What's Happening: Barbados October Events 2014

29th September, 2014
Barbados October Events 2014

It's October! If you are in Barbados for this month and looking for a true Bajan experience, here are some exciting events especially for you!

Inspire: Widen Your Mind and Spirit

26th September, 2014
Happy Weekend form Loop Barbados

Wishing eveyone a weekend filled with culture! 

Top 5: Kid-Friendly Beaches in Barbados

25th September, 2014
Top five kid friendly beaches in Barbados

Barbados is a big family destination and the beach is certainly one of the highlights of most traveler’s trips! You want safe waters for your children along with fun activities to partake in! Today we thought we would share with you Barbados’ top 5 kid friendly beaches:

1.     Sandy Beach – With its shallow crystal clear waters this beach is perfect for the family. The reef which boarders, protects it from large waves and therefore under currents are very rare. The reef also is perfect for snorkeling.

What's Happening: Coral Reef Wellness Retreat

22nd September, 2014
Coral Reef Club and Spa Barbados- Wellness Retreat

For those who are looking to get away from that hectic crazy lifestyle and really focus on wellness/wellbeing whilst on vacation, Coral Reef Wellness Retreat may just be what you have been looking for. From the 11th-18th October, Coral Reef Club will be offering a full wellness retreat focusing on fitness, spa and accommodation packages which you can purchase together or separately if preferred.

Island Life {Through Instagram}

19th September, 2014
Island life in Barbados

From the bright and beautiful foods, to the cotton-candy sunsets, to the heartfelt heritage, Barbados really does have it all!

Barbados Blooms: Hibiscus

18th September, 2014
Barbados Blooms: The Hibiscus

Hibiscus flowers are one of those infamous tropical flowers which you will notice dotted everywhere around Barbados. They grow on large bushes and can be found in a variety of colours, from vibrant red to pink to white and even yellow! They grow between 4 and 18 cm wide and are seen in many local gardens across the island, as they are a great addition to the landscape! Not only are hibiscus flowers beautiful to admire, but they can be used for teas (both hot and cold) as they are full of vitamin C and minerals.

We hope you enjoy our beautiful tropical flora here on the island! 

Barefoot on the Beach: Inch Marlow

16th September, 2014
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 surfers. Almost daily the seas are dotted with these said surfers as board rentals and lessons are readily available in the surrounding area. 

Inspire: Beach Time

5th September, 2014
Happy Friday from Loop Barbados

The beach is calling us this weekend! Happy Friday from us over at Loop Barbados!


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