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Bajan Roots and Rhythms Show

The Bajan Roots and Rhythms Show in Barbados is held at The Plantation Theatre, and is the only Dinner and Stage show on the island which offers visitors an authentic image of West Indian & Barbadian culture.

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When visiting Blue Bayou, may we suggest a tour of our island paradise with Coconut Tours.

Tickets sells tickets to all high profile events in Barbados. From the Food, Wine and Rum Festival to the Barbados Music Awards, have a look at the iTicketsBarbados website for a listing of events happening on the island.

The Beaches 

The nearest beach is only a two-minute walk away. For even better swimming, Miami Beach is only a short two-minute drive away.

Barbados’ sands vary from soft and white powder to slightly larger pinkish crystals. They’re brighter on the west coast, where they’re replenished by the island’s coral reef. Throughout Barbados, the beaches are remarkably clean.

All beaches in Barbados are public and most are easily reached via well-marked public-access routes from the main roads. Many of the island’s hotels sell day passes to use their lounge chairs and facilities, as do some beach bars. The larger public beaches all have lifeguard stations, and most have at least a few picnic tables.

Nude and topless sunbathing are illegal in this former British colony. (But don’t cover-up too much – you’re here for the sun and warmth.)

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