About Barbados Barbados is known as the land of the Flying Fish. These foot-long fish, which “fly” over the water for up to 200ft, are found in other waters but…

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known for its collection of rums, producing a wide range including the highly favoured Doorly’s, Old Brigand and E.S.A.Field. Foursquare Rum Distillery is the proud winner of the Rum Distillery …

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The Animal Flower Cave is located at the most northern point of Barbados in the parish of St.Lucy. The name “Animal Flower” comes from the sea anemones sometimes found in…

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Brian Talma  is an Olympic windsurfer, who has dedicated his life to tirelessly promoting the sport in his beloved island home Barbados.  Talma has long been a key personality on the windsurfing…

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Farley Hill is an ideal picnic location, The house, now in ruins, was the location for the movie Island in the Sun, In 1966, the year Barbados gained independence, Farley…

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Crop Over was a originally a festival held by the slaves to celebrate the end of the sugar cane harvest. In modern times it is now Barbados’ biggest national festival.…

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Cherry Tree Hill is one of the most scenic locations in Barbados. Located in the parish of St.Peter, it is a frequently recommended by many of the tour providers. Some…

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