If you are fascinated by nature and want to embrace your thirst for adventure, then it is time to explore Barbados!
Day One: Arrive in Barbados
Check into Sugar Bay Barbados, an oceanfront property on the southwest coast of the island. Eat dinner at one of the onsite restaurants, Reef Buffet, UMI, or Sizzle Steakhouse, and enjoy your first evening in Barbados.
Day Two: Be Adventurous
Take a ride on the Island Safari, spend the day riding in a 4 x 4 jeep visiting some of the island’s most stunning spots. This off-road adventure includes snacks, refreshments, lunch at a local restaurant, and unlimited enjoyment. Your knowledgeable tour guide will point out all the important sites along the way and make sure you enjoy the ride. This ride is always a good time, featuring an exciting off road experience and some fascinating stops. Some of the safari stops typically include the Lion at Gun Hill signal station, Bathsheba Park, & Little Bay.
Day Three: Discover the Sights Underground
Have breakfast at Reef, then explore the beauty underground during the Harrison’s Cave Eco – Adventure Tour. Trek through the depths and unaltered terrain of Harrison’s Cave with a helmet, headlamp, and experienced guide. This eco-adventure tour allows you to climb, crawl, and explore the natural pathways of the cave that the original explorers used when it was originally discovered. Once you return from exploring the cave, spend some time relaxing on the beach or in the pools at your hotel. Grab a chair and umbrella by the sea for the afternoon, if you need any help the water-sports hut will be happy to assist.
Day Four: Be Daring
Be the driver of your next off road experience with Off Road Fury go-karts. This tour allows you to drive one of their off road vehicles through all sorts of terrain on the island. After your off-road experience, head out to animal flower cave. This is the island’s only accessible sea cave named after the sea anemones that inhabit the area. Located on the northern point of island, this area offers breathtaking views from atop the cliff edges. Swim and explore the inside of the cave which has a coral floor estimated to be about 400,000 years old. There is also a restaurant located on one of the cliff edges, allowing you to take in the oceanfront view while you enjoy a meal.
Day Five: Swim Among the Fish
Spend your day scuba diving with the fish and turtles. The tropical climate in Barbados allows diving to take place year round. With multiple dive shops and sites around the island, the options are endless. Carlisle Bay Marine Park is popular site with multiple shipwrecks and an abundance of marine life. There is also the Folkestone Marine Park where the SS Stavronikita is located, the most famous wreck on the island. The variety of dive sites offer shipwrecks, coral reefs, and areas crawling with marine wildlife. Stop by any of the dive shops for equipment, advice, and experienced guides.
Day Six: Depart from Barbados
Pack your bags and head to the airport at least 2 and ½ hours before your flight. The airport is a 20 minute drive from the hotel and it is recommended to arrive at least 2 hours before your flight. Check out time is 11am, if you have an evening flight feel free to enjoy the beach and pools one last time. There is a complimentary hospitality suite where you can wash up before you leave for the airport. Have a safe trip and remember to return to Barbados.