As always tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show. These therefore give you a guide and flavour and help you plan your visit. These tours of similar will more than likely be resold by your ship with door to door transport.   We invite you to look at our list of all the...
We are fans of the Turtles. They were a huge feature on our first visit to Barbados 27 years ago when our then children swam with them. So thanks Francesca for the memory. If I can find the old video I might add it later. Now there are Turtle conservation huts along the front and on the new boardwalk...
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This six-acre park is part of the Barbados National Trust. Jean got there by bus as seen on the East Coast Barbados film. Now she tries to follow the directions on the three walks and pick out Jack Fruit, Sago Palm, Panama Rose and some rare plants. The Andromeda Botanic Gardens is a unique and historic garden located in the...
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Sure you can walk to Carlisle Bay, but it is busy, and the hawkers might get you down. It is a free public beach but many will try and sell you space. By the time you have bought the sunbeds and a drink, you will have laid out cash. In the same walking distance, you could be at the...
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If you are in Barbados on a Friday night, then at Oistins, it is party night. Friday night is a fish festival every week. You actually pass the Oistins area on the way to Bridgetown from the airport, but if you are a cruise passenger, it is frustrating that you can't say to the driver, 'can you just drop...
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A regular stop for Doris Visits, Barbados literally means, the Bearded One, and that name comes from the bearded tree. Bridgetown is a transit point for many cruisers so you may get an overnight stay. Jean has broken the films down to make it easier. You will probably go in one of the directions, we have done all three in...
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