Barbados, often called the "Little England" of the Caribbean, blends the finer elements of British tradition with warm island hospitality. Barbados is one of the first democracies in the New World and a regional leader in education and commerce. Explore the many beaches, rolling countryside, charming villages, old sugar mills and plantations that represent the colonial past of the island. Tour the East Coast where the Atlantic Ocean’s waves are a surfer's paradise. Shop in the capital city or stay out late to party in the nightlife. The average annual temperature ranges from 70°F–87°F.
Please Note: The wearing of camouflage or military apparel is illegal in Barbados and clothing will be confiscated and persons charged accordingly.
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Things To Do
#1 BAJAN BUS
Enjoy the classic, unique, and fun open bus, Bajan-style. Available for sight-seeing, historic tours, private charters, bar or beach hopping, and more!
Experience a unique adventure onboard Atlantis Submarine, as you view exotic fish, coral and perhaps a mysterious shipwreck, through large viewports. An unforgettable, “must – do”, fully narrated, undersea voyage.
BARBADOS BLACK PEARL JOLLY ROGER 1
Black Pearl Party Cruises intends to excite you from the time they set sail.
ANDROMEDA BOTANIC GARDENS
Andromeda Botanic Gardens is an amazing, Barbados National Trust garden with an unparalleled collection of plants, situated on the east coast. ‘One of the most special gardens in the world’.
BARBADOS WILDLIFE RESERVE
The animal kingdom of Barbados, where animals (of the non-dangerous variety) roam freely amongst visitors. More dangerous animals can be seen, but are kept enclosed.
CARIBBEAN WAX MUSEUM
The only wax museum in the world that focuses on Caribbean Basin Iconic figures, and the only indigenous Wax Museum in Latin America and the Caribbean.
This unique crystallized limestone cave is one of the island’s most popular attractions.