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Bridgetown: Carlisle Bay Clear Kayak Shipwreck Tour

1. Bridgetown: Carlisle Bay Clear Kayak Shipwreck Tour

The tour will begin from Harbour Lights in Carlisle Bay. From here, you'll head to a location where green sea turtles and hawksbill turtles are regularly spotted. From there, you'll journey to three different shipwrecks, which are all located close to shore. Here, you'll have a perfect view of the wrecks through your clear kayaks. Be amazed as you learn the interesting history of the wrecks and how they ended up at their final resting place. Finally, head to back to shore for a complimentary rum punch on the beach.

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Barbados: 4.5-Hour Private Customized Island Tour

2. Barbados: 4.5-Hour Private Customized Island Tour

Depending on the attractions and scenic views that interest you, your guide will put together a special route to meet your requirements and take you on a private discovery tour on Barbados. Be chauffeured around the island in a private vehicle as you visit attractions and take in spectacular views. Head to the inland of the island if you prefer, or opt for the coasts. Some places of interest for your 4.5-hour tour are Oistin Town, Garrison Savannah, Barbados Museum, George Washington House, and the Parliament Museum. Travel at your own pace with your guide. On the west coast, visit Historic Bridgetown, Agapey Chocolate Factory, Pelican Art and Craft Centre, Nidhe Isreal Synagogue, the Kensington Oval, the cricket Legends Museum and the Mount Gay visitor centre, Holetown, St. James Anglican Church, Speightstown, and the Arlington House Museum. On the north coast, visit Animal Flower Cave, St. Nicholas Abbey Plantation, the Wildlife Reserve, Farley Hill Park, Cherry Tree Hill, and the Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill. Opt to stop at Bathsheba, Andromeda Gardens, St. John's Anglican Church, Codrington Collage, Sunbury Great House Plantation, Four Square Rum Factory and Banks Brewery. See Harrison's Cave, Welchman Hall Gully, Earth Works Pottery and Batik Studio, the Flower Forest, Huntes Gardens, Gun Hill Signal Station, Orchid World, and St. George Valley. Popular beaches to visit are Crane Beach, Miami Beach, Rockley Beach, Carlisle Bay, Pirates Cove, Paynes Bay, and Mullins Beach.

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Barbados: 5-Hour Island Tour with Lunch and Drinks

3. Barbados: 5-Hour Island Tour with Lunch and Drinks

Your tour will take you through historic Bridgetown and to the Garrison, which is now a World Heritage Site. Head north from here along the western coast, known by the locals as the Platinum Coast because of the number of million-dollar homes in the area. Holetown, the next site of interest, was the first British settlement. Stop at St. James Anglican Church, built on the site of the first place of worship on Barbados. As you leave the west coast and travel to the northern tip of the island, your next stop is the Animal Flower Cave where you will see crashing waves against the cliff. You then head off to St. Nicholas Abbey Plantation. Enjoy a guided tour of the plantation house and its rum distillery. You’ll be offered a complimentary rum or fruit punch and also have a chance to taste their magnificent non-blended rum. You will then stop for lunch and drinks at a local restaurant. Continue east along the shoreline and experience the full force of the Atlantic Ocean crashing onto the island. At breathtaking Bathsheba you’ll see the famous surfing spot known as the Soup Bowl. This is a surfers’ paradise, featuring mushroom-shaped boulders offshore.

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Barbados: Folkestone Coral Reef Clear Kayak Tour

4. Barbados: Folkestone Coral Reef Clear Kayak Tour

The tour will begin at Surfside Beach on the stunning west coast of Barbados. Take in views of the most picturesque shorelines in Barbados as you journey to one of the best snorkelling spots on the island, Folkestone Marine Park. Here, you'll discover a hidden world below the surface as you paddle in a crystal clear kayak over a coral reef surrounded by tropical fish. This protected reef is home to Sea Lilies, Green Sea Turtles and many fish including Sergeant Majors, Blue Tangs and Parrot Fish. To end this truly memorable experience, you will head back to shore where you will be served a complimentary rum punch on the beach.

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What people are saying about Bridgetown

Both guides have been very committed to the three of us kayak beginners so that we can see at least one turtle, starfish and fish in addition to the shipwrecks and the story. The meeting point is in the middle of the beach. The waterproof equipment for the mobile phone and of course the transparent kayaks were provided so that photos can be taken. The chance of staying dry myself is slim, in any case I didn't succeed. We were able to laugh a lot a few times and I felt in good hands with the guides. At the end there was also a good rum punch. Absolutely to suggest!

Great tour with plenty of information given by Yvette. Would definitely recommend this tour. The stop for lunch was delicious and a stop at the animal flower cave is a must. The power of the ocean swells is something to see.

Had a very informative guide which made our trip even better than trips we had made before in other places we have visited on our holidays would recommend to anyone.

The two guys where very friendly and everything was well organized. Thanks for the cool trip.

Nicky was a fantastic. Full of information and a lovely person to have as a tour guide.