For the second year, the Barbados Feast of Tabernacles will be held at beautiful Pebbles Beach. Nestled in the picturesque Carlisle Bay, minutes from Bridgetown, the Radisson Aquatica Resort offers a true Caribbean Feast experience. Located within the Bridgetown & Garrison Historic Area, this section of Barbados is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within walking distance of the Radisson, you will find such attractions as the George Washington House with its tunnels and the Barbados Museum. History tells us that this is the only area outside the continental United States where the first American president travelled.
Gigantic cruise ships can be seen from Carlisle Bay, which is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, paddleboarding and other water sports. There are several sunken vessels that can be explored a short distance from the shore.
Some of the activities tourists from all over the world come to see include the magnificent Harrison Cave with its stalactites, stalagmites and underground streams, and the Atlantis Submarine ride along a sunken vessel that is teaming with sea life. Other activities include catamaran cruises where passengers can swim with the majestic Hawksbill Turtles in their natural habitat, fish in the open sea, tour a supersonic British Airways Concorde in flying order, and tour the world-famous 375-year-old Mount Gay rum distillery.
For additional information regarding the Feast at Pebbles Beach, Barbados, click on the various tabs at the top of this webpage or contact the Festival Coordinator.
Mr. Paul Shumway
Phone: 246-429-5995 OR 246-832-3255
Email: [email protected]