If you are a nature lover or love spending time outside, your Barbados holiday will be a thrilling and fun practice since Barbados is home to natural gardens, caves and so much more. The island of Barbados is the most eastern exposure of all the Caribbean Islands. Consequently, it is the Vortex of major sells coming from the Atlantic. This makes Barbados a greater surfing hotspot as well as dive destination. Being a “multi-sport” traveler, there are multiple reasons for you to stay in the exciting Barbados.
The diving in Barbados may not be “world class” but it is fascinating and varied. There are over 200 wrecks that lie just off its shores. The most famous being the Stavronikita, a 365’ Greek freighter.
On the other hand, Barbados has much more to deal than a few wrecks. The Fringing reefs scattered around the island offer superb diving. Some of the native marine life you can see included (many) hawksbill turtles, stingrays, flying fish and barracuda. This not all there are lot more to discover and enjoy for your day offs.
If you enjoy to surf and dive or have a non-diving partner, Barbados is an entertaining island with lots of actions. One of the events you don’t want to miss–also a good trip for families is the catamaran sail. A 3/4 day adventure trip which contains all food and drinks (yes, alcohol also). They mark numerous snorkel stops where you can snorkel with sea turtles and see underwater wrecks. You navigate by huge mansions where many celebrities have stayed. Makes for a fun and interesting day.
During our stay at Crane Resort the experience was fantastic, food, services was absolutely amazing. Rooms, service were beautifully decorated upon our arrival. Crane Beach Resort is well-known for “One of the 10 Best Beaches in the World’ by the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.. This is one of the greatest attractive beaches on the island. The pink, powder soft sand is supplemented by numerous attractive descriptions of blue from the sea and a light tropical breeze. This beach and its ambiances are evidence of the mastery of nature. So set your trip to Barbados to discover its flora and fauna. Moreover if you are fond of some botanic adventure then Welch man Hall Gully is home to a unique combination of animals and plants. Comprehend Barbados over the eyes of the island’s first pioneers. Sight monkeys nourishing and wavering from tree to tree and networking with each other. Individuals are able to take in a magnificent interpretation of the island’s east coast and be impressed by the flora spotlessly concealed within the gully.
The Animal Flower Cave is also one of the most interesting spot at the North of the island in the district of St. Lucy. It is the only sea cave in the island which is accessible. The cave essentially opens into the Atlantic Ocean, just a little from the theme where the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea meet. The cave is a blend of history, sea visions and activity. As a whole your visit to this beautiful place is all you crave for!