Welcome to Bridgetown, the lovely capital city of Barbados. Bridgetown is always a popular destination for both cruise ship passengers and resort vacationers. The weather is warm and sunny days are often so you know we'll have plenty of excursions for you that will help make your visit memorable.
Your Bridgetown port is located along Carlisle Bay and is on the southwestern end of the island. Recently independent from British rule that lasted for over 300 years, Barbados became an independent commonwealth in 1966 and tourism is an enhanced and pleasurable experience. In fact, US dollars are accepted just about anywhere, which will make the visit easier for many.
Due to the moderate temperatures, beachside activities are plentiful and we have many Bridgetown Excursions to choose from such as swimming with sea turtles and snorkeling at the famous Barbados Shipwreck which can be done on our Barbados Swim with Turtles, Shipwreck Snorkel and Pirates Cove Beach Excursion. There is also our excursion Barbados Nature Wonders and Harrisons Cave Excursion that makes for a great day or you can head out for a unique excursion on the Barbados Explore and Discover Island with Sea Turtle Snorkel Excursion.
Maybe you'd prefer to go on a highlight, sightseeing, and lunch Bridgetown excursion as you travel the island in air-conditioned comfort with knowledgeable guides; if so, please look into our Barbados Bajan Paradise Sightseeing and Carlisle Beach Excursion. Barbados is also famous for its rum and you can check out our Barbados Mount Gay Rum Tasting and Carlisle Bay Beach Excursion which includes a visit to the beautiful Copacabana beach, or check out the beauty of the island with the Barbados Best Eco Highlights, Turtle Encounter Excursion with Lunch.
For history and photography buffs we also offer a Bridgetown City Walking Excursion that will be both picturesque and informational. Learn about the interesting history of this lovely town and island.
Whatever your interest, whichever you choose, you are sure to enjoy your time in Bridgetown because we've got you covered!
Fun fact: the island of Barbados was originally settled by 64 individuals from England who were granted 100 acres each to settle a debt