Six Top-Rated Barbados Destinations to Explore This Summer


A stand out amongst all the Atlantic and Caribbean Islands, Barbados preserves the distinguishing elegance and civilising customs of its British heredity suffused with a rich West Indian vibe. In Bridgetown, the safe and clean capital, imposing royal buildings and the momentous barracks are nominated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. All over the islet are rambling sugar ranches and historical museums, alongside never-ending tropical splendor. Lovely white and pink coral-sand beaches, pale turquoise seas, and a spectacular east coast carved by thumping waves are some of the main attractions of the island. The warm sea water can be tumultuous, yet the islet provides a few protected beaches for snorkelling and swimming, as well as surfing, and some well-known dive sites.

Let’s find out some of the top rated sightseeing destinations that you should check out when you hire any Barbados Tours services.

Crane Beach:

With its lovely pink coral sand, Crane Beach was at one time a boat corridor where freights were unloaded and raised by a winch floating on top of the rock face. However, today it is one of the most renowned Barbados beaches. Tourists and locals both come here to play in the rolling waves, get a tan on the gentle sands, and look at the extravagance Crane Beach Hotel, the ancient hotel in Barbados.

Bathsheba:

The picturesque township of Bathsheba is the main point of traveller attractions on the Atlantic east coast. The Flower Forest and Andromeda Tropical Botanic Gardens are close by. The Bathsheba Beach is ideal for surfing and photographs, but powerful undercurrents can make swimming dangerous here.

Andromeda Botanic Gardens:

Specialising tropical plants worldwide, the Andromeda Botanic Gardens are eminent not just for their compilation, but for their picturesque area on a hillside sitting above the Atlantic as well. Also fascinating are the massive bearded fig trees, which once sheltered the islet in huge woodlands, probably provoking passing Portuguese mariners to name the islet “Barbados”. Andromeda Botanic Gardens are also ideal if you love bird watching.

Harrison’s Cave:

A crystallised limestone cave, Harrison’s Cave features waterfalls, streams, deep pools and cascades. Following an enlightening film, tourists explore a one-and-a-half-kilometer path through an electric cable car with a stop to stroll to cascade diving to profound pool underneath. Lights enlighten the imposing stalactites and falling waters.

Flower Forest:

Offering stunning panoramas, in the hills of central Barbados, the Flower Forest covers fifty-three acres of tranquil woodland and tropical plants on the grounds of an earlier sugar ranch. Garden aficionados can walk along a route of well-marked paths via lush plants with several locations to sit down and unwind. The lovely gingers, palms, and numerous vibrant orchids are the major highlights here.

Farley Hill National Park:

Some time ago the grounds of an affluent plantation house, Farley Hill National Park is now a quaint hilltop garden snuggled in a woodland of mahogany trees. This blossoming 17 acre park is also a renowned site for weddings and picnic. Tourists can appreciate stunning sights of the sea and the moving palm-capped hills from the summit of the hill at the back of the house.

For economical yet convenient Barbados excursions tours services, please contact RCR Tours. We are committed to offering the best island travelling experience to both the local and outsiders. Please feel free to get in touch with us at 1 (246) 231-5357 for any further inquiry about our services.

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