Things to Do on Your Barbados Vacation
There should be plenty of things to do on your Barbados villa vacation, so read up in advance and try to schedule in a few of the following suggestions:
During their Barbados vacations, most visitors usually spend at least a little time at some of the island's fabulous beaches. All of the Barbados beaches are open to the public, though east coast beaches tend to be less popular with foreigners because water conditions there are less predictable than in the south and west. Southern beaches, like Carlisle Bay and Silver Sands, usually attract younger crowds; the island's west or "Platinum" coast is where a more upscale group spends their Barbados vacations, making beaches in this area, like Mullins and Paynes Bay, less crowded though no less beautiful.
Barbados villa vacations are also ideal for more dynamic ventures like hiking. The Barbados National Trust maintains both challenging and leisurely trails through the island's hills - an excellent way of exploring the country's sites and keeping active during your Barbados vacation. There should also be no trouble satisfying an appetite for culture during your Barbados vacation; art galleries can be found throughout Bridgetown's parish of St. Michael; the Barbados Jazz Festival in January and Holder's Opera Season in March are world-renowned and should liven up any Barbados vacation.
Caribbean Way clients will have access to our Guest Service Coordinators who will gladly arrange any Barbados vacation activities, including day trips.
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