high end cuisine, Barbados offers a variety of different dining experiences for everyone. Don’t miss out on trying the local specialities such as Flying fish & Coucou. Barbados hold an annual Food & Rum festival every October.
Also known as the Platinum Coast, the sea on the West tends to be calmer with crystal clear waters. With it’s designer boutiques, roof top bar, high end restaurants and hotels it’s a favourite celeb spot – so keep your eyes peeled! See the picture perfect landscape that Barbados is renowned for!
A ‘lime’ is known as a party to the locals. The biggest lime is Friday night at Oistins Fish Fry where locals and tourists gather to spend an informal evening where there’s many food stalls serving fresh fish and local food and of course plenty of rum. In the heart of the fish market is a stage where the party atmosphere is in full swing with a variety of music for everyone!