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A hidden gem in the heart of the Barbados countryside; the colourful plants, grand palm trees and exotic flowers create a tropical paradise that mesmerize in an instant. Revel in the panoramic views overlooking the Chalky Mount and the East Coast while meandering through the gardens and lush greenery. Bring your camera to capture the floral spread and jaw-dropping sights from the hilltops and pathways.
Once full of merchant vessels, Carlisle Bay has rich historic value and still today is bustling with catamarans and luxury yachts belonging to the world’s elite. With sparkling clear waters and a variety of rare tropical fish, it is the perfect place to bring out your camera and go snorkelling or scuba diving. The water is warm and inviting, so pack your swimming costumes and take a dip in this clear blue lagoon.
Centrally located in the lush countryside of Barbados, this magical place invites you to explore its many treasures: the fountain shrine, the depths of the jungle, rare plants and intricate pathways. If you’re lucky you may see the owner, creator, and heart and soul of the garden, Anthony Hunte, wondering around the trails telling fascinating tales to guests. The garden is known to touch the spirit and touch the soul, so prepare for a eye-opening journey on many different levels.
This statue symbolises the breaking free of chains after the abolishment of slavery. The statue is often referred to as Bussa, the slave who helped inspire the slavery revolt in 1816. Catch a quick glance at this statue as you drive the roundabout, or visit it up close and embrace the moving memorial to the end of slavery.
Get a taste of Barbados with the Rum Tour at the Mount Gay Visitors Centre. Discover the historic origins of the brand and observe the mysteries and secrets behind Barbados’ most celebrated spirit. Have a sample of different types of rum to spice up your senses and taste the freshly prepared cocktails available at the bar. Book yourself on the lunch tour to experience the Bajan cuisine whilst looking out over the sea and why not treat yourself or your friends to gifts from the rum souvenir shop.
The Caribbean excursions are not ones to miss. Many different boat tours are available, but the Calabaza Sailing Cruises are one of the best. Beautiful boats carry 12 to 14 people, providing refreshments all day including coffee, banana bread, a buffet lunch and unlimited drinks. Stopping at locations with turtles, colourful reefs and exotic fish; you can view from the boat or jump into the action and snorkel with the friendly creatures of the ocean.
One of the island’s most famed attractions, Harrison’s Cave came about as early as the 18th century and has been admired and appreciated by locals ever since. Stalactites loom from the roof of the cave while crystal-clear water runs through the floors of the cave, forming stunning waterfalls and mysterious pools. This phenomenon of nature has formed over thousands of years but has been modernised for the convenience of visitors, with electrically operated trams and a lighting system, to ensure full exposure of the natural formations.
Sitting on the edge of the Caribbean Sea, the Fairmont Royal Pavilion is a paradise of luxury with sand, sea and sun right on your doorstep. For sophisticated business meetings and conferences, this is a venue that will make you want to work during weekends.
Backing onto an arc of golden sands, Sandy Lane Hotel is characterised by its acres of marble and coral rock; the epitome of glamour. Ideal for luxury holidays, executive retreats, board meetings or conferences, the Sandy Lane Hotel thinks of everything you could wish for to meet your every need.
A stone’s throw away from Barbados’ capital Bridgetown, the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre is centrally located and around 15 minutes from the airport. There are 11 meeting rooms, large conference halls and small rooms designed to cater for intimate meetings. You can overlook the stunning gardens while enjoying the in-house catering during your meeting or conference.
Holidays to Barbados should be full of adventure, so if you’re visiting Barbados, why not venture out and investigate the nearby towns like Oistins, Greenland and Crab Hill. These cities are only a short drive away from Barbados, so may be the ideal location if attending a conference there.
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