Barbados is famous for it’s warm and friendly people, exotic climate, stunning scenery and also one songstress, Rihanna. However, there is more to this great country than just lounging around all day in the Caribbean sun all day, as you will discover below.
Even if you don’t intend on spending all your holiday at the beach, it would be a shame to miss out on some of the most beautiful stretches of sand found in the world. Sandy Lane, Crane and Accra are just three of the best to consider visiting. All beaches in Barbados though, offer breathtaking views, flawless sand and freshly cooked delicious food and a variety of other amenities.
After spending a hard day’s relaxing on one of the stunning beaches why not fill your belly with some of the best tasting food you will ever try. Restaurants such as Cin Cin, Daphne’s and Lemongrass offer truly mouth-watering menus that are very affordable too.
Okay, so if you are of an older generation, this may not be your cup of tea; but the night-life and nightclubs in Barbados offer a unique experience. Totally Barbados, Harbour Lights and Karma are just three of the best and they all offer sublime backdrops, amazing drinks, as well as great music for you to dance the night away.
Although Barbados is better known as an idyllic beach resort and party island; it also has a rich and diverse history. It is worth taking at least one day out of your trip to visit the Barbados Museum, where you will have lots of chances to take pictures and learn more about this stunning country.
If you are looking for something a little different you should take a trip to Harrison’s Cave. Often touted as being one of the “7 wonders of Barbados” it bewitches anyone who enters. Lakes, waterfalls, stalactites, stalagmites and streams await – so make sure your camera is charged and it has plenty of memory space as you will not want to miss out taking as many pictures as you can.