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From a classic platinum coast resorts to the best beach clubs, restaurants, beaches and adventures in and out of the water. Visit an island with a cultural history that’s as rich as its landscape. Barbados is one of the most developed and popular islands in the Caribbean.
Snorkeling with turtles
Barbados have miles of coast for diving and snorkeling. While the beautiful Caribbean fish swim around you the experts will take you to the area where a variety of tropical fish and endangered Green Sea Turtles swim. If you don’t want to take a boat to see the turtles you can find them near the shore in beaches like Carisle Bay, Paynes Bay and Freights Bay.
Walking tour of Bridgetown
Start your day with a quick tour of the island’s capital Bridgetown. You can head to Board Street for duty-free shopping or tour the historic district to learn the islands past. Bridgetown’s historic district was named a UNESCO World Heritage center and features interesting historical buildings. Some of the highlights include the Garrison History area, George Washington House, and the Barbados National Armoury.
Harrison’s cave tram tour
Harrison’s Cave, an underground cavern located in the central uplands of Barbados. Venture into the underworld and discover the enchanting world of the cave characterized by stalagmites and stalactites hanging or raising from the ceiling and floor. A tram will whisk you away along the over 2kms long cave system where you will learn great facts about the place. This is a great activity for everyone from kids to grandparents.
Tailor made private safari to Welchman Hall Gully
A lush tropical landscape, with a cool breeze and a fantastic view of the east coast. Welchman Hall Gully is a perfect nature camp ideal for families as it offers a unique place for kids to explore nature, enjoy adventure and feeding the monkeys of the park in a safe environment.