• Cruising the Caribbean

    Cruising the CaribbeanCruising the Caribbean Sea in style and luxury is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.  Sleek and luxurious, ECSTASEA is the latest option in stylish cruises in Barbados.  This 350 horsepower vessel is the newest addition to the SEADUCED Luxury Charters fleet.  Join us for the perfect day out on the aquamarine water.

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  • Northern Island Tour Of Barbados

    Join us for our Northern Island Tour of Barbados

    Tour duration: 5 to 6 hours.

    Tour includes: Pick up & drop off, entrance fees and a drink in a rum shop.

    Price per adult: US$ 125.00 | Price per child: US$ 67.50.

    Minimum 2 adults. Maximum 4 people.

    Lunch, if required, is at your own expense.

    East Coast View

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  • Southern Island Tour of Barbados

    Join us for our Southern Island Tour of Barbados

    Tour duration: 5 to 6 hours.

    Tour includes: Pick up & drop off, a picnic lunch and ice cream.

    Price per adult: US$ 120.00 | Price per child: US$ 75.

    Minimum 2 adults. Maximum 4 people.

    boardwalk on south coast

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  • Barbados West Coast Island Tour

    Join us for our Barbados West Coast Island Tour

    West Coast Island Tour duration: 3.5 to 4 hours.

    Tour includes: Pick up & drop off, a private rowing boat trip.

    Price per adult: US$ 100.00

    Price per child: US$ 80.00.

    Minimum 2 adults. Maximum 4 people.

    The Limegrove Lifestyle Centre at Holetown Barbados West Coast Island Tour

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  • Private Island Tours Of Barbados

    Private island tours of Barbados are without doubt the best way to really get to see our island, understand the heritage and know the people.  Travelling in style and comfort in an air-conditioned Suzuki Vitara with a friendly, local tour guide, you will take in all the sights and the very best that Barbados has to offer.  Fabulous vistas, stunning views, wonders of nature and beautiful beaches.  Your tour guide will use his vast knowledge of the island to take you to hidden gems you would never otherwise see.  He will be able to answer your questions and talk to you about Barbados with equal measures of knowledge and camaraderie.  It really will be a superb day out, enhancing your visit to Barbados and leaving you eager for further exploration.

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  • St Nicholas Abbey

    Barbados culture and history is not always the first thing you associate with your holiday in the sun.  However, you might be surprised.  There are many unique things to see and do during your Barbados holiday.  There truly is something for everyone, which is what makes Barbados such an ever-popular holiday destination.  One of the ‘not to be missed’ attractions is St Nicholas Abbey – one of only three Jacobean Manor Houses still standing in the Americas today. St Nicholas Abbey Barbados Culture and History Wedding at the Abbey

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  • Luxurious St. Peter Vacation Villas – About St. Peter

    Recommending Paradise Rentals for the best St. Peter vacation villas, guaranteed first class accommodation with a professional service.

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  • Sports and Recreation by Barbados Villa Rentals

    villa rentals in Barbados - recreation and sportsBarbados has a huge choice of sports and recreational activities to enjoy, whether you want to participate or simply observe, you are guaranteed an action-packed holiday. Our wonderful island is only 21 by 14 miles in size, so when staying at one of our Barbados villa rentals you are just a short trip away from lots of sporty fun and relaxation. Continue Reading

  • Barbados Villa Holiday, Away From The Beach

    villa holiday in Barbados, away from the beachWhile enjoying your Barbados villa holiday and exploring the island you can’t fail to notice the arable land.  The main crops grown in Barbados are sugarcane, vegetables and cotton.  The vegetables commonly grown include sweet potatoes, eddoes and yams.  These vegetables are usually sold locally by street vendors and not grown for export.  Barbados cotton fields can be seen but are scarce in comparison to sugar and vegetables.  You’ll see many sugarcane fields.  Over 37% of the land in Barbados is arable land and sugarcane is the main crop.  Sugarcane is the second largest industry in Barbados, with millions of dollars worth being exported each year.  Continue Reading