Barbados: An Open Heart of Nature Surrounded by Blue Reflections
Barbados is an island country located in the Lesser Antilles. It spans over an area of nearly 432 sq. km and is a pure gift of nature. It is one of the most favourite tourist locations on the North Atlantic, and offers an amazing coastal ambience. It makes its mark on the map just above the continent of South America. It is about 100 km east of the Caribbean Sea and has some good luxury establishments for the tourists to enjoy on the heart of nature.
With huge investments showing up in the last couple of decades, this country now has a series of exclusive luxury resorts and hotels that attract hundreds of tourists every year. Barbados holidays are truly mesmerising and you will leave with some calm soothed nerves and complete peace of mind is assured. There are many five star properties spread all over the island and they have the best restaurants serving mouth-watering delicacies. You can be on a munching spree with so many restaurants to offer you different kinds of sea-foods to arrest your mouth. These restaurants are located on amazing setups, most of which overlook the blue waters of the Atlantic.
A true gift of nature
Barbados gets some regular visit from celebrities from all over the world who love to spend some quality time with nature to wash off their stress. Other than some fine hotels and resorts to rest your back and challenge your tongue, there are many places of interest in Barbados, which you should never miss.Harrison cave is one of those sites and you will be allured by this amazing gift of nature. It features a wonderful collection of crystallized limestone, which is often considered to be one of the wonders of the world. They have small tram ride service through the cave, which allows visitors to experience it completely. ( Image by hoppies1 )
The old sugar plantation house and this sea cave is a must visit
St. Nicholas Abbey is a wonderful plantation house located in Saint Peter. It is considered to be one of the few Jacobean mansions left in this world. This sugar plantation house was built by Colonel Benjamin Berringer and is more than four centuries old. It is one of the best tourist spots in Barbados and people experience it as a true heritage. Barbados is home to many amazing caves and the other cave is Animal Flower Cave. It is the only accessible sea cave in Barbados and lies under the hills of North Point in St. Lucy.
Other points of interest
Miami Beach in Barbados is one of the most popular sandy beaches in that area. One of the best-designed cricket stadium is located near Bridgetown and is called the Kensington Oval. To witness a match in this stadium is trulya hell of an experience. The famous Garrison Savannah racetrack is very popular among horse race fanatics and gives a call to the rich and famous places of US and Mexico. ( Image by Loozrboy )
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