1. Play Golf
If you are golfer then we would highly recommend you take your clubs with you. Barbados has a number of courses including the championship rated Royal Westmoreland, the Sandy Lane courses, the newly built Apes Hill and the more economical Barbados Golf Club. Green Fee's are not cheap but all the courses are sublime and offer something a little bit different.
2. Harrison's Cave
Located within the central uplands of the island is Harrison's Cave. It is a fascinating and beautiful limestone cave that offers flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns. You can gaze in wonder at the white flow stones and in awe at the beauty of the speleothems which adorn the cave. Well worth a visit.
3. Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Definitely one for the kids The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is located in the northern parish of St. Peter, where you have the unique opportunity to walk through the reserve looking at the animals really close up. With very few cages and all the animals enjoying their own natural environment it is a great trip.
4. Watch Cricket At The Kensington Oval
West Indian cricket may well be in a slight decline over recent years but the locals still flock to the national stadium to watch matches. If you are in Barbados when a match is being played, regardless of whether you are a cricket fan or not, it is an experience to savour.
5. Take A Tour Of The Mount Gay Rum Visitor Centre
Go and discover the mysteries and secrets behind Barbados' finest and most celebrated spirit. You can choose from a number of tours. One even includes a buffet lunch.
The remaining 5 of our top 10 attractions in Barbados will be highlighted in our next blog.