Barbados

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One of the Caribbean's genuine architectural treasures. — Frommer's
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This popular tourist cave was ignored for almost 200 years before being mined into an attraction.  — Atlas Obscura
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These glorious gardens overlook the east coast — The Telegraph
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Sunbury offers an elegant glimpse of the 18th and 19th centuries on a Barbadian sugar estate. Period furniture, old prints, and a collection of horse-drawn carriages lend an air of authenticity. — Fodor's
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More than just a botanical garden; it's where people and nature unite to create something beautiful. — Frommer's
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One man's vision of a verdant tropical fantasy. — Lonely Planet
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Popular for fashion and travel-industry photo shoots, Bottom Bay is the quintessential Caribbean beach. — Fodor's
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This lovely spot on the coast road, just east of Oistins, is a slice of pure white sand with shallow and calm water on one side, deeper water with small waves on the other, and cliffs on either side. — Fodor's
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This 1½-mi-long (2-km-long) natural gully is really a collapsed limestone cavern, once part of the same underground network as Harrison's Cave. — Fodor's
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At this lovely beach just south of Speightstown, the water is safe for swimming and snorkeling. — Fodor's
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This popular beach, also known as Rockley Beach, is next to the Accra Beach Hotel. — Fodor's
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On the north side of National Heroes Sq are two stone-block, neo-Gothic-style buildings constructed in 1871. — Lonely Planet
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You can see cane-harvesting tools, wedding dresses, ancient (and frightening) dental instruments, and slave sale accounts in spidery copperplate handwriting. — Fodor's
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This is a botanical garden with the largest collection of orchids in the West Indies, with a diversity that's rivaled by only one or two equivalent organizations in Trinidad. — Frommer's
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Mission of this family-oriented marine park, located just north of Holetown, is to provide high-quality recreational activities in a sustainable way to educate and entertain Barbadians and visitors. — Fodor's
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Behind the estate is a sweeping view of the region called Scotland for its rugged landscape. The park is also the site of festivals and musical events. — Fodor's
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