Barbados is finally on the map as a Polo destination where the sport has flourished and the social scene excelled. Enjoy a day out at the local Polo Club to catch a match or two. (Polo season is from January to May)
Rum is a significant and symbolic part of Barbados’ history and culture. It is the cornerstone of the ‘Rum Shop’ culture, a byproduct of Barbados’ main commodity, sugar cane. Spend a day sipping and becoming more knowledgeable on this libation.
Sail and snorkel at sunset in Barbados with a private boat charter. In between nightly swims, you can savor fine dining with a Chef catering just for you and your group. The LEDs under the boat light up the floor of the sea, making for a mystical experience.
Guided tour of 108-acre farm that practices biodynamic agriculture, lunar farming and free range animal husbandry. The restaurant uses farm-grown ingredients in its dishes, offering one of the cleanest-eating experiences on the island.