Colonel Culture
of Barbados
Everything’s special in Barbados. The people, the food (especially Cou Cou or redfish) and ...
Morris Greenidge
Want some privacy?
If you want to slip away to a nice, secluded beach that’s not crowded, head for Maycocks Bay, near Speightstown. It’s well off the beaten track—and only accessible via a path through a meadow alive with butterflies. It’s a bit difficult to find, so bring a friend or two or three or four...
Maycocks Bay
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Tour the garrison
Barbados’ Historic Garrison is a World Heritage Site and home to the most intact, and authentic 18th- and 19th-century British Garrison complex in the world. a guided tour of its tunnels and fortresses will show you how its history was influenced by Oliver Cromwell, George Washington, and The American War of Independence! Established in 1789, it became the center of British regional defense for more than 100 years.
Barbados’ Historic Garrison
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Bajan secret
Dating back to 1627, St James Parish Church is the oldest church on Barbados. It’s also home to ‘Devil's Gate' in the western wall. The story goes that this gate is opened just about an hour before the services begin and later when the bell tolls. The Devil is said to leave through the gate and away from the holy proceedings.
Devil's Gate
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The genuine hospitality and friendliness of Bajans, our rich history and culture and how we appreciate and celebrate it, the gorgeous beaches, the safety of our island—Barbados is just one of those places that you need to visit to fully understand just how special it truly is.