If you are looking for somewhere tropical or an exquisite island to host your wedding or to go for your honeymoon with that hassle of getting a visa. Then Barbados is the place for you. All you need is your Nigerian Passport.
Barbados is one of the safest countries in the Caribbean. People are usually asked to avoid certain areas like the Crab Hill Nelson and Wellington Streets (located in Bridgetown) at night. Barbados is famous for its beaches and it is also the birthplace of International Pop Singer Rihanna.
Some places you can visit while in Barbados are :
- Barbados’ National Heroes Gallery: The Barbados National Heroes Gallery and the Barbados Museum of Parliament are housed in the historic West Wing of the Parliament Buildings in the heart of Bridgetown. The Barbados National Heroes Gallery traces the lives and immense contributions made by the ten National Heroes of Barbados.
- Barbados Golf Club in Christ Church: Barbados Golf Club, located at Durant’s in the southern parish of Christ Church, has become the soul of golfing in Barbados for local players as well as hotel guests and visitors cruising through the Caribbean. Green fees with a pull cart are 44,000 Naira ($117) for 18 holes and 28,000 Naira ($71) for 9 holes.
- Barbados Museum & Historical Society: The National Museum of Barbados is a comprehensive museum integrating natural history and society. The museum occupies a small area and was converted from a local military prison. The exhibition hall is divided into several parts
- The Oistins Fish Fry: Oistins is an active fishing town on the south coast and is a hub of activity on weekend nights. On Friday night particularly, the big thing to do is go to the fish fry at Oistins Bay Gardens
- The Caribbean wax museum: This happens to be The only wax museum in the world that focuses on Caribbean Basin Iconic figures and the only indigenous Wax Museum in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Farley Hill National Park: Breathtaking scenery, set in the grounds of the once regal Farley Hill house. A mansion in ruins, tucked away in a forest of mahogany trees, high up on a hill overlooking the rugged Atlantic coast, Farley Hill is an ideal spot to picnic, escape into nature, hide in the shade of a comforting tree and simply stare out to sea. It is also a spot favoured by visitors for getting married!
- Barbados Wildlife Reserve in St. Peter’s Parish: This wildlife reserve in St. Peter parish is designed to present several animal species native to Barbados in their natural environment. Visitors can stroll through habitats that feature armadillo, brocket deer, pelicans, caimans, and monkeys. Reptiles including snakes, iguanas, turtles, and tortoises also share the reserve, alongside colourful parrots and flamingos.
- The Folkestone Marine Park: Folkestone Marine Park is located in Holetown next to the elegant St. James Parish Church, in St. James, Barbados. It was first developed as a public picnic and recreational area and is outfitted with picnic benches, mostly overlooking the sea.
- Sugar Museum: This museum is a permanent record of how sugar was produced in the 18th and 19th Centuries. The museum now stands as a tribute to Sir Frank Hutson, who with assistance from the Barbados National Trust, collected the items in the museum.
- Andromeda’s Botanical Garden: Andromeda Botanic Gardens is a wonderful place to visit and one of the top tourist attractions in Barbados. Andromeda Botanic Gardens is owned by the Barbados National Trust and managed by Passiflora Ltd. Mission statement. Passiflora Ltd.’s aim is to provide quality education and training in all aspects of garden and landscape design, horticulture and to encourage the use of sustainable practices.
With a budget of $7,000, you can have an amazing time in Barbados and cover your travel expenses.