Tucked in the southern corner of the Lesser Antilles, Barbados is the Caribbean's easternmost island. Its different coasts offer beaches that range from powdery sand and cerulean waters of the Caribbean to the perfect swells of the eastern Atlantic coast. Sequestered from the luxury resorts, the rugged Atlantic coast is where surfers and naturalists flock. Discover the best beaches of Barbados -- where there really is something for everyone. Visit ten idyllic beaches in total while viewing the local sights and lifestyle.
Enjoy the amazing atmosphere and tasty fish fry at Oistin's Fish Fry, which transforms a sleepy fishing village into an night-long street party. Mix with locals and tourist alike and shop for local crafts and gifts at the various vendor stalls. With hotel pickup and reserved seating you can relax the entire way there knowing that everything is taken care of. After Oistin's Fish Fry you will head over to St Lawrence Gap, the beating heart of Barbados' Nightlife before taking a scenic drive back to your hotel.
The Beer of Barbados, Banks Brewery in Wildey, St. Michael has been brewing its signature lager for the people of Barbados since 1961.This tour takes you to the home of Banks beer, where you have a first hand experience of this premium lager. Then, head to Mount Gay where you can discover the historic origins of the rum brand.
This private island tour will take you as far as you would like to see around the island of Barbados. Customize your own tour by choosing your attractions and places to go. This tour will be tailored to suit your interests and you will have your own private local professional expert guide, who will give you information the places you can visit, and private vehicle. The tour takes you along coast and across the island. You will go into highland area, where monkeys are often seen in the wild. See great scenic views and quaint villages all along the way. There will be stops at attractions and the local hangout spots to eat and drink by the sea. Go see Bathsheba Beach, one of the most beautiful places on Earth and voted one of the world's best beaches.
See the splendor of Barbados the way it should be seen on this private customizable tour that is especially designed for cruise ship passengers stopping on the island, that want to see Barbados. Take photos, videos, and visit the most beautiful beaches in the world, Bathsheba Bay. Go to the potteries that is at Chalky Mount. You can go across the Island while passing sugar cane fields and sugar factories. You will also see plantations and historic attractions. You can even go see the Crane Beach and the South side,where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Visit the beautiful Harrison's Cave and marvel at the limestone cavern full of natural streams and speleothems. Next, take a high-speed boat trip across the blue waters skirting Barbados. Finally enjoy a scrumptious Bajan Lunch.
Take a scenic, informative and fun-filled island tour that stops at all the must-see sites while you experience the local culture. No day is complete in the Caribbean without a trip to the beach! Enjoy a perfect lunch beach side at 'The Boatyard' where you can redeem a USD$20.00 voucher at the bar or for your meal.
This tour of Harrison's Cave allows you to explore its breathtakingly beautiful features, crystallized limestone cavern, flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns of the living cave. Then, head over to the Boatyard, located in Carlisle Bay where you can satisfy all of your water-sporting needs. If not, just relax on the beach and enjoy the white sand and azure blue waters.
The first stop on this tour will be to Harrison’s Cave, a crystallized limestone cavern named for Thomas Harrison, who owned much of the land in the area in the early 1700s. View the speleologists that adorn the cave, the natural water streams and the tall caverns. Discover the history and mystery of this cave with beauty and sights around every corner. Next, head to the Animal Flower Cave which is located under the cliffs at North Point, St Lucy.
Fishing the fun and easy way in Barbados. You will fish for Barracuda, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Tina, Marlin and many other species in the Barbados waters.This tour is for all experienced users -- from the beginner to the advance angler. All major fishing techniques used on this trip:Trolling JiggingLive Baiting
Go swimming with the turtles in the Barbados waters! You will be able to feed the turtles and take underwater photos with them in the Carlisle Bay. Depart from the dock and enjoy a cool ride over to the Turtle retreat.
Swim with the giant green turtles and snorkel on ship wrecks and reefs. Your private guide will take you on a adventure around the Barbados island based on what you want to see. For a minimum of 2 guests and a maximum of 6 guests. Includes beer and gear.
Take a scenic ride to the Heritage Park and Rum Factory at Four Square. The distilery produces a tremendous amount of some of the most loved rums from Barbados. After a few shots of rum our next stop is Sunbury Plantation House. Sunbury Plantation House is over 300 years old, After a tour of the house you will enjoy a lovely tea with, sandwiches, cakes and scones before returning to your hotel.
4-hour tour that will start visiting Anthony Hunte's, a masterpiece garden.Then get ready to learn about rum. This tour will take you to Mount Gay Rum Visit Center where you will hear about the oldest rum in world.
Discover the world's oldest rum on the island of Barbados and where rum was born. On this tour you will visit the Mount Gay Visitor Center and learn about this famous Rum. After, we will relax at the beach. We will take you to Carlisle Bay Beach with its stunning turquoise water and silky white sands.Here you can enjoy the day at the Copacabana Beach Bar with the use of their facilities. A complimentary welcome drink is also included as well as the use of their beach chairs and umbrellas.
Discover Barbados's most majestic formations and our most famous creation on our caves and cocktails tour. On this tour we will visit Harrison's Cave where you will board an electric tram and travel underground viewing majestic caverns and the stalactites and stalagmites which have been growing in them for many centuries. Another special feature of the caves is its streams, waterfalls and pools. Following an experience of a lifetime at Harrison's Cave we will make our way to the birthplace of Rum also known as "kill devil". On this tour you will tour the Mount Gay visitor center learning about the making of this famous Rum. Following this, you will be taken through a fun-filled tasting session conducted by the Mount Gay Rum Tour guides who will guide you and your taste buds through the signature flavors, aromas and subtle nuances of the various rums the produce.
"Los Barbadoes" was the first name given to Barbados by the Portuguese. It means the bearded one after the bearded fig trees that grow on the island. You will have an opportunity to see some of these trees at our very first stop on this tour. The tours first stop is Harrison's Cave. A visit to Barbados will not be complete without a stop in Bathsheba, famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf. After a morning of adventure it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at our lunch stop. Following lunch we will make our way up Cherry Tree Hill and on to St. Nicholas Abbey. Our final stop for the day will be the Barbados Wildlife Reserve where we hope to catch the Green Monkey at play along with a wide variety of other animals.
Discover Barbados during this 5-hour tour from Bridgetown as we offer on-board commentary on local culture, history, flora, fauna, sights and sounds. Visit a farm of Barbados's indigenous black-belly sheep, see local monkeys in their natural habitat, and experience the rugged coastal landscape in the Bathsheba Village.
Hit two of Barbados’ top attractions — Harrison’s Cave and Mount Gay Rum Visitor’s Centre — on this half-day tour. Travel deep underground aboard an electric tram through limestone caves and admire waterfalls, pools, stalagmites and stalactites as an expert guide provides engaging commentary on the cave’s history and geology. At the distillery, learn the colorful history behind the world’s oldest rum, its refinement and aging process, and then delight in a tasting session of Mount Gay Rum’s signature flavors. Hotel transport is provided.