Barbados has two sides to her personality: British propriety and saucy Caribbean swagger. Enjoy an afternoon tea, followed by a jam at a street party-cum-fish fry.
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cowboy8180 says ...
If you are looking for a great beach, go to the Boat Yard"! There is a bar, a rope swing off the pier, an inflatable island to jump off, clean water, clean bathrooms and the $15 entry fee includes a free drink and transport back to the ship terminal!
Visited: Oct 31, 2015
Tartanal says ...
We got a taxi and had a day at the beach. Taxi at port took us to The Boatyard beach. ( Highly recommend it). Cost 5 dollars each. Cost 20 dollars each for entry to beach but I must say it was worth every penny. For that we got a sun bed each ( in other ports we paid 5 or 10 dollars just for a bed) an umbrella, a rum punch ( powerful stuff), WiFi and a boat trip and snorkelling gear and taken out for an hour snorkelling with the turtles and the most amazing fish. I swam and my wife just relaxed on the boat. Had a lovely bar meal and a couple of drinks. A lovely day to finish off our holiday.
Visited: Oct 27, 2017
chuckcalandro32 says ...
one of our favorite islands. if you want a good beach, take cab to "boat yard beach". I think the cab is $5.00 to get there, its short ride. I believe its $20.00 to get onto beach but that includes chair, umbrella, free drink and free cab ride back to ship. Its an awesome beach, clean, easy to walk in, no big drops, great restaurant on beach that is open type, great bar, free wifi, clean bathrooms, showers outside, just an awesome place. Hint, its where the crew members go so you know its great. Well worth every penny. they do have a small gift shop also. love this beach. been there several times.
Visited: Oct 07, 2017
sbeaule71 says ...
Our taxi driver brought us to Pebble Beach which is a public beach with no entrance fee. It was very clean and beautiful with restrooms available to change in. We saw sea turtles while we were swimming almost close enough to touch.
Visited: Mar 06, 2017
johnnierainey says ...
So you want a beach, take your pick...too many to choose from. You want history, visit the forts, English style churches, Bridgetown cricket ground (ten minutes walk from the ship), visit Trafalgar Square. Rum factories, fruit plantations, beautiful scenery. Barbados has the lot. The cruise terminal is situated approximately twenty to twenty-five minutes walk from the centre of Bridgetown, mostly on flat though slightly uneven surfaces. Normally it is hot so a taxi might be a good bet.
Visited: Jan 02, 2017
TMorant says ...
Loved this port, I attended the Flavors of Barbados and Island Drive: Our tour guide Rose was Awesome!!!! Five starts for this woman and the driver Peter. Great Tour, can't say enough, I'm ready to go back to this Island. Loved this place!!!!
Visited: Oct 07, 2017
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