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Barbados Crop Over Festival - Island Fun in the Sun

By Charita Jordan on 14 April, 2014
Crop Over in Barbados

If you’re looking for a feel good, fun filled summer vacation, then Barbados is the trip for you! With year round festivities, the island has no shortage of things to do and see, earning its title as the cultural capital of the Caribbean. Barbados is home to the crystal-clear turquoise waters and pink sand of Crane Beach, making it “one of the Ten Best Beaches in the World” according to Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous and many other awards with the latest "Top Ten Beaches Worldwide" by Destinology.

The Crop Over festival is hands down Barbados’ most popular festival. Have you ever heard of a summer-long festival? From calypso concerts, to extravagant parades, carnival bands, and markets, May through August is dedicated to festival events that attract visitors from all over the world. Caribbean music, dancing, food, drinks, the beach, the sun, and island time all constitute the definition of a good time. Whether you’re on a honeymoon or a family vacation, there is something fun for all ages. The live and vibrant energy will have you moving your hips in no time. For a schedule of events, check out this year’s calendar. Who knows, you may even spot Barbados’ very own Rihanna!

While in town for Crop Over, you should stay at The Crane Hotel. A beautiful and luxurious hotel – The Crane is the Caribbean's first resort hotel. You can shop in The Village, have a drink by the Lagoon Pool (or even your own private pool attached to some room categories), or explore Barbados on an island tour. Hungry? Enjoy a fresh seafood dinner with panoramic views of the ocean at L’Azure - fine dining at its best! Book your stay at The Crane today and look forward to an unforgettable holiday.

 

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