Monday, December 19, 2016

Escape to the East Barbados



Escape to the East Barbados depicts an invigorating getaway to the rugged east cost and Bathsheba.
see video Escape to the East in Barbados

Its also on the waiting list for Unesco Heritage designation Unesco Source:
http://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/1993/ 

The website listed below covers the greater bathsheba area that strtches from tents Fishing village in the south - and up past Cattlewash to the sand dunes in the north.

It is  a rugged windswept Terran much appreciated for its rustic charm and wild ocean waves. The Scotland district has been proposed as a UNESCO Heritage site because of its unique geological forms and  its accretionary prism, a thick wedge of sediments at the junction of two tectonic plates, that are pushed together.

Chalk Mountains notes as an an anomaly in the application for UNESCO Heritage status


See website at http://holidays.barbados.org/escape-to-the-east/

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Distinctively Charming Barbados Family Holidays Make your Spirit Soar




Dont miss this amazing video- it will lift your heart and you want to get to Barbados with the family just as soon as you can - see Details On Barbados Family Holidays on YouTube

Friday, May 6, 2011

Ragged Point Barbados: Fresh air and great views!

Did you know that there are no land masses between the western coast of Africa and the eastern coast of Barbados?


Just imagine the fresh air that can be enjoyed at the easternmost point of Barbados - Ragged Point.

Added to that is spectacular scenery of rugged cliffs and waves of the Atlantic Ocean pounding the shore. This is truly one of the loveliest and most tranquil spots in Barbados.

A historic majestic lighthouse overlooks it all, the need for its warning to sailors now overshadowed by GPS and other technologies. Still it stands as a lovely reminder of the past. This is one of four lighthouses in Barbados, each special in its own way.

If you are visiting Barbados be sure to make a stop at Ragged Point and enjoy the scenes and the lovely fresh air! Have you already visited? Do leave your comments below...

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Warm Mother's Day wishes from Barbados

We're wishing that all mothers could be enjoying relaxation and fun in sunny Barbados... it's well deserved we know.

Unfortunately you can't all be with us in Barbados for Mother's Day so we've put together warm wishes for this special day... enjoy them in the video below...



So how do we celebrate Mother's Day in Barbados? Well first thing you should know is that we Barbadians like to eat! Many of our celebrations revolve around food. Mother's Day lunches at restaurants across the island will be very popular. Others will choose a picnic (we call them excursions!) at one of our many beautiful beaches or parks.

Many will start the day with a Church services and still others will spend the day quietly at home enjoying the company of our special mothers.

However you spend your Mother's Day, we send you warm wishes from Barbados!

Why not send your Mom  a special Barbados Mother's Day e-card?

Friday, April 29, 2011

Discover Queen's Park Barbados!

Large Baobab tree in Queens Park Barbados
If you're visiting Barbados you must make a trip to capital city of Bridgetown! This historic city is over 375 years old and elegantly combines its historic buildings and traditions with modern shopping and conveniences.

If you're visiting by cruise ship then you're in luck because Bridgetown is just about a 10 minutes stroll from the Cruise Ship Terminal.

So what should you do after having a walk through Bridgetown and doing some duty-free shopping? Well a great idea would be to continue walking east and within 2 minutes you'll arrive at historic Queen's Park.

The main house in Queen's Park dates back to the 1700's and was home to the general commanding the troops of the British Garrison in Barbados. Just close your eyes and imagine being in these surroundings over 200 years ago!

Today it is a national park and a wonderful place to take a rest after a day in the bustle of Bridgetown. The art gallery often has local, Caribbean and international art on display so do stop and take a look.

Also look out for the solar-powered house, a wonderful example of how to use this natural resource to power our everyday household needs.

Another special sight in Queens Park is the large Baobab tree - some say it's a thousand years old!

See more information on Queen's Park Barbados...

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Barbados Easter e-cards!

Send your Barbados Easter e-cards... for those lucky enough to be in Barbados and those who wish they were here :)


Barbados Easter e-cards

Monday, April 18, 2011

Pakistan and India tour the West Indies.. see when they're in Barbados

Pakistan and newly crowned World Cup champions India will tour the West Indies this summer and lucky for us both teams will be playing international cricket in Barbados!

Pakistan visit the region first for 2 Tests and 5 ODIs. Kensington Oval will be the venue for 2 of these One Days - on April 28th and May 2nd. Both of these are national holidays in Barbados - for other reasons, not cricket :) - so I expect Kensington to be packed for both matches.

India will also be touring the West Indies for 3 Tests and 5 ODIs. They'll be in Barbados for the 2nd Test which runs from June 28th to (hopefully) July 2nd. No doubt the Indian team will be full of confidence following their World Cup triumphs but the World Cup is over and this is a whole new series!

Looking forward to some great international cricket and a couple of West Indies victories!

If you wish accommodation in Barbados for these matches check http://barbados.org/stay.htm.

For Tickets - as low as US$20!
Toll Free in the region – 1 800 744 GAME(4263)
International callers 1 -268-481-2490
Kensington Oval Ticket Office: 1-246-274-1109