Tailor made holidays: Try new activities in Barbados
Britons planning their itinerary for tailor made holidays in Barbados will be able to try out a range of fun-filled activities, according to a travel writer.
Caroline Jowett, writing for the Daily Express' travel website tripideas.co.uk, recently visited the Caribbean island and enjoyed experiencing new things during her stay.
She said: "We headed to Jack-in-the-Box Gully where I soon found myself hooked up to a zip wire and whizzing through the air 100ft above the ground. The gully was formed centuries ago when a series of limestone caves collapsed.
"It is filled with native flora including bearded figs from which the island took its name."
Ms Jowett added that holidaymakers can also try out a number of watersports including windsurfing, sailing and waterskiing.
Guests should also pay a visit to the Animal Flower Cave at the northern tip of the island, according to Ms Jowett, as they can swim in underground pools filled with sea water.