Probably one of the greatest things about Barbados is that there are just so many fun things to do in Barbados and of course, places to go in Barbados! The things to do in Barbados vary from the ultimate in relaxation in spas to roughing it in whatever sport you fancy. Here are a couple of things to do Barbados style!
Barbados is known for its rum. Go to a restaurant or two and try some of their smooth and decadent Barbados rums!
Visit the Grantley Adams International Airport and try to relieve the glory days of supersonic flight of the Concorde.
Unbeknownst to many, one of the best things to do in Barbados is to play cricket! If you have some time and enjoy the sport, try to watch a match or two of cricket. If you are really adventurous, try to even swing a bat in the field for yourself.
Barbados is also well known for its luxury items! If you are into Louis Vuitton for example, you can get it at great prices in Barbados! You can even check out Limegrove Lifestyle Center, for the best in luxury shopping.
If you want to go a little natural and organic, visit the Brighton Farmers Market, which produces the freshest items straight from the farm.
If you are looking for some beach items, also go and check out Beth & Tracie to release your inner beach goddess!
If you just want to buy something for your friends and loved ones at home, visit the Best of Barbados Gift shop, which is the island’s best family-run and premier artist gift shop!
If you are a bit of a military and/or history buff, the Barbados Garrison dates back to as far as 1650! You can find the George Washington House and the National Museum in this historical garrison.
Both an activity and an attraction, the Hunte’s Gardens should be part of your things to do. This serene space features wonderful floral attractions, right gob smack in the middle of the rainforests of Barbados. Carry your camera with you and indulge the trekker in you!
MACO’s Coast to Coast Barbados Island Tour
If you are a bit clueless on what to do in Barbados, try following the coast to coast island tour of MACO. All you need to do is to rent a car, pack up some rum punch, and Bajan fish cutters!