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Last Sunday we did the hike leaving from Silver Sand beach. We went for the medium pace hike and boy was it a challenge! However it was amazing! The leaders, other hikers and scenery were great. We walk a bit over 10 miles and it...More
Having driven up and down the road three times we eventually found Tyrol Cot - only a tiny sign by the entrance.
Arrived to find it was shut, both the house and the “Heritage Village”. A local there said that no staff had turned up...More
Make the effort to go on a Sunday hike. It's a great adventure, you'll see pristine gullies, bajan countryside and you'll meet real locals.
Blue service buses will take you to & from the starting point, from bridgetown bus station.
And it's free!
My wife and I returned to the UK on November 20 2016 after a fabulous two week stay in Barbados. A particular highlight of our visit was an outstanding tour of several properties owned by the Barbados National Trust (BNT). We were taken there by...More
we followed the manager of Gun Hill signal station to Wildey House so our friends could join the Barbados National Trust. Once there we were given a VIP tour by the director of the trust, what service, absolutely brilliant and extremely informative. Don't forget to...More
Again this year the Natioal Trust open houses are providing a diverting visit to a new property every Wed. Afternoon. From Sandy Lane showplaces to a decommissioned prison that no one who wasn't a criminal has ever " toured", this year's program is terrific.
These tours run every Wed. Afternoon from Jan. to April. Each week is at a different location and there are vendors selling great jewellery, batiks, books and things like Tshirts to support the save the turtles project.
There are refreshments consisting of sandwiches and deserts...More
This really is an amazing experience to be a part of if you enjoy a bit of adventure while on the Island. The National Trust have an extensive hiking schedule right across Barbados. Both local Bajans and tourists join in these weekly hikes either at...More