Bridgetown boasts a spot on UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list. Take in the stunning Parliament Buildings, which were built in the Victorian English style.
St. Nicholas Abbey is a historical wonder waiting to be discovered. Dating back to the 1600s, this is one of only three heritage sites of its kind in the Western Hemisphere.
Walk the entirety of the boardwalk and take in the beachfront. You’ll be amongst joggers, families, and others enjoying their time leisurely.
You can’t come to Barbados and not eat at Oistins Fish Fry. Every Friday and Saturday, you can catch Oistins Fish Fry, located on the south coast of the island.
You can’t come to Barbados without rum tasting at Mount Gay. Mount Gay is the oldest rum distillery in the world. They’ve been operating in Barbados since 1703.
This limestone cave is filled with a flowing stream, stalactites, and stalagmites. The guide often turns off the lights to give you the feeling of being in a cave.
There are an array of world-class dining options in Barbados, The Cliff, however, is a restaurant you to indulge in. Reservations are expected in advance.
Swim with hawksbill and leatherback sea turtles in the calm waters of the west coast. No need to worry, there will be a tour guide with you every step of the way.
Barbados’ sunsets are amongst the most spectacular in the world. Head to the Deep Water Harbour & embark on a party boat experience that will sail into the sunset.