One of the best ways to experience a culture while travelling is to try authentic local cuisine. Barbadian food incorporates a mix of English and African ingredients, and uses many of its locally grown produce and spices. Barbados is also home to the yellow fin tuna, snapper, and mahi mahi fish; however, it is most popularly known as “The Land of the Flying Fish” because flying fish is the most commonly used type of fish in dishes. Barbados is the culinary capital of the Caribbean.
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.
What could be better than award-winning food and drink at your service while in the lap of luxurious surroundings and sunshine? Not much. The Crane
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, meaning your vacation spend can stretch longer.