October 2, 2022

Celebrating Food and Rum

Photo Credit: foodandrum.com Food and Rum It is that time of the year when the culinary flavours of Barbados and it cultural cuisine will be on display. These delights will be available to visitors and locals alike, as through a number of activities surrounding food and rum, culinary artists and […]
June 10, 2022

Tropical Fruits of Barbados

Traditions Retained Traversing the capital city of Bridgetown, along the many highways, bi-ways, alley-ways, streets, and street corners of this beautiful island, during the summer months you will come upon vendors offering their wares in fruit. The large trays are laden with fruit in an array of colours, which catches […]
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 […]
November 13, 2019

Independence Celebrations

INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONS IN BARBADOS If you are visiting Barbados and searching for Things To Do In Barbados during the month of November, you will notice many public places, including government buildings, offices, shopping centres and restaurants adorned in the national colours of blue, gold and black. And if you traverse […]
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