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Barbados Things To Do

No Barbados holidays can ever be complete without a visit to the beautiful capital of Bridgetown. This elegant town features excellent colonial architecture, great museums and even exciting shopping at the popular Broad Street.

Harrison’s cave offers tourists on Barbados holidays some of the country’s most impressive geological formations and is very popular.

St Lawrence Gap is an exciting district which offers visitors on Barbados holidays the best dining, shopping and nightlife experience available in the country.

Graeme Hall Swamp is part of the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary and well frequented by people on Barbados holidays.

Animal Flower Cave is a popular attraction for people on Barbados holidays. It’s in St. Lucy, which is the country’s northern most parish.

Andromeda Gardens is a six acre botanical garden in Bathsheba with over 600 plant species and is recommended on Barbados holidays.

Barbados Museum is your window to the country’s rich history that dates back several hundred years. It is an exciting destination when on holidays to Barbados.

Segway of Barbados is an unbelievably fun way to explore the beauty of this island country on Personal Transporters that just has to be experienced on Barbados holidays. Tours are available at St. Lucy and Christ Church.

Atlantis Submarine tours are an incredible opportunity to dive deep beneath the blue waters and explore the colourful world below. One of the best adventures you’ll find anywhere, not just on Barbados holidays!

Sunbury Plantation offers you on your Barbados holidays a chance to enjoy formal plantation style dining surrounded by superb mahogany Victorian-era antiques that showcase old world luxury.

Folkestone Underwater Park is a great snorkelling destination where people get to follow a trail complete with signs on their Barbados holidays.

St. Nicholas Abbey is one of only two genuine Jacobean mansions on the island along with Drax Hall, and provides a rare glimpse of 17th century living on your Barbados holidays.

Barbados Wildlife Reserve and Farley Hill National Park are located in the parish of St. Peter. They are home to several species of reptiles, birds and even non native animals such as deer and Caiman and provide even more fun-filled discovery on Barbados holidays. Farley Hill also hosts the remarkable week long Barbados Jazz Festival.

Barbados holidays are also a great time to get acquainted with the various sports that are popular on this island nation. Kensington Oval is among the busiest cricketing venues in the entire Caribbean. Its breezy climate and sunny days make it a natural golfing destination. Some popular golf courses include Barbados Golf Club and Rockley Golf Club.

Important Landmarks on Barbados holidays

Some of the country’s important landmarks are also of interest on holidays to Barbados:

National Heroes Square – Known earlier as Trafalgar Square, it’s in the center of Bridgetown.

Gun Hill Signal Station – Built in 1888, it was one of a series of such stations that would warn of approaching ships.

George Washington House and Museum served as the residence of the 1st U.S. President in 1751. It’s one of the most historic buildings you’ll have the pleasure of visiting on your Barbados holidays.

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