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Private Guide in Bridgetown - Vance

(Member Since 2014) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Bridgetown Languages: English/Spanish

I am a 12th generation Barbadian all my Family born in Barbados since 1600s . I grew up with my dad on fishing boats and after he died i moved to Canada and then returned in 1988 and started my work with boats and tour guiding around Barbados .

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Capital: Bridgetown
Language: English
Currency: Barbadian dollar (BBD)
Calling Code: +1246


Barbados is located in the Caribbean east of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Only about 20 miles long, the island is full of breathtaking landscapes, rolling hills, and gently sloping lowlands. The east coast’s rugged shores are ideal for swimmers and surfers.

Overall, Barbados is an island paradise for all sorts of ocean-going traffic from large, majestic sail ships to smaller catamarans and other vessels. The island is famous for its shipwrecks, such as the Berwyn and Friars Craig, while others are more fascinated by the underwater life and colorful reefs. Sailors, snorkelers, surfers, and scuba divers all find Barbados to be a marine-lover’s dream.

For those who love the wild, natural world above the sea, Barbados has a host of trails and rolling hills rich with birds and chattering monkeys. It would certainly be an astounding vacation if you visited Welchman Hall Gully, Cherry Tree Hill, or the cliffs near Harrissmith Beach.  In addition, there is an assortment of botanical gardens, the likes of which can only be found on the island.

Barbados is also a common destination for golfers with its professional courses that have hosted PGA World Golf Championships. Experts and aficionados have called the 18-hole Green Monkey course one of the best in the Caribbean. In addition, other professional sporting events are often held there in cricket and polo.

Barbados has been a popular vacation destination for hundreds of years. Even today it has the George Washington House Museum, a plantation house where the first US president spent two months in 1751. The island’s history is intriguing, but for a relaxing island getaway, you will find many luxurious hotels and resorts on the western shore.

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