Saint James has earned a reputation as the playground of the world’s rich and famous. Celebrities, business magnates, and billionaires have been flocking to the Platinum Coast of Barbados for decades to enjoy the sun, surf, and luxurious amenities this stretch of golden paradise offers.
Horse racing is more than a sport in Barbados, it’s a national pastime second only to cricket. Horses have played an essential part in island life since the early 1800s.
Oistins is a fishing village along Barbados’s southern coast. During the day it’s an excellent place to get an authentic feel for how (and why) a significant portion of the local population still makes it’s living from the sea
Barbados has a long a storied past. Historic mansions, plantation homes, and massive private residences dot the island dating from the Colonial period over 300 years ago.
This natural limestone formation underneath the heart of Barbados is massive—at least 2.3 kilometers (1.3 miles) long and nearly 15 meters (50 feet) high in some places
Barbados is one of the most beautiful islands in the Eastern Caribbean. It’s home to many botanical gardens in which one can escape for a few hours or even a whole day
As a former British colony, cricket holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Barbadians. In fact, cricket plays an important part in the history of the island itself and provides important economic stimulus even today