GUEST Barbados Guide April-June 2019


GUEST Barbados Guide is a directory of establishments which the editors of the magazine recommend, and which include regular advertisers. Our new quarterly magazine aims to keep visitors informed of what's on in Barbados.

Guest Activities & Tours

Swimming with the turtles

Elegance Sailing Cruises offers lunch time, sunset and private charter cruises. The lunch

cruise stops along the way for swimming and snorkeling at the shipwrecks and alongside

the turtles before anchoring in a quiet bay, where the crew serves a Bajan-style

buffet lunch.



Caribbean. Beachfront bar and restaurant

as well as entertainment venue in the

Bridgetown Historic Area. Copacabana Bar

and Grill has a fun, family-friendly vibe with

umbrellas, chairs and beachside service

available. Open Mon-Sun, L & D. Lower

Bay Street, Bridgetown. T: (246) 622-1910.


Nikki’s features a restaurant and pool

with oceanfront seating. Guest amenities

include a swim-up octagon wet bar, oversized

luxury pool beds and VIP cabanas,

valet service,ample parking, showers and

changing rooms. Open

daily, noon-5:30pm, L; Pool (guests 18 and

older) open Mon-Fri, 11am–7pm; Sat–Sun

11am–8pm. No admission fee on nonevent

days, but reservations recommended.



This facility offers day passes for purchase

by the public, providing access to the bar

and restaurant as well as the beach chairs.

Prices range from US$25 in summer to

US$50 in winter season.

Open daily, 10am to 8:30pm.

Mullins Beach, St. Peter. T: (246) 234 2682.


Caribbean-French. The more casual counterpart

to one of the island’s top restaurants,

The Cliff Beach Club offers a combination

of Caribbean flavours and traditional

French cuisine, along panoramic west coast

sea views. Open

daily, L & D; Highway 1, Derricks St. James;

T: (246) 432-0797.



Private deep sea fishing tours on a 40’

Viking Sport Fisherman, equipped with

three fighting chairs, spacious flybridge

and saloon. You’ll have access to high-tech

fishing gear, gadgets, bait and be served

a full lunch on Billfisher III’s longer charters,

or snacks and drinks on shorter trips.

Packages include round trip transport from

your hotel, villa or cruise ship.

Open daily. Bridge

House, Cavans Lane, Bridgetown. T: (246)

431 0741.


Enjoy deep sea, big game fishing, sightseeing

and snorkeling on one of the

island’s top-rated commercial charters. The

Cannon II is a 42ft Hatteras sports fishing

boat. It is powered by twin turbo charged

Cummins Diesel Engines. The cockpit is

large with 3 fighting chairs in the back for

comfortable fishing. Ideal for fishers of all

experience levels and backgrounds, the

Cannon II offers 4-, 6- or 8-hour charters.

Food and drinks, tackle, bait and transportation

are included in the prices.

Open daily. Cavans Lane, The

Careenage, Bridgetown. T: (246) 424-6107.



At the heart of Apes Hill Club is its par-72

championship course which opened in

December 2009. The course has rated one

of the best in the world. Multiple tees,

elevated to showcase the west and east

cast views, allow players of all capabilities

equal opportunity for a satisfying game.

The most advanced golfers will enjoy 7,150

yards from the Professional Tees, while the

Front Tees, set at just over 5,000 yards,

take full advantage of the fairways’ contours.

The rate for 18 holes is US$175 per

person and includes greens fees, golf car,

complimentary bottled water and use of

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