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Barbados’ Culture is a Rich Fusion of West African and British Influences

Also known as ‘Little England’, Barbados’ British heritage has impacted immensely on Caribbean Culture. Barbados’ capital historic Bridgetown and Its Garrison have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This tropical paradise is best known for its Mount Gay Rum, Crop Over Festival, world­class beaches, charming communities and perfect weather.
Itinerary Details

Day 1

Farley Hill National Park
Once the site of a beautiful mansion built by Sir Graham Briggs for the entertainment of royalty including King George V in 1879, today Farley Hill has been designated a national park by Barbadian Government. 
Address:
Farley Hill, St. Peter
Location:
St. Peter

Day 1

St. Nicholas Abbey
St. Nicholas Abbey, located in the parish of St.Peter, was built in 1660 and is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere.
Address:
St Nicholas Abbey, Cherry Tree Hill, St Peter BBB26007
Location:
St. Peter

Day 2

Drax Hall Great House
The other Jacobean mansion on the island.