Category: Barbados Travel News
Vujaday 2019 Live is review and sampling of featured artists of the event. Each video is 1 to 1.5 mins in length and samples the artist with 2- to 10-second snippets of their variations. It will convey a memory of what you may have seen. If you were not here for this remarkable Caribbean Music […]
Barbados has had a culture of travelling kitchens and food vans for decades. Long before tourism became an industry in Barbados, cooks carried meals to workers on the job and to homes, cricket fields and places where people gathered.
As early as April 15, commuters travelling between Jamaica and Barbados will have the possibility to fly non stop on Caribbean Airlines.
The National Cultural Foundation has released the 2019 Crop Over Calendar which signals that the season is fast approaching. This festival is a colourful spectacle which spans a period of three months, culminating in the massive carnival parade – Grand Kadooment.
Jamaican reggae artiste and Grammy award winner, Buju Banton, has begun his highly anticipated Long Walk to Freedom Tour and will be on his way to Barbados 27 April 2019.
In celebration of the 80th Anniversary, the Barbados Orchid Society will showcase an 80th Anniversary Orchid Show on March 30th – 31st, 2019.
Barbados wins medals in the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi. The small team of four persons captured three gold medals and one silver medal in the games.
From gorgeous vistas to the opportunity to frolic far from home, there are many reasons to have a destination wedding. It is no wonder why they are slowly becoming the new norm. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider having your own destination wedding.
Sandy Lane Barbados has won the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award for the 4th year in a row. It is also the only hotel in Barbados to receive this honour. Sandy Lane, one of the “World’s Most Luxurious Hotels” has also received The Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Award and the British Airways Holidays […]
The sewage issues which have been plaguing the island’s south coast have been rectified and steps are being taken to ensure that it does not reoccur.