2. Sandy Lane Golf Course
3. Scuba Diving & Snorkelling
Fringes and patching reefs are found closer to shore and have smaller coral formations and more abundant plant life then the barrier reefs. These reefs are home to Sea Horses, Frog Fish, Giant Sand Eels and many other marine creatures. Carlisle Bay, with 200 reported wrecks, and the Sacroiliac, located at Folkestone Marine Park, are two of the most popular sites. Barbados is ideal for year-round diving but is probably best in the summer months. The visibility ranges from 40 to 70ft and the water temperature is a consistent 80 degrees F.
4. Paynes Bay, Brandons, Batts Rock, Folkestone Park Beaches
There are several magnificent beaches along this coast … which is the best? Only you can decide! You can choose fromBrandons, Batts Rock, Fitts Village, Paynes Bay, Sandy Lane and Folkestone Park in St.James or Mullins Bay and Heywoods in St.Peter, and many more along the way! At each of these beaches you will find the calm azure waters of the Caribbean Sea that are perfect for swimming and clean coral sands on which to relax and soak up the brilliant Caribbean sunshine.
5. Catamaran Cruises
6. Deep Sea Fishing
The Barbados Game Fishing Association is responsible for organizing all fishing tournaments in Barbados.
5. Complimentary Boat & Waterskiing
If you want to learn to water ski, develop your skills a bit more or just want to have some fun, give this a try. It’s a great way to enjoy active sports around the island and it’s a favourite activity with our guests at St Helena. If you would like the boat for longer than the complimentary hour, this can be organised with the house manager.