Off-track Barbados

Places in Barbados that are a little off the beaten track that we think might be of interest to Bajans and to tourist.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic - Barbados. All hikes organised by the: Barbados National trust and Barbados Hiking Association have been cancelled until further notice.

Hiking in Barbados | Run246 | The Barbados Hiking Association

UPDATE – 01 Jan 2021: The Barbados Hiking Association have cancelled ALL hikes with immediate effect due to a surge in Covid-19 cases. Run246 produce a regular listing of road running, trail running, triathlon, obstacle course racing and hiking events that take place across Barbados. You can also follow Run246 on: Facebook and on Instagram …

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Celestine Bajan Food

Celestine’s Bajan Food Restaurant

Celestine Giles and Esta Butcher run a restaurant on the road leading to Harrison’s Cave serving delicious home-cooked Bajan food.  It is frequented by locals either as a quick lunch stop while at work or after a hike in the area. A growing number of visitors have found this unique spot. It is good for …

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Annies B.B.Q, Oistins, Barbados

Oistins Fish Fry – Barbados. Annies BBQ where locals go for lunch, dinner and a drink

Richard Ligon wrote in his A True and Exact History of Barbadoes (first published in 1657) ….which they called Auftins Bay, not in commemoration of any Saint, but of a wild mad drunken fellow, whofe lewd and extravagant carriage made him infamous in the island; and his Plantation standing near this Bay, it was called …

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Bajan Eating Places - Chicken Rita

Chicken Rita’s. Where Bajan’s go for seasoned fried chicken!

Chicken Rita serves fried chicken (sometimes fish) and chips.  If you want to eat anything else this, this is not the place for you. This is where Bajans go to eat fried chicken, buy a drink at reasonable price and meet friends. Visitors to the island are welcome. So are children. It is not fast food. Weekends are busy but the …

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