Top 20 Most Instagramable locations in Barbados

Top 20 Most Instagramable locations in Barbados

They say a picture is worth 1000 words, so here are 20,000 reasons why we love Barbados. Our island is filled with beauty and charm everywhere you look. From picture perfect beaches to the countryside views. From under the sea to even underground caves. Here are 20 of our most Instagramable locations in Barbados! How many have you been too?

 

1.     Animal Flower Cave – Absolutely magical! Located on the north coast of Barbados. Fabulous views along the cliff edges and in the cave. Photo by @visitbarbados 

2.     Birds Eye’s View – a must snap before you touch down in paradise! Photo by @kc_schweizer

3.     Under the sea – There is a whole world to explore under the waters of Barbados. Photo by @energygod246

4.     Cherry Tree Hill – This popular spot has been featured in Rhianna Avicii and Simple Plan music videos. One of our favourite look out points in Barbados. photo by @visitbarbados

5.     Barbados ‘Sea Horses’ – Wake up early and head to pebbles beach to see the ‘Bajan sea horses’ going for their morning swim. Photo by @aleksandraklimaszewska

6.     Bathsheba – Leave nothing but your footsteps. Bathsheba is the surfer’s capital of Barbados and has many photo worthy stops.

7.     Cliff Beach Club at Sunset – Sunsets on the West Coast are always spectacular, but we love the view from the Cliff Bistro bar. Photo by My Guide Barbados

8.     Bridgetown – The Historic Parliament buildings in our capital Bridgetown were built in the 1870. Explore the many sights in the historic Bridgetown. Photo by  @thadecesar

9.     La Cabane – Fun for the whole family. La Cabane is a family friendly beach bar on the south west coast, worth a visit on your trip to Barbados . Photo by @la_cabane_barbados

10.  Limegrove Lifestyle Centre – The fabulous Limegrove in Holetown, St. James is home to many boutiques and restaurants. Each Christmas they decorate the courtyard and it is always unique and beautiful. Photo by @trdchild

11.  Bottom Bay – White sandy shores and tall coconut trees. Bottom Bay is on the secluded south east coast of the island. Photo by @fromtheform

12.  Foursquare Rum Distillery – Barbados is the birthplace of rum. Head to Foursquare for a FREE self-guided tour of the distillery. Photo by @neffmelanie

13.  Holetown Murals – A 125 feet wall of all things Bajan. Painted in bright Caribbean colours. A stunning backdrop for your Instagram photos. Photo by @chootsart 

14.  South Coast Boardwalk Mosaic – Created to bring more awareness to the nesting sea turtles along the south coast of the island, this beautiful mural is made with pieces of Earthworks Pottery. Photo by @_ajanta_

15.  Harrisons Cave – Get that explorer/adventure shot in the underground caves while learning more on how the island of Barbados was formed. @harrisonscave

16.  Coconut Fields – This hidden east coast gem is a photographers dream! Photo by @chelsearoett

17.  Surfers Café  - Table for two at Surfers Café, talk about lunch with a view! Photo by @surferscafe246

18.  Chalky Mount - Worth the hike to the top? We think so! Located on the untouched, natural beauty that is the east coast. Photo by @rexon_rexon_rex

19.  Codrington College -  The oldest seminary in the western hemisphere. Codrington has fabulous architecture and old majestic trees on the beautiful grounds.  @codringtoncollege

20.  Parris Hill – Exposed ‘cut rock’ from building roads turned into a vibrant mural. Parris Hill is a popular stop on the drive to the east coast. Photo by @kimetal

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