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Family Activities in Barbados

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Safe and serene, Barbados makes for an ideal family vacation—whether you are geared up for a week of water sports and adventure or simply want a beautiful natural place to spend quality time together. Children will enjoy the island’s beautiful beaches and activities like diving under the sea in a submarine, exploring an underground cave, or checking out the cockpit of a supersonic jet.
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Centuries of limestone erosion in Barbados’ northeast produced an extensive network of caves and gullies, highlighted by this underground cavern, which features colorful fields of crystallized limestone stalactites and stalagmites. Visitors tour...
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Bridgetown, Barbados
Families can explore Barbados’ undersea environment on board an Atlantis submarine, which takes passengers down as far as 150 feet to view colorful coral formations and marine life.
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The supersonic Concorde jet retired from service in 2003 but travelers can visit the legendary airliner in a specially built hangar at Grantley Adams airport. The Barbados Concorde Experience also features a “departure lounge” with Concorde...
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Rock Ave, Bridgetown, Barbados
Hastings Rock Beach in Christ Church features small inlets and is ideal for families with small children.
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Foster Hall, Barbados

A half-hour's drive from Bridgetown on the east coast, these gardens on just 2.4 hectares (six acres) of lush grounds are home to an astounding variety of tropical and subtropical plants, from orchids to palms and species found only...

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Bathsheba, Barbados
The map may say Bathsheba, but the locals call it the "Soup Bowl." Known for its world class surfing, the eastern shore of Barbados feels like a throw back to the prehistoric age. Giant boulders tower 50' in the air above the beach, placed there...
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Froster Hall, Barbados
Island Safari offers a variety of jeep safari and power boat adventures for exploring Barbados’ beautiful natural environment and less developed terrain.
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Holetown, Barbados
The week-long annual Holetown Festival on Barbados’ west coast commemorates the 17th century landing of English settlers in the country and kicks off with a re-enactment of that historic event. The February 12 to 19 festival also features parade...