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A luxury holiday in Barbados is an opportunity to see some of the most beautiful sights in the world, and to try a variety of fun and exciting activities. Barbados is a great place for family holidays, romantic breaks and honeymoons. Kitesurfing and scuba diving are popular activities on the island’s coast, and night dives are a wonderful way to enjoy a very different experience of life beneath the waves.
On a visit to Barbados you’ll have dozens of options for filling your holiday itinerary. Rum distillery tours are popular, with Mount Gay Rum being one of the island’s most popular exports. Alternatively, catamaran rides and swimming with turtles are memorable things to do.
Barbados is considered to be a warm, welcoming and polite island country. It’s also incredibly scenic, with picture-perfect locations such as The Flower Forest, Welchman Hall Gully Tropical Forest and Harrison’s Cave. The Animal Flower Cave and Andromeda Gardens are two further idyllic locations, well worth visiting with your camera.
There are bars and nightclubs to spend your evenings in, and during the day you might consider going under the water on a submarine tour. Golf clubs are also popular places for tourists to spend some of their time, including the Barbados Golf Club, the Green Monkey golf course and Apes Hill.
Whether you’re looking for a tropical party atmosphere or for rest and relaxation, a luxury Barbados holiday is certain to offer what you want.
Some ideas for luxury holidays in Barbados include:
Historic – A British colony, Barbados has a history that is interesting, intriguing and also intricately connected to the history of Great Britain. Learn more about the island country and its culture by visiting historic attractions and museums such as St Nicholas Abbey and George Washington House.
Romantic – Barbados is often chosen as a destination for honeymoons, anniversaries and luxurious romantic holidays. During your visit, enjoy Cattlewash Beach with its spectacular sunsets and spa treatments at a luxury resort.
Active – As well as kitesurfing, scuba diving and golf, Barbados is an excellent location for forest walks, fishing and sailing. Many resorts have their own tennis facilities, too.
Adventurous – One of the most popular things to do in Barbados is a Black Pearl party cruise. Sail the seas on a pirate-themed adventure with rum punch, dinner, a plank to walk and a rope swing over the waves. Farley Hill National Park provides a very different type of adventure, with access to the Barbados Nature Reserve home to green monkeys, reptiles, mammals and a variety of birds.
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