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BARBADOS HARBOUR LIGHTS BEACH EXTRAVAGANZA SHOW
Dancin’ barefoot beneath swayin’ coconut trees to the pulsating beat of a live Caribbean band, toes sinkin’ into the sand whilst you sip on a refreshing cocktail.
And when your legs start to give ‘way, feast on our delicious Bajan BBQ dinner before you hit the dancefloor once more…
That’s the kind of night you won’t just have to imagine – you can experience it with us at our fantastic Beach Extraganza Dinner Show.
We offer a choice of BBQ steak, grilled chicken kebabs, grilled shrimp kebabs or pan-seared steak fish served alongside macaroni pie, calypso rice, roasted potatoes, black bean and corn salad, a medley of steamed vegetables, garlic bread and garden salad.
For vegetarians, we provide all of the sides listed above, served with a quinoa and black bean patty. Our evening package’s included drinks are: house rum, vodka, gin, beer, Bajan rum punch, soft drinks, juices, piña coladas as well as virgin coladas.
Be mesmerized as we take you on a journey; one with authenticity, amusement and passion. Enjoy an evening of traditional Bajan food, free flowing drinks and a complete Caribbean production of social past times.
Dance the night away to the music of three live Caribbean bands, before being introduced to the “movementations” of Mother Sally and the nutsellers.
You will be hypnotized by the colour of flames as the spectacular fire eater and malleable limbo queen showcase their iconic talents.
Look on in admiration as we climax the night with a hypnotic celebration, featuring the towering Stilt-walkers and captivating Dancers, presenting the modern day Crop Over season.
MOUNT GAY RUM
Duration: Approximately 2 Hours
Board your air-conditioned coach for the short drive to the Mount Gay Visitor Centre.
Find out how Barbados’ number one Mount Gay Rum brand is produced and then sample the various Mount Gay Rums on this one-of a-kind tour.
View a state-of-the-art multimedia presentation and then be escorted around the centre by your knowledgeable guide.
Mount Gay Rum Distillery, the longest-standing rum producer in the world, celebrated its 300th anniversary in 2003.
Learn how rum is aged, blended and bottled, and visit an authentic Barbadian chattel house to sample Mount Gay rums.
After having a taste of the world’s oldest Rum, you will then be invited to learn about how to make your own cocktail.
If you wish, purchase bottles of the famous liquor, as well as a wide range of great souvenirs.
Note: Guests must be 18 years old to consume alcohol.
Tour Duration: Approximately 2 Hours
BEST OF BARBADOS ISLAND TOUR
Duration: Approximately 4.75 Hours
Depart the Pier for a scenic drive along the Spring Garden Highway to Cherry Tree Hill.
Visit Harrison’s Cave located in the central uplands of Barbados. Take a tram guided tour of these amazing limestone caverns.
The most photographed spot on the island. Pass by Morgan Lewis windmill restored by the Barbados National Trust.
Visit the Flower Forest located in a 53 acre nature reserve in the scenic Scotland District.
Wind your way down the hill to the surfing capital of the world, The Soup at Bathsheba. Here you will find natural pools for cooling off in.
Take a stroll on the beach and enjoy the incredible views. Make your way to St. John’s Parish Church, which stands on a cliff face, 800ft above sea level.
Take in the rugged and breathtaking scenery of the East Coast, on your way to the stop at the Chill n’ Breeze restaurant which offers fantastic views of the Atlantic ocean and Barclays Park.
Heading inland through sugar cane fields and the rural countryside. Visit St. Nicholas Abbey and sample their award winning special aged rum.
Heading back into Bridgetown via the affluent West Coast, you will pass the Parliament Buildings the 3rd oldest in the Western Hemisphere and the statue of Lord Nelson.
It is not uncommon for it to rain in the centre of the Island causing flooding on the West Coast whist that area is enjoying brilliant sunshine.
NOTES: Wear comfortable shoes, about 1 hour is walking