Europe has been all foggy and gloomy for the past couple of weeks and all forms of outdoor activities have been cut short. But what do you do if you still crave that nice cool dip in a pool? No problem, pack your bags and head off to Barbados.
While many parts of the world are braving the throes of an icy winter, Barbados is busking in the warmest summer Sun and a burst with wanderlust activities. Not only did this scenic Caribbean Island give us the beautiful voice of Rihanna, it also happens to house some of the best beaches in the world. Since swimming is on your mind right now, you definitely have to show up at Carlisle Bay located in Bridgetown. The beach waters are sparkly clear if you fancy a dip, then later on you can snorkel or explore some shipwrecks with the area.
For more explorative adventure, you have to visit the many islands surrounding the greater Barbados. We cannot name all of them but some great suggestions should be the islands of Miami, Accra, Crane, Bathsheba, Bat Beach, Silver Sands and Dover. Swim around the islands and head ashore to explore the area till sundown.
Though car rental is available, the best way to explore more of Barbados is on a ship tour. The Catamaran sea tour should be on your wish list; be sure to choose the snorkeling package so you can swim in the blue waters flanked by sea turtles.
So you don’t have to wrap yourself in heavy blankets and couch surf all day over a bowl of chicken soup. Pack your swim suit and head over to Barbados for a mini vacation. You can go back home in April when the weather is well behaved.