Welcome to the Barbados Pocket Guide, a comprehensive source of information about our island, it's people, culture and life in general. We also have lots of information on places to stay, flights, car hire and tours of the island, all here! Enjoy visiting our site and please feel free to write a comment or send us a message directly with articles you think we need to add.
Succulent, flavourful, impressive, delightful! Are but a few words to describe what awaits you at the Food & Wine and Rum Festival.
We know you enjoy our sea, sun and sand but there are so many other things we want to share. Here are a few ideas for you.
This piece of our past and now modern-looking wooden building, was originally the design of the plantation workers' home.
Warm sunshine meets crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches. There's just no point in trying to resist this temptation!
Here is where the world's greatest drivers come together in a battle of battels to simply prove who's the fastest on Earth.
This old fishing village on Barbados' south coast, comes alive with an abundance of food and music every Friday night.
Barbadians really know how to party, and "liming" is a national pastime! Nightlife abounds from coast to coast.
Rum was first made here in the year 1703. Perhaps this explains why every corner offers this priceless experience.
A world-class symphony orchestra fusing classical and contemporary music, picnic-style in a gorgeous setting? Yes, please.