Barbados is sophisticated and casual, warm and friendly, and always distinctively charming. Barbados has 3,000 hours of sunshine every year so is an ideal place to catch a tan or escape any chilly blues. With an average daytime high of 30 degrees it’s anyone’s dream!
The culture of Barbados is a blend of West African and British culture. English is the official language of the nation, reflecting centuries of British influence, but the Bajan dialect in which it is spoken is an iconic part of the Barbadian culture.
Barbadian cuisine is known for its array flavours that tantalize the taste buds. From upscale restaurants to street food markets, discover your favourite dish.
With its beaches and long stretches of coast, this island offers you the ultimate beach expedition, and don’t be superficial! Explore the underwater offers that Barbados offers, the amazing marine life, viewed through clear aquamarine water. And go deeper! There are natural wonder tours that explore the amazing underground caves.
And lastly, don’t forget to visit ‘Bathsheba’ a quaint village it is the central point for tourists. The Andromeda Tropical Botanic Gardens and Flower Forest are nearby. At Bathsheba Beach, also known as the Soup Bowl there are large rock formations, which are remnants from an ancient coral reef carved by the tide which stand like statues in the sea. This beach is great for photographs and surfing and taking in amazing scenery.