A Caribbean Connection with a Touch of Old England
It's an island where High Tea is still a thing, drivers keep to the left, and the changing of the guard takes place at the Bridgetown Garrison. But it's also an island of world-class beaches, street markets and neighborhood rum shops. The culture is polite, but the locals – called Bajans – also know how to party. Celebrations include a chocolate festival, reggae fest, fish festival, and a food, wine and rum fete’. When the celebrating’s done you can relax at a historic inn or live large at a luxurious resort, enjoy spectacular snorkeling and scuba diving, play golf at a world-class range and dine out in style.