Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Royal Westmoreland luxury resort in Barbados proudly leads the way in providing a unique exclusive Caribbean resort experience. Located on the west coast in the parish of St James, this gorgeous destination offers a unique blend of secluded privacy within your own elegant villa home combined with …
The Fairmont Royal Pavilion has been described as 'The Jewel in the Crown of Barbados' where gently swaying palms grow tall amidst outstanding landscaped gardens, aflame with tropical flowers, lily ponds and fountains. A small but deluxe resort, Royal Pavilion has few equals in the Caribbean. Set …
The Tamarind is one of five of the finest hotels and resorts the Caribbean island has to offer. Tamarind is set on one of the most beautiful stretches of beachfront in all of Barbados and has two restaurants and the attraction of Daphne’s restaurant just along the beach. Tamarind features …
Set on 32 acres of Barbados Platinum coast, this former sugar plantation epitomizes everything Caribbean for the entire family with lush tropical foliage, a venerable Sugar Mill and a powdery white sand beach that stretches more than a mile.
One of the most exclusive small hotels in the West Indies, the Sandpiper is the perfect vacation hideaway on the West Coast of Barbados. Much of this hotel’s charm and style are attributed to Wayne and Karen Capaldi who run it with meticulous attention to detail without sacrificing the relaxed …
Coral Reef Club is the epitome of West Indian elegance. Renowned for its special ambiance and classic Island style, this family-owned and run resort is one of the finest in the Caribbean and only five minutes’ drive from one of the Island’s main tourist hot-spots, Holetown. Coral Reef Club has 88 …
Sandy Lane5 star
The legendary Sandy Lane Hotel raised the standard for all of the world's leading resort hotels and continues to do so. This luxurious property has made a quantum leap in service standards with the very latest amenities, an entirely new state-of-the-art 45,000 sq. ft luxury spa, gourmet cuisine, …
Beach View4 star
Beach View Hotel is ideally located on the famed West Coast of Barbados overlooking the stunning waters of beautiful Paynes Bay in St. James. We are just 10 minutes from the capital city of Bridgetown and 5 minutes from exciting Holetown which offers a selection of restaurants, nightlife, shops and …
And at the heart of the Royal Westmoreland villa resort lies a championship golf course, recently given the accolade of number 31 in the world outside of the USA. Designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., the Par 72, 7045 yards of this course are sure to test golfers of every ability …
Sandy Lane provides the ultimate choice of contrasting golfing experiences. With 45 holes, you can choose from a friendly knock about on the Old Nine, the resort-style 18-hole Tom Fazio designed Country Club course with its spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea or the world-rated Green Monkey, …
The newest golf course in the Caribbean opened in December 2009. Apes Hill Club enjoys a prime location at almost 1000 feet above sea level in the centre of Barbados. Located amongst a richly diverse landscape of rolling meadows, dense tropical forest, and coral stone quarries. Apes Hill is an …
Barbados Golf Club, located at Durants in the southern parish of Christ Church, has become the soul of golfing in Barbados for local players as well as hotel guests and visitors cruising through the Caribbean. The course was approved and sanctioned by the PGA European Tour to host a PGA …
9-hole par 3 course, more for hotel guest relaxation than a challenge for dedicated golfers.
Sandy Lane provides the ultimate choice of contrasting golfing experiences. With 45 holes, you can choose from a friendly knock about on the Old Nine, the resort-style 18-hole Tom Fazio designed Country Club course with its spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea or the world-rated Green …
Barbardos Golf Breaks
• Deep sea fishing
• Exploring the smaller islands
• Francis Plantation
• Harrison’s Cave
• Gunhill Signal Station
Jeep safari - Climb into one of the comfortable Safari rigged Land Rover Jeeps, and prepare for a tour of the Island like no one else can show you! Atlantis Submarine – This is an undersea expedition! Discover the natural phenomenon of Barbados' undersea world when you board the Atlantis.
Harrison’s Crystal Cave & Flower Forest Tour – Harrison’s Cave is an amazing gallery of stalactites and stalagmites. The Flower Forest is where the flora and fauna of the Island can be seen in their natural splendor.
Zip Line - soar high above the tree tops and have a birds-eye view of the world below them.
Deep Sea Fishing - here's your chance to get “the big one” by fishing in our warm, Caribbean waters.
Helispins - See how Barbados best unfolds its beautiful secrets - by air.
Natural Wonders of Barbados Tour including Harrison's Cave
Experience the island's natural wonders while driving through its lush green hills. Visit the magnificent Harrison's Cave full of underground streams and waterfalls, stalactites and stalagmites. Then, it's off to Barbados' very own world of orchids, rich in the colors and tropical blooms.
Beautiful Barbados Coastal Sightseeing Tour
This tour has been designed to give you an extensive insight on the beautiful coastlines and beaches of Barbados. On this day of sightseeing and adventure, you'll visit the hidden spots that make Barbados the gem of the Caribbean!
Your route starts along the South Coast beginning with the Barbados capital of Bridgetown. You'll travel up the coast pass Accra Beach, Oistins, Miami Beach, Foul Bay, Crane Beach, Bottom Bay, Bathsheba, the East Coast, Cherry Tree Hill and North Point. From the north, you'll head back down the west coast through Speightstown and Holetown.
Just BIM Barbados Tour including St. Nicholas Abbey
Just BIM is a tour dedicated to showing you the 'must-see' attractions of Barbados! With over seven stops, such as Bathsheba and Andromeda Gardens, you are sure to get a taste of the real Barbados on this tour!
Your Just BIM tour begins at local pottery shop where you'll learn all about craft making in Barbados. Leaving the pottery shop, you'll head to Flower Forest to enjoy a relaxing walk around the beautiful tropical flowers. Keep an eye out for the playful monkeys which are often seen playing in the trees! You'll then enjoy a scenic drive through the beautiful Bathsheba and Cattle wash with a stop for lunch. Then, you'll head over to St. Nicholas Abbey which is possibly the last remaining authentic house of the 17th Century that exists anywhere in the "New World". Your next stop will be at Harrison's Cave where you'll tour the caverns bellow by tram. The stalactites and stalagmites have been growing from the floors and ceilings for many centuries! With crystal blue waters from breathtaking pools and waterfalls, Harrison's Cave is a must see when in Barbados!
The Caribbean is known for its orchids, and at Orchid World there are more than 20,000 of these tropical floral delights.
The long stretch of secluded wave-lapped white sand at Crane Beach has been voted one of the 10 best beaches in the world. Ideal for romantic strolls, the beach is overlooked by the statues and gardens of the ritzy Crane Resort, the first resort hotel to be built in Barbados.
From Amerindians to reef coral, plantation furnishings to rare maps, the Barbados Museum takes you on a journey into the past. A children’s gallery explores childhood experiences over the centuries, and an African collection displays antiques and crafts. If you’re here in December, drop in to browse the annual art festival. The museum is housed in the Garrison building, a former British military prison.
Away from the clubs and abundance of bars, several boats offer day and night party cruises. They often offer free transfers to and from your accommodation.
Oistins Fish Fry- Friday Nites
Enjoy a good fish fry? A great way of mixing with the locals and attending a real Barbadian institution is to go to the Oistins' Fish Fry on a Friday night. Oistins is a bustling fishing town on the South Coast and is busy most nights but really comes alive on Fridays.
Bajan Roots & Rhythms, held at The Plantation Theatre, is the only dinner and stage show in Barbados designed to offer visitors a genuine representation of West Indian culture.
1627 And All That
Delight to the colourful splendour of authentic folk dance, drama, and traditional rhythms, featuring spirited performances by members of Barbados' leading dance company. Experience the history of Barbados from 1627 to present, as it unfolds in music, verse and dance. A truly memorable evening of entertainment.