If you’re searching for authenticity, you’ve come to the right place. Because once you’ve experienced a taste of Barbados, you’ll certainly agree that nothing should be changed.
What to do
The views. The rum shops. The golf. Among the waterfalls, the ruins and the local craftspeople, you’ll find the Caribbean’s most breathtaking golf courses. Miles and miles of open coastline. Craft fairs, jazz festivals and churches. And you may even come across the path of a native green monkey.
Where to stay
With over 6,500 guestrooms, Barbados offers accommodations for every taste and every budget– from the moderately priced to the extravagantly luxurious, from sprawling private villas to all-inclusive resorts.
Where to eat
They don’t call Barbados the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean for nothing. As the only Caribbean island with its own Zagat guide, they take their cuisine on Barbados very seriously. Whether it’s a poolside buffet or a torch-lit, cliffside balcony, you’ll discover a myriad of delightful offerings from coast to coast. So don’t forget to pack your appetite, because each and every experience is as unique as the island itself.