Barbados

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A Jacobean plantation house with an operational cane-grinding steam mill in the winter months, and a rum distillery - tastings and purchases possible — The Telegraph
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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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A 20-hectare botanic garden on the site of a former sugar estate that has many stately, mature citrus and breadfruit trees as well as a fine range of heliconias. — Lonely Planet
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The least publicised but most memorable gardens on Barbados are owned and run by the engaging Anthony Hunte, whose English ancestors settled on the island back in the 1600s — The Telegraph
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These glorious gardens overlook the east coast — The Telegraph
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This mid-17th-century plantation house is steeped in history, featuring mahogany antiques, old prints, and a unique collection of horse-drawn carriages. — Frommer's
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The west side is one of the premier swimming spots on the island, with deep, calm and crystal-clear waters, while the east side has a wide recreation area featuring picnic tables. — Lonely Planet
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A trail leads from the car park through a narrow canyon lined with diverse tree species and rocks covered in moss past some wonderful shallow caves draped in vines. — Lonely Planet
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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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The museum, housed in a restored coral-stone building from 1750, documents the story of the Barbados Jewish community. — Fodor's
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Overlooking Heroes Square in the center of town, these Victorian buildings were constructed around 1870 to house the British Commonwealth's third-oldest parliament (after Britain and Bermuda). — Fodor's
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Under the desolate and windswept northern coast of Barbados stands a small oasis filled with sea anemones.  — Atlas Obscura
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Barbados Wildlife Reserve is a walk-through zoo opposite Farley Hill, with short paths that meander through a mahogany forest containing green monkeys and loads of sluggish red-footed turtles. — Lonely Planet
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Although unsafe for swimming, the miles of untouched sand along the East Coast Road in St. Joseph Parish are great for beachcombing and wading. — Fodor's
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Across Broad Street from Parliament and bordered by High and Trafalgar streets, this triangular plaza marks the center of town. — Fodor's
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On this popular tour, you learn the colorful story behind the world's oldest rum, made in Barbados since 1703. — Fodor's
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Although no one has proven it, George Washington is said to have worshipped here in 1751 during his only trip outside the United States. — Fodor's
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