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Carlisle Bay Barbados

Carlisle Bay is the natural crescent-shaped harbour located on the South West Coast of the island in the parish of St. Michael and is most definitely a beach you want to visit during your stay in Barbados. Historically named after the first Earl of Carlisle at...

On Tour West Coast Barbados

Although Barbados is considered a relatively small island, there are many places to go and things to see. Many will agree that one of the most exciting and adventurous ways to experience all of the beauty that the island has to offer is through an island tour!...

Martin's Bay Barbados

This little bay is located on the East coast of Barbados in the parish of St. John. It is a quaint fishing village which boasts rugged authenticity and of course views which will leave you believing it is all a dream! As you drive down the hill to Martins Bay...

There are always those little unknown quirky discoveries when you visit any destination, in Barbados we have a very unique and different coconut trees which can be found as you explore the Eastern side of the island. We call it the cork screw coconut tree as...

Bath Beach Barbados

Located on the East Coast, more towards to Southern end, in the parish of St. John, is the very charming beach called Bath. Usually the East Coast is very rough, with strong currents and undertows, however Bath beach is one of the safest with its large...

Catch of the day at Conset Bay Barbados

Located in one of the many sheltered bays of St. John, Conset Bay has a quaint fish market oozing with Bajan charm. As you drive down the main hill towards...

Inch Marlow Beach Barbados

Located on the South Coast of Barbados, in the parish of Christ Church is a lovely collection of bays named Inch Marlow. A surfer's paradise it is often referred to; as there are usually consistent waves throughout the year, particularly suitable for beginner...

The Barbados Cannon Collection

The Caribbean and Barbados are still full of secrets and great mystery. One recently revealed is that Barbados has the world's rarest collection of 17th century English iron cannons. Not too long ago it...

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