Barbados

Pink sand at sunrise

Barbados


Barbados has more than 70 miles of beaches and with the beautiful translucent azure waters and a brilliant all year-round climate; this island is sure not to disappoint.

Bridgetown boutiques are interspersed with quay side bistros giving you unbeatable diversity to appeal to the most seasoned foodies, who continue to flock here to feast on fine food and beverages in exquisite, internationally acclaimed restaurants.

Why not sample some of the world’s finest rum, dancing to a calypso band. A chance to party ‘Bajan-style’. With the introduction of the Barbados Food and Rum Festival held in November, The west coast offers calm waters and dusty white beaches on which you can unwind with rum punch in hand.

Barbados has exhilarating water sports, ranging from paragliding, water skiing to Catamarans, or simply unwind whilst swimming with the sea turtles through breath taking coral.

Thorne Travels favourite part of the island is the eastern shoreline as the thunderous waves lead to one of the best surfing spots in the world.

If you are looking for a day of snorkelling or swimming then the south of the island is for you. The protected waters, lead down to the beautiful sands and reef.

Those who seek adventure in its windsurfing playgrounds the southeast coast is your perfect match.

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