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Barbados is an island in the Caribbean, Americas. The island is portrayed as the Little Britain of the Caribbean because of its long association as a British colony, and a clear reflection of the same past is seen in its preference for tea and cricket. Barbados is a natural extension to all that you would come to expect in the Caribbean - turquoise waters, sunny beaches, hip hop (read: blaring) music, coral reefs with ample snorkeling, and surfing opportunities. On the land, you would find museums, decorated gardens, and some stunning examples of 400 year old Colonial architecture.Andromeda Gardens
Andromeda Gardens is a botanical garden located along the hillside village of Bathsheba, Barbados with over six hundred different tropical species of plants and trees. The garden has a Palm Tree section which has over sixty different species of palms, the most important of them being an old Talipot Palm tree. Also of note is the upper part of the garden that houses a native Banyan tree.Crane Beach
From being an obscure part of the island to the star attraction here, Crane Beach has undergone a massive change over the last few decades. Visitors today swarm this beach for its typical seaside ambiance and a panoramic view atop a local cliff. Turquoise waters and powdery white sands plus a surfing and sunbathing facilities make it the go to place on the island.Harrison’s Cave
First discovered in 1795 AD, the Harrison's Cave is a crystallized limestone cavern with streams, waterfalls, cascades, and deep pools. The only way to travel through this natural wonder is by an underground tram that takes the visitors through an illuminated display of natural ice and calcium formations known as stalactites and stalagmites.