I had a good experience at the Barbados Language Centre. The teachers are very nice and knowledgeable. The courses are very interesting. I learnt lots of vocabulary, grammar and lots of interesting English expressions. Today, I can say that my English has improved.
- Stessy Rano, 21, Martinique

While on the island there are lots of things you can do to learn more about the island.

Barbados provides a lot of wonderful sightseeing opportunities. Here are a few highlights and list of attractions across the island.

Harrison's Cave, St Thomas

Harrison’s Cave is located in the central uplands of Barbados. The crystallized limestone cavern has a series of flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns.

Flower Forest

The Flower Forest is a multitude of majestic palms, colourful shrubs and tropical flowers located in the heart of the countryside. The location provides an excellent view of the eastern coastline.

Oistins Fish Fry, Oistins, Christ Church

Oistins is an active fishing town on the south coast and is a hub of activity on weekend nights. On Friday night particularly, the big thing to do is go to the fish fry in Oistins. The food is the main draw - excellent fish, (tuna, swordfish, marlin, mahi-mahi, flying fish), lobster, chicken etc served in an extremely informal setting. You can get your fish grilled or fried depending on which vendor you choose from. It’s all cooked on the spot in front of you. 

  • Barbados Wildlife Reserve and Grenade Hall Forest
  • Barbados Concorde Experience
  • Museum of Parliament and National Heroes Gallery
  • Welchman Hall Gully
  • Barbados Museum & Historical Society, Garrison, St Michael
  • Garrison Historic Area

 

There are several restaurants on the island and shopping is a must. Skymall is close to the location of the Barbados Language Centre and includes several shops and restaurants.