Barbados, West Indies

  • 70 miles of shoreline for world-class watersports.
  • Visit the Soup Bowl or Silver Sands for the region’s best wind and kitesurfing,
  • Pay a visit to the Mount Gay Rum Visitor Centre for an authentic rum punch.
  • During summer, dance with the locals at the Crop Over festival, which dates all the way back to the 1780s. It marks a successful sugar cane harvest.
  • Venture underground at Harrison’s Cave, the most popular attraction on the island, to see dazzling stalagmites and stalactites.
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