With crystal blue seas and swaying palm trees, Barbados is the definition of paradise and an excellent location for an all-inclusive holiday
. You might well want toare well within your right to just relax by the pool or on the beach all day, but if you want to explore, there is so much to see and do. Go further inland and see wild monkeys on an island safari, or take a food tour and taste delicious local dishes. Whatever your preference, your holidays in Barbados are sure to fulfil your needs.
Enjoy the local culture
Whether you want to party all night at the annual Crop Over festival or take a stroll through the historical architecture of Bridgetown, you can experience a range of cultural activities on your Barbados holidays. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and Barbados' capital, Bridgetown is home to buildings dating back to the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. You can take a tour of George Washington House, walk across the Chamberlain Bridge or visit the Parliament Buildings.
While in Barbados, take full advantage of the incredible food and drink on offer. St Lawrence Gap in Christ Church is famous for its vibrant nightlife, and also a variety of street food vendors which stay open into the early hours of the morning, making for the perfect post-night out snack. Mount Gay Distillery offers a taste of the world's oldest rum and an insight into how Barbados became the birthplace of this tropical tipple.
Discover nature and wildlife
From the impressive Andromeda Botanic Gardens to the Animal Flower Cave, where you may be lucky enough to spot a humpback whale, you can explore some stunning nature while on holidays to Barbados. Two highlights include Harrison's Cave and Barbados Wildlife Reserve. Take a tram tour through Harrison's Cave to encounter stalactites and stalagmites, formed over thousands of years, as well as clear, emerald waterfalls. The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is a natural sanctuary for a range of animals, where you can encounter the indigenous green monkey as well as peacocks, mara and iguanas.
Relax at the beach
If you're looking for luxury in your Barbados holidays, there are so many beaches to explore, each with their own personality. You can try watersports at Mullins Beach, surf at the Soup Bowl, or sunbathe at Bathsheba. On the south and west coasts, you can take short boat trips to swim with turtles. If you'd rather stay in one place on your package holidays to Barbados, you can book a beachfront resort such as Sugar Bay Barbados or Sea Breeze Beach House.
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