Barbados has so much to explore! Contact Frontdesk to book a tour to see any of these places!
St. Nicholas Abbey
St. Nicholas Abbey’s great house, built by Benjamin Berringer in 1658, is one of just three Jacobean style mansions remaining in the Western Hemisphere, and one of the finest historic sites in Barbados.
Harrison’s Cave is considered an active cave as it carries water, and it is very much alive as its stalagmites are still growing!
Tucked away on the south coast, a wide expansive beach with smooth rolling waves riding onto the shore.
Morgan Lewis Mill
This Mill is the last sugar windmill to operate in Barbados. In 1962 the mill was given to the Barbados National Trust for preservation as a museum.
Wild Life Reserve
In addition to the green monkeys, the wildlife reserve also keeps a variety of other animals, many of which roam without separation from visitors. These include red brockets, red-footed tortoises, Patagonian maras, Cuban rock iguanas, and numerous caged tropical birds.
Enjoy a scenic catamaran cruise along the West Coast of Barbados with a delicious lunch buffet, premium open bar, snorkel, and swim stops among the beautiful tropical fish and turtles.
Learn about the historic Parlimanent buildings nestled in the heart of Bridgetown.
Choose from a variety of land and sea tours that will take you places no one else will!
George Washington House
Visit the same house and surroundings where the first U.S. president stayed over 250 years ago on his visit to Barbados.