Barbados Vacations offers the experience to explore the many beaches, rolling countryside, charming villages, old sugar mills and plantations that represent the colonial past of the island. The near perfect weather and the pink, sandy beaches of Barbados attract tourists to this culturally rich island.
Barbados, often called the “Little England” of the Caribbean, blends the finer elements of British tradition with warm island hospitality. Barbados is one of the first democracies in the New World and a regional leader in education and commerce.
Tour the East Coast where the Atlantic Ocean’s waves are a surfer’s paradise. Shop in the capital city or stay out late to party in the nightlife. The average annual temperature ranges from 70°F–87°F. Barbados boasts some 60 beaches, all of which are free and open to the public.
Most Caribbean islands claim being the founding father of rum, but Barbados has the world’s oldest distillery. Mount Gay has been producing rum well before 1703, so they might just have bragging rights to be the birthplace of rum!
Barbados Vacations are not complete without learning about this sweet treat , a 45-minute tour in their Bridgetown plant and learn about the rum-making process.