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Harrison’s Cave - Venture deep beneath the earth’s surface and explore one of Barbados’ natural treasures with a guided tour of a living cave. Hear the rushing streams and witness spectacular stalactites and stalagmites as you travel by tram to the early explorers’ entrance and experience some of their adventures.
Oistins - The most popular place to go for authentic Bajan culture & charm, Oistins is a fishing village that guarantees the best local seafood, drinks, music and craft souvenirs. Friday nights in Oistins is not to be missed!
South Coast Boardwalk - A fabulous stretch of Boardwalk on the south coast of Barbados for a picturesque stroll with stops for photos or to grab a local beer or sunset cocktail at one of the restaurants along the way.
St. Lawrence Gap - Saint Lawrence Gap, sometimes just called "The Gap", is known as the entertainment capital and is located on the south coast of Barbados. Found between Oistins to the east and Worthing to the west, St. Lawrence Gap features a 1.5k kilometer stretch of bars, hotels, clubs, restaurants and shops.
Bathsheba & East Coast - The rustic side of Barbados washed by the Atlantic Ocean. The East Coast is where locals go to “get away” from it all.
Rihanna Drive - No visit to the island is complete without a trip to the childhood home of Bajan Gem and multi platinum, international artiste and business mogul Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty. Just outside of Bridgetown, the street where Rihanna grew up has been renamed in her honour with a commemorative plaque erected at the entrance of the street.