Barbados Plum Tree Club is the perfect place for a relaxing family retreat. Have a barbeque on the poolside grill and enjoy some quality time with your loved ones.
There are numerous activities you can enjoy with the whole family. Explore under the beautiful Caribbean Sea in the Atlantis Submarine and enjoy unforgettable views of schools of brightly-coloured fish and tropical coral reefs. Or see Barbados from a different perspective with an off-road safari adventure in an open-back Jeep. It’s an exhilarating ride through parts of the island you’ll never see on a regular island tour.
Kids and adults will love swimming with the turtles and snorkelling while enjoying a fabulous catamaran cruise. Lunch, drinks and transfers are included so all you’ll need to pack is a towel, your camera and the sunscreen.
The Barbados Wildlife Reserve is located in the beautiful Scotland District in the north of the island, so even the journey to get there is fun. See the Barbados Green Monkey roaming through the mahogany trees, along with iguanas, turtles, deer and birds. You can visit the snake house and the aviary and hike to the historic Grenade Hall Signal Station.
World-renowned Harrison’s Cave is not to be missed. It has undergone recent renovation, with the addition of a world-class display centre and three glass-fronted elevators to take you 80 feet down from the cliff top to the cave entrance. You’ll never see anything else like this natural wonder—a network of beautifully-lit natural limestone caves with cascading waterfalls and cool streams. Take a guided tram ride between majestic stalactites and stalagmites with photo stops along the way.
During the sugar crop season, visit the sugar factories and see first-hand how Barbados’ high-quality sugar is produced. A visit to the Portvale factory and sugar museum is sure to be interesting and educational for all ages.
There’s no shortage of activities for the history buff in Barbados. The Barbados Museum, located in the historic Garrison area, showcases Barbadian history from Amerindian settlements to the present day. Just a short distance away is George Washington House, the only location where this former U.S. president stayed outside of North America.
Nature lovers can visit Flower Forest and Orchid World, with their breath-taking displays of tropical blooms and foliage.
There’s always something to do in Barbados and we would be happy to send you any information or make bookings for you before you arrive.