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2-Tank Shipwreck Dive in Barbados
"There are over 200 shipwrecks in the waters just off Barbados. Explore a couple of them with this 3-hour dive. Make your way to the Hilton Hotel Complex in St Michael. After checking in for your dive and meeting your dive guide you’ll be outfitted with scuba gear (BCD regulator mask fins tanks and weights) and given an introduction to the different dive sites. The sites vary depending on daily conditions. These are certified dives and you must show proof of your diving certification to participate. When your group is ready
From $120.00
 
Treasures of Barbados Sightseeing Tour
"The whole Island of Barbados is a treasure. From its formation to its history culture cuisine and crafts every bit of it is worthy of being called a treasure. Where else can you find stories of cannibals pirates black widows presidents & witchcraft? There are a handful of places that for some stand out more than others and in this tour you will experience them all. On this tour you will visit Harrison's Cave a limestone cave that is called the 8th wonder of the worl
From $95.00
 
Taste of Barbados Full-Day Sightseeing Tour
"Enjoy a taste of Barbados on this delightful full-day tour. Visit Anthony Hunte's masterpiece garden followed by Bathsheba famous for its breathtaking beauty and pounding surf. After a morning of adventure it will be time to taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at the lunch stop. Following lunch you will make your way up Cherry Tree Hill and on t many of the structures in the North America were made of timber and have long since perished. The residence was built only 30 years after Barbados' settlement by the British in 1627. The Plantation produces award winning rum and they are always delighted to offer you a sample. The final stop for the day will """Enjoy a taste of Barbados on this delightful full-day tour. Begin with a taste of nature with a visit to Anthony Hunte's masterpiece garden followed by the breathtaking Bathsheba. Next taste the flavor of Barbados with local cuisine served up at the lunch stop. Follow up lunch you a taste of history with a visit to Cherry Tree Hill and St Nicholas Abbey. The final stop for the day will give you a taste of Barbados wildlife at the Barba
From $114.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Barbados

Bathsheba

Bathsheba is small coastal town on the east coast, surrounded by lush fields and green hills - a very "mild" landscape which contrasts with the rugged shoreline, huge boulders and high waves. it was...
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call_me_rhia
Oct 11, 2015

Morgan Lewis Windmill

Morgan Lewis Windmill is located on a hill in the parish of St. Andrew. It's a wind driven mill aimed at grinding sugar cane. It's no longer in use now, but if you are interested in seeing how it used...
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call_me_rhia
Oct 10, 2015

Gun Hill Signal Station

The Gun Hill Signal Station is a hill set in the parish of St.George, and from where you can admore great views of the whole Barbados island. In the past (1818), of course, it used to be a signal...
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call_me_rhia
Oct 03, 2015

St. Martin's Church

Although I always research all the sites I'm gonna visit in a destination, before I arrive, a lot of times, there are some neat sites I discover, when I arrive. This church is one of those sites.I...
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briantravelman
May 22, 2015

Ragged Point Lighthouse

Also known as the "East Point Lighthouse", the Ragged Point Lighthouse, sits on a ragged stretch of the Bajan coast, a site of many shipwrecks. This 85 ft. high coral stone structure, was erected in...
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briantravelman
Mar 26, 2015

St. Thomas Anglican Church

Traveling through Barbados, you will quickly notice that each Parish has its own Anglican church. This is St. Thomas Parish Church. The church was originally built in 1629, by the island's first...
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Mar 24, 2015
 
 
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St. Andrew's Parish Church

One of the island's most prestigious churches, St. Andrew's Parish Church, was established in 1630, and is believed to have survived the hurricane of 1780. It is also one of three churches on the...
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briantravelman
Mar 24, 2015

Swim With Turtles!

At Payne's Bay (just south of Holetown) there is a group of about a dozen sea turtles that is practically always there (hawksbill and leatherback). If you have your own snorkel equipment and are a...
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TexasDave
Apr 28, 2014

two little known wonders

For some reason, most of the maps and guidebooks don't have either of these places listed. Both are worth the trip (for Hunte's you'll need a car)Hunte's Garden...in St. John's parish, i believe. Lots...
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friedclamfanatic
Mar 15, 2009

Dune Buggying in Barbados

You'll have a great time doing this. My wife and I went on this excursion that was booked through Carnival cruise lines in August 2006. I don't know what the company name actually is but surely you...
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GlobeTrekr
Mar 29, 2008

Eat a True Bajan Meal

Pudding and Souse is a "Saturday" meal which many Barbadians enjoy. it's basically pig parts that have been pickled (that's the souse) and black pudding with sweet potato (thats the pudding). The best...
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Sunniebgi
Jan 07, 2008

Ragged Point

The first time we went to Barbados, we only saw the lighthouse from a distance (photo 5)This time, when we passed Codrington the first seminary in the western hemisphere, we could see Ragged Point...
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grandmaR
Apr 18, 2007

Cherry Tree Hill

No cherry trees still exist here; in fact, if you approach from the west side, you will drive under a canopy of magnificent old mahogany trees which were introduced into Barbados after the Treaty of...
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grandmaR
Apr 16, 2007

great place to eat

An open place for fresh seafood is a little restaraunt across from St. Elmos store. It is only open Thur., Fri., and Sat. nights. That is when the fresh fish is caught. The owner only serves fresh...
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seaho
Dec 30, 2006

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