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Fri, Feb 12 - Fri, Feb 26 Feb 12 - Feb 26

Delve into the natural beauty and historic sites of Barbados on a full-day tour of the island’s colonial landmarks and iconic coastlines, stopping to enjoy traditional Bajan specialties and refreshments along the way.

After being picked up by your friendly, local guide, set out to tour the barracks and signal stations at the historic Barbados Garrison, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

At Miami Beach, enjoy a beachfront drink and a Bajan fishcake—these flavorfully seasoned salt cod fritters are a favorite island dish. Pass by the turquoise cove at Foul Bay and wind up the palm-lined road to Codrington College, a 17th-century estate that is now a school of theology.

Admire the view of the rugged eastern coastline from St. John’s Church, a Gothic parish perched on top of a cliff, and stop off at Martins Bay to take in the postcard-worthy scenery on this quiet beach. The waves are wilder at Bathsheba, where locals surf offshore and bathe in rocky pools renowned for their mineral-rich waters.

For a glimpse into Barbados’ plantation past, visit the Morgan Lewis Windmill on Cherry Tree Hill, one of only 2 working sugar windmills in the world.

At North Point, watch the Atlantic surf crash against cliffs and stop for a snack of fragrant banana and coconut bread. On this northern tip of the island, explore the colonial architecture and market vibe of Speightstown and check out the boardwalk in Holetown—the first English settlement in Barbados—before the return trip to your hotel.

Delve into the natural beauty and historic sites of Barbados on a full-day tour of the island’s colonial landmarks and iconic coastlines, stopping to enjoy traditional Bajan specialties and refreshments along the way.

After being picked up by your friendly, local guide, set out to tour the barracks and signal stations at the historic Barbados Garrison, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

At Miami Beach, enjoy a beachfront drink and a Bajan fishcake—these flavorfully seasoned salt cod fritters are a favorite island dish. Pass by the turquoise cove at Foul Bay and wind up the palm-lined road to Codrington College, a 17th-century estate that is now a school of theology.

Admire the view of the rugged eastern coastline from St. John’s Church, a Gothic parish perched on top of a cliff, and stop off at Martins Bay to take in the postcard-worthy scenery on this quiet beach. The waves are wilder at Bathsheba, where locals surf offshore and bathe in rocky pools renowned for their mineral-rich waters.

For a glimpse into Barbados’ plantation past, visit the Morgan Lewis Windmill on Cherry Tree Hill, one of only 2 working sugar windmills in the world.

At North Point, watch the Atlantic surf crash against cliffs and stop for a snack of fragrant banana and coconut bread. On this northern tip of the island, explore the colonial architecture and market vibe of Speightstown and check out the boardwalk in Holetown—the first English settlement in Barbados—before the return trip to your hotel.

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Beautiful Barbados Tour

Activity/Location

Bridgetown

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup

    Bridgetown


Description

Delve into the natural beauty and historic sites of Barbados on a full-day tour of the island’s colonial landmarks and iconic coastlines, stopping to enjoy traditional Bajan specialties and refreshments along the way.

After being picked up by your friendly, local guide, set out to tour the barracks and signal stations at the historic Barbados Garrison, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

At Miami Beach, enjoy a beachfront drink and a Bajan fishcake—these flavorfully seasoned salt cod fritters are a favorite island dish. Pass by the turquoise cove at Foul Bay and wind up the palm-lined road to Codrington College, a 17th-century estate that is now a school of theology.

Admire the view of the rugged eastern coastline from St. John’s Church, a Gothic parish perched on top of a cliff, and stop off at Martins Bay to take in the postcard-worthy scenery on this quiet beach. The waves are wilder at Bathsheba, where locals surf offshore and bathe in rocky pools renowned for their mineral-rich waters.

For a glimpse into Barbados’ plantation past, visit the Morgan Lewis Windmill on Cherry Tree Hill, one of only 2 working sugar windmills in the world.

At North Point, watch the Atlantic surf crash against cliffs and stop for a snack of fragrant banana and coconut bread. On this northern tip of the island, explore the colonial architecture and market vibe of Speightstown and check out the boardwalk in Holetown—the first English settlement in Barbados—before the return trip to your hotel.


Highlights

  • Local guide providing historical & cultural commentary

  • Exploration of sugar cane industry at Morgan Lewis Windmill

  • Visit to the 17th-century plantation at Codrington College

  • Scenic ocean views at Bathsheba, Miami Beach & North Point

  • Tastes of local delicacies—fish cakes & coconut bread


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Barbados

  • Lunch

  • Snacks

  • 3 non-alcoholic drinks

  • Roundtrip transportation to and from your Barbados hotel or cruise ship port


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 72 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Bridgetown