Barbados After dark
The Bajan party that never stops
A night of fire-eating, limbo-dancing and live music at Harbour Lights was a highlight of the Gimme 5 trip – particularly Masala’s lead singer Phillip!
In Barbados there is something different to do every night of the week. Recommend these top nights out to your clients:
Harbour Lights has a live show from 7.30pm. It’s open until two in the morning with stilt-walkers, fire- breathers and dancing barefoot on the sand. It’s on Monday and Wednesday.
Tuesday Treat yourself to dinner in one of our top Zagat-rated restaurants. For a special occasion there’s The Cliff, for a cheaper option try Champers in the south.
Wednesday Go see the Roots & Rhythms show. It
Masala is hot!
Manisha Vadakul from Travel TIS was impressed by the band
“The band, Masala, was amazing, they sang so many different genres – it’s the most amazing band I’ve ever seen. Clients
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wouldn’t be able to have the same experience as it was put on for us, but I’ll be telling clients to go and watch the band at McBrides. “Carnival was amazing too; I want to come back for Crop Over. If you thought the mini-carnival
was good, imagine what Crop Over would be like. I’ve been to other Caribbean islands and I think this has felt the safest, and the people are so friendly. If you’re staying at Almond Casuarina, you have to try the BBC cocktail – bananas, Baileys and cream, it’s yum!”
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