In a secluded bay of the Caribbean, surrounded by the silence of nature, cruising along the coasts of Barbados, we enjoy relaxing and snorkelling. Then we have lunch on board in the hope of meeting the turtles.
Needless to say, the main attraction of Barbados is the beaches. So if you’re looking for a small island with big natural treasures, a trip to Barbados, in the Atlantic Ocean, is the ideal solution. The beaches in the west and south, including Payne's Bay, Sandy Beach and Rockley Beach, the latter linked to the capital Bridgetown by a walk, have white and pink sand. The beaches on the eastern side, overlooking the Atlantic, are always lashed by the wind and are a delight for surfers. For a unique view, it is worth the climb to Cherry Tree Hill. We take advantage of our cruise to admire the beautiful tropical flowers in the Flower Forest, colourful all year with orchids, begonias and bougainvillea.