Barbados is an island nation in the Caribbean known for its natural beauty and rich culture. It has some of the most exquisite natural attractions from beaches, to caves, coves, and gardens. The People of Barbados are called Bajans. They are lively and known for their strong affinity for music, festivals, and food.
Undoubtedly a major fashion trend in most countries, wearing camouflage here would be considered a major ‘faux pas’.
In Barbados, all forms of camouflage are strictly reserved for armed forces personnel and you may be fined or your items confiscated (so it may be best to leave these articles at home).
Barbados Museum & Historical Society:
Barbados is the oldest continuing parliamentary democracy outside England, and its Garrison Savannah district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Barbados Museum & Historical Society (barbmuse.org.bb/web) houses rare documents, historical records and photographs, and hard-to-find books.
Unlike other destinations, the water from our taps is 100% potable, this means you can drink as much as you wish directly from the tap with confidence.
Barbados Concorde Experience:
Walk the red carpet into Concorde and experience how it felt to fly in this incredible plane.
Relatively few travelers flew aboard the Concorde passenger jet during the supersonic airliner’s 27 years in service, which ended in 2003.
Learn about the amazing technology and how it differed from other planes.
John Moore Bar:
The John Moore Bar in St. James parish, is a local institution.
Like nearly all of Barbados’ rum shacks, John Moore Bar is a colorfully painted structure that on most days rocks to lively Caribbean music.
The bar, which opened in 1959, features several fine rums as well as a distinctive rum punch and serves as a gathering spot for visitors and locals alike.
FIA grade-3 motorsports course that hosts professional auto racing events, including the annual Global RallyCross Championship.
In addition to hosting professional racers, Bushy Park also enables visitors to test their skills in a variety of vehicles, ranging from go-karts to Suzuki Swift Sport racecars.
Harrison’s Cave is a must-see,” said Roach, of Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. “It’s a massive subterranean cave in the center of the island.
The cave is unique to Barbados given its limestone, as opposed to volcanic, composition.”
The cave is distinguished by flowing streams, deep pools, and imposing columns.
It derived its name from Thomas Harrison, who was a well-established landowner in the 1700s.