First things first, what is the predominant religion in Barbados? Barbados is a predominately Christian nation, where many dominations exist under the canopy of Christianity. That being said, today, in contemporary times, there is no officially positioned dominant religion.
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 […]
Photo credit: barbados.org 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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Holetown Festival If you are in Barbados during the month of February, you are in for a treat, as Barbadians celebrate the Holetown Festival. Lickrish Food Tours invites you to celebrate in this expression of rich, vibrant Barbadian history and cultural heritage, as well as the indulge in the […]