Caribbean Historic Tours and Travel:
Barbados: Steeped in History!

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Barbados... a historic gem

Barbados heritage vacations

Interested in Caribbean historic travel and tours? Barbados has a rich history and has preserved and restored many of its historic buildings. In fact the capital city of Barbados - and its historic Garrison - are a UNESCO World Heritage Site

As a result, visitors to our shores can enjoy a captivating heritage-styled vacation which includes old plantation houses, the world's rarest collection of 17th century English iron cannon, towering lighthouses, the home of a pirate, museums and historic towns.

Barbados accommodation for Caribbean historic tours and travel

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Location: west
Set in park-like grounds, understated elegance;old world charm with modern convenience.
Nestled on the tranquil west coast of Barbados and combining the best of both the hotel and villa worlds is the unique property of Settlers Beach Villa Hotel. The hotel appeals to mature guests looking for tranquility and informality and it has always been very popular with families who appreciate the spacious accommodation and extensive grounds. Friendly, efficient staff are here to offer you a warm welcome and take care of all your needs, giving you time to enjoy the sun on our beautiful sandy beach, participate in watersports in and under the ocean, or relax on the terrace surrounding the freshwater swimming pool.
Click options to add to your Heritage holiday
  • car rental
  • island tours
  • taxi tours
  • sailing with the turtles
  • submarine
  • underground cave
  • garden tours
  • hiking
  • boating tours
  • diving

Dining for every mood
  • beach dining
  • gourmet dining
  • fun dining
  • family dining

Or build you own Caribbean custom holiday ››

Costing is based on trip dates and # travellers.
Require more that one unit/package
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Includes Seniors (age 65)
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