May 21, 2022

Island Festivals

Photo credit:   Twitter: @barbados Island Festivals The season for the celebration of summer festivals in Barbados is upon us!  With beautiful balmy weather, inviting breezes and sunshine, it’s the time to get out and frolic!  The month of May is the kickoff point in time.  So be sure to […]
April 1, 2022

Easter in Barbados

It is Easter In Barbados! It is April, and in this year 2022, Easter events and celebrations are on the list of things to do in Barbados. The calendar is diverse with traditions that have become woven into the fabric of cultural Barbadiana (things Barbadian) and practiced for centuries. The […]
March 2, 2022

Cricket, lovely cricket!

The month of March is a wonderful time to be on the island of Barbados.  Cricket enthusiasts, fans, followers and even those with a mere interest, will be thrilled to note that the West Indies take on England in the 2nd test match of the England Tour of West Indies […]
January 3, 2022

The Beautiful Beaches of Barbados

Barbados invokes images of swaying palm trees, friendly people, crystal clear waters, and powdery white beaches. You’ll find many beaches on the island that invite swimming, as well as remote shorelines frequented by surfers and kite boarders, which provide a contrasting experience to swimming. And considering the different dynamics, it’s […]
May 12, 2020

Barbados Tours

If you are looking for places to visit on your next vacation, look no further than the tropical island of Barbados. This former British colony is located in the Caribbean island chain and is a true cultural melting pot with much to offer. With its rich history, great food, beautiful beaches and friendly […]
March 8, 2020

Kid-Friendly Activities in Barbados

Are you looking for things to do with your kids while on holiday in Barbados? Then look no further… we have compiled a list of kid-friendly attractions that are sure to keep your little ones entertained while on island. Our first suggestion is a trip to Harrison’s Cave. This subterranean […]
February 1, 2020

The Holetown Festival

The annual Holetown Festival commemorates the arrival of the first British settlers in Barbados, who landed on February 17, 1627, in the area that is now known as Holetown, in the parish of St. James. What initially started as a weekend-long celebration in 1977, has grown to an eight-day festival […]