Personal Holiday Suggestions From Us
Include a drive up Cherry Tree Hill while touring around the island – the view is fabulous!
Take a sunset cruise on a catamaran – the best way to enjoy a beautiful sunset!
Swim with the turtles in the crystal clear waters on the West coast.
Visit the Concorde Experience – what an amazing airplane!
(Cory) Try kite- or windsurfing at Silver Sands – especially if you visit in the early months of the year when the winds are good.
(Pedro) Partake of our national dish of salt fish and cou cou.
Watch some horse racing at The Garrison on a Saturday, and enjoy a snow cone and a pack of baked nuts while there.
If your visit is during our crop season in June / July suck on a piece of sugar cane – sweet!
Try your hand at surfing with one of our local surf instructors – they can show you all the great surf spots!
For the rally enthusiasts – visit us at the end of May and come out to watch our local drivers compete at blistering speeds against international teams in our exciting Rally Barbados which has past winners the likes of Chris Meeke and Kenny McKinstry. It's the biggest spectator sport in the island!
Take in a cricket match at our beautiful Kensington Oval.
(Annette) Enjoy a sunrise stroll along the south coast sea-side boardwalk which runs from Accra Beach to Hastings. What a beautiful way to start your day!
If your visit includes the first weekend in August, jump in a band at Kadooment. Enjoy our grand finale to our Crop Over festival up close and personal!
(Edwin) Go to Oistins on a Friday night for dinner and a “lime” – that's Bajan for just hanging out watching the world go by.
(Cheryl) Go to the drive-in one night to watch a movie under the stars! A moonlight night is especially nice!
Take in a polo game – it's the only place you might see a “Cow” ride a horse! We'll leave you to try and figure out what that means!
If Angus delivers your car to you, ask him where you can go to see the antics of “James” the talking donkey!
Take a stroll at sunset on the West coast sea-side boardwalk – tranquility at it's best!
On a Saturday enjoy some pudding and souse at Lemon Arbour.
(Big Lou) Take a tennis lesson with the most unique pro in the Caribbean ... the token son-in-law himself!