Visitor’s guide to Bridgetown, Barbados

Bridgetown is the vibrant capital of one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean sea, Barbados. When it was discovered by the British it was a deserted island and all that was left by its former inhabitants, the Atawak Indians, was a single wooden bridge. Continue reading “Visitor’s guide to Bridgetown, Barbados” »

Barbados, Pearl of the Caribbean

Often described as the “Pearl of the Caribbean, Barbados is located at the eastern-most end of the Caribbean Sea. Barbados, unlike other nearby islands is not volcanically formed, but is in actuality a huge coral reef which dates back to more than one million years from now. Quite befitting the nickname ‘the real fantasy island’ the pristine beaches are the highlight of Barbados’ attributes. The Sun shines more than 335 days a year on Barbados, and innumerous travelers come here from North America and Europe when the freezing winter months leave no option but to search out a sanctuary. Continue reading “Barbados, Pearl of the Caribbean” »