Coral Sands Beach Resort
Visit Barbados – See the Sights
Harrison’s Cave – This site is a massive cave system. It features 50 foot high caverns, rushing streams, glassy pools and a 40-foot waterfall that cascades into an emerald lake. An electric tram transports visitors over a mile through the cave. Take the Harrison’s Cave Tour.
Andromeda Botanical Gardens – This six acre botanical gardens sit on a cliff overlooking the ocean. It’s known for its tropical flora, including many varieties of ferns, orchids, and one of the world’s largest palm trees.
Mount Gay Rum Tours – Visit the Mount Gay plantation. It’s been in business for 300 years and Mount Gay Rum is well-known around the world.
Carlisle Bay – one of the best swimming bays on the island. It has several shipwrecks for snorkelers and divers. There’s a sandy beach, change facilities, shops, bars and restaurants.
Turtle Encounter – Feed and Swim with sea turtles from a tour boat close to shore. Read our Barbados Turtle Snorkel blog.
Sandy Lane Beach
Visit Barbados – Hotels
- Coral Sands Beach Resort
- Hilton Barbados Resort
- Sugar Bay Barbados – All Inclusive
Visit Barbados – Transportation
Grantley Adams International Airport connects Barbados with Britain, the USA and Canada via non-stop flights. The airport is about a half hour from Bridgetown. The cruise port is at Bridgetown. It’s less than a 10 minute trip from the port to the downtown area. You will find lots of cabs at the cruise pier. They offer fares at set rates to a number of destinations. A trip to various beaches will cost from $5 to $15, while a trip downtown costs a few dollars.