The idyllic island of Barbados is home to stunning coastlines and natural wonders prime for exploration during your stay. Scenic countryside vistas, magnificent limestone cave formations, and tropical gardens offer a nature-inspired perspective of this vibrant and diverse island. With miles of gorgeous beaches, you can plan your day’s adventure based on the type of ocean activity you’re seeking. Visit the calm waters and scenic beaches of the Barbados Platinum Coast hotels and check out the lively surf at the South Coast beaches. Point yourself in almost any direction and you’re certain to experience the stunning natural beauty that Barbados offers.
Barbados is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Soft, white sand and crystal clear turquoise water makes a breathtaking backdrop to the day’s activities. Elegant Hotels has prime beachfront properties to suit your personal style. From private beach dining to exciting complimentary water sports, we offer dreamy seaside backdrops for your holiday fun at this South Beach resort in Barbados.
Travel deep into the earth and witness stunning natural beauty. A guided tram tour will take you into the beautifully crystallized limestone caverns of Harrison’s Cave located in the central uplands of the island. The cave’s towering columns, crystal clear pools of water and flowing streams will ignite your imagination as you visit one of the island’s most spectacular natural wonders.
Experience a tropical forest of flowering trees and exotic plants. Located in the charming Barbados countryside, the Flower Forest is home to beautiful palm trees, flowering shrubs and an extensive collection of tropical flowers. You can take in the stunning scenery of the island’s countryside and the beautiful Eastern coast and explore the gardens through its system of winding paths.
Part of the historic St. Nicholas Abbey plantation, Cherry Tree Hill is an island vantage point not to be missed. It is situated 850 feet above sea level, offering sweeping views of the “Scotland District,” the parish of St. Andrew named after Scotland’s Patron Saint. It is believed to have been named for once having many cherry trees growing there.
Keen gardeners and exotic plant enthusiasts alike will appreciate the striking natural beauty and unique diversity of island flora at Hunte’s Gardens. Built into a naturally formed sinkhole gully in Barbados’ rain forest, the flourishing gardens and rare exotic plants offer visitors a thrilling look into the different dimensions of the island’s nurturing and diverse landscape.