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Barbados Tourism

Culturally, Barbados seems to be closer to England than to her Caribbean counterparts. Barbados is beautifully landscaped with rolling hills, open pastures, sugar cane plantations and spectacular stretches of sand. The limestone cap that covers most of the island is riddled with caves – don’t forget to explore Harrison’s Cave, an intricate network of limestone caverns.

Good infrastructure and well equipped to handle tourist traffic; Barbados is one of the popular Caribbean islands.

Do not hesitate to try the delicious dolphin available on the local menus in most restaurants in Barbados. It has no similarity to the porpoise but is an ugly yet delicious fish (mahi mahi or dorado) in Barbados.

Fancy a Chattel House in Barbados! These are wooden ‘movable houses’ with ornate designs that are unique and attractive dwellings to Barbados.

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