Barbados is a country with a rich heritage and a wonderful merger of African, European and other influences. Here are our favourite heritage sites on the island.
Some say culture is in the blood, but if you are a potter you know that Caribbean heritage and culture is in the clay!
As you travel around Barbados you’ll discover some fascinating placenames with an intriguing story behind them! Here are some of our favourites.
St. Nicholas Abbey, the last standing Jacobean Sugar Plantation in the world, is now a formal part of the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia promotion for independent holidays. The promo is a project of the BTE, TravelersInsights magazine and the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia.
Seeing the Barbados race horses run the beaches and swim in the early morning is just one of the many ways that your days can unfold in Barbados. While the majority of these pedigree racehorses love the water, it is not always the case and, as the saying goes, “you can lead a horse to […]
Step back in time with a visit to a historic Barbados signal station, with its panoramic island views and beautiful lion statue carved in 1868!
See how you can join in the exciting Independence celebrations in Barbados.
On February 28th 2014, Barbados celebrated the 375th anniversary of our Parliament with a wonderful day of festivities! Here’s how we spent the day….
Join the Great Train Hike across Barbados, from the capital city Bridgetown to the north-east of the island!
Barbados has been featured in the TravelersInsights.com magazine for its recent designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site.