10 Things To Love About Barbados
NUMBER ONE: The colorful buildings which can be seen all over the island in vibrant shades of yellow, purple, and blue.
NUMBER TWO: The sunsets, every. single. night.
NUMBER THREE: The genuine and sweet nature of the locals who will make you feel safe, welcome, and comfortable.
NUMBER FOUR: The Cliff Restaurant is an all-time favorite for many. The open air seating overlooking the ocean, complete with tiki torches and swanky decor, makes for an epic Barbados experience.
NUMBER FIVE: Sandy Lane Beach, with its soft sand and pristine waters appears to be straight out of a dream.
NUMBER SIX: The very chill vibe will have you relaxed in no time. Things move slowly on island time, without a worry in the world.
NUMBER SEVEN: Saint Nicolas Abbey is a beautiful plantation and rum distillery that will take you back to the 1600s when the plantation was originally built. Explore the wonderful tropical grounds of the property, learn all about how rum is made, and top it off with a Saint Nicolas Abbey rum tasting.
NUMBER EIGHT: Harrison’s Cave is a very intriguing group of underground taverns which were created by water erosion through limestone rock. The cave can be seen by tram or an eco adventure tour.
NUMBER NINE: The Wildlife Reserve in Barbados is quite the way to see wild animals up close and personal. A random group of turtles, peacocks, turkeys, deer, monkeys, reptiles, and some animals I’ve never even seen before, all seem to live together and get along in one big group near the feeding areas. You can walk up and feed them as they aren’t caged in and all stand on top of one another.