Magnificent caves, tropical forests, water sports and rum distilleries are interspersed with long, white beaches and clear, blue waters. Barbados beckons with plenty of daytime and evening activities, from snorkeling with turtles to submarine tours.


Barbados has, in addition to plenty of opportunities for diving and surfing , many land activities such as visits to botanical gardens, cricket stadium and distilleries. The capital of Bridgetown has plenty of beautiful old British buildings, from the parliament to churches, and plenty of shops.

Swim with turtles in Barbados

The adventure seeker can swim with turtles, go zipline across the tropical forest or visit the underwater cave Harrison’s Cave which has stalactites, stalagmites, water pools and waterfalls. Numerous music festivals are held in Barbados every year, with music such as jazz, calypso and reggae. The cooking is influenced by the British, Indian and African cuisines. The national dish is flying fish, and other specialties include swordfish, shark and fried fish cakes.

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