Barbados Attractions

Being only 166 sq miles and sporting over 50 beaches and some 60 different places of interest there is something amazing to discover around every corner. Its always fun to venture out on your own wheels exploring Barbados!

Crytsal clear sea without a ripple on the west coast, ideal surfing conditions on the east, the home of rum, 350 year old sugar plantation houses, subteranean caves with crystals, botanical gardens, 9 museums, the oldest synagogue in the hemisphere, ziplines and a submarine  - all in a sunny island, 21 miles long & a smile wide!

Island Safari

The adventure of a lifetime! Experience tours with a difference in specially built comfortable 4 x 4 Land Cruisers. Island Safari promises to show the island like no one else can! Truly a memorable da...

Gun Hill Signal Station

Gun Hill Signal Station was built in 1818. Two years after Barbados’ only slave revolt and it was the finest of a chain of stations used to signal the approach of enemy ships and the safe arrival of...

Harrison's Cave

At the heart of Barbados lies one of its greatest wonders, Harrison’s Cave. Located in the central uplands of the island, this breathtakingly beautiful, crystallized limestone cavern is a testa...

Barbados National Trust

The Trust is a body incorporated by Act of Parliament to be involved in the preservation of places of historic, architectural and archaeological interest and of ecological importance or natural beauty...