Caribbean Travel Guides Limited

101 Things To Do and Places To See in Barbados

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ISBN: 9780993431814
Publisher: Caribbean Travel Guides Limited
Publication Date: 2016-12-01
Number of pages: 72
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This insider’s guide reveals the island’s best-kept secrets, so you can feel like a “regular”, even on your first trip, and find activities for the whole family!

Find the best beaches, away from the crowds... Learn the stories behind the sights Plan your holiday before you leave home - and make sure you pack the right stuff! Benefit from local knowledge Make the most of your hard-earned vacation This book is small enough to fit in your pocket

Did you know that Bajans were among the first to produce rum? Or that the grapefruit was bred in one of the island's gullies? Russell Streeter does. He also knows where the most tranquil beaches are, where the turtles swim and nest, and where you can savour the best fried fish.

In this information age, it can be challenging sifting through all of the data and finding what’s really useful. So instead of trawling through the Internet, this insightful and colourful book will help you to navigate the best that Barbados has to offer.

It includes details of:

38 beautiful beaches to relax on; 39 engaging attractions; 24 fun activities to keep you out of trouble! Lists of major tour operators with contact details; Summaries of the major scuba diving sites around the island;

Plus over 30 full-colour pictures, a short guide to local cuisine and a list of major annual cultural and sporting events

All this for less than the cost of a good meal!

This book doesn't include every beach, rum shop or building that the Queen or George Washington ever stayed in. There are no details of hotels or restaurants - because Trip Advisor is the best place for such information.

Instead, it's your personal tour guide to some of the best that Barbados has to offer.

There's more to Barbados that the beaches. With this book you can feel like a 'regular' even on your first trip!

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