Barbados, sometimes called little Britain in the Caribbean, is an island developed for tourism. This Barbados travel guide will help you plan a trip to this beautiful island in the Caribbean. It’s small but has many cultural and a few natural sites too that are a must go to if you’re not on one of the pristine beaches. The airport is located not far from Bridgetown, the capital. The west coast has the best beaches and the capital Bridgetown. It’s the best area to stay with lots of different types of accommodations.
Barbados has been under British rule, after the Saladoid-Barrancoid, Arawak Indians and the Caribs left, for a long time. It thrived on sugar plantations and rum distilleries. Today many old British colonial buildings remain in Bridgetown but also scattered around the island. Barbados is not the island to go to for long nature hikes but does have Botanical gardens, lush green gorges, and caves. This Barbados travel guide contains all these places. Check the below articles of Barbados so you will be prepared when you visit.
Make sure to read my 2-week Caribbean island-hopping itinerary to Antigua, St. Lucia and Barbados if you plan a trip to Barbados.