So you’ve heard that September in Barbados is the rainy season? While that’s not untrue, it also shouldn’t concern you too much. Rain in Barbados is historically sporadic and short-lived, meaning you can still enjoy plenty of time in the sun or poolside.
Barbados is a relatively small island that’s fairly easy to get around. Let’s go over some of the ways to easily get around the island.
Cricket is the national sport of Barbados and many opportunities exist on the island to experience the sport. Historically, it is believed that cricket came to the island’s elite in the eighteenth century and since then has evolved into a national pastime.
Have you ever dreamed of a vacation home in the Caribbean? The Crane offers just that with our timeshares. Here are 5 reasons you should invest in fractional ownership.
Recently, one of L'Azure's very own Sous Chefs - Antonio Sivers - was given the prestigious honour of being selected to join the national culinary team and represent Barbados at the 2014 Taste of the Caribbean competition, which took place at the Hyatt Regency in Miami, Florida from June 28 to July 2, 2014.
The Crane Village is adding a new jewel to its crown!
The Crane is now the highest rated resort in the world by The Registry Collection. The Resort has been awarded the highest Registry Collection Credts in the world for each category of accomodation offered, beating out competition from such international, luxury brands as Four Seasons Residence Club and Fairmont Heritage Place.
The Crane has once again received a TripAdvisor Certficate of Excellence award. The accolade which honours hospitality excellence, is awarded only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide.
Since 1887, The Crane
has been famous for its spectacular,world-class beach and its rugged natural beauty. More recently, The Crane has become synonymous with luxury resort living. And now, an exciting new chapter is about to begin with the introduction of a separate luxury private residence community within The Crane Resort.
One of the best ways to experience a culture while travelling is to try authentic local cuisine. Barbadian food incorporates a mix of English and African ingredients, and uses many of its locally grown produce and spices. Barbados is also home to the yellow fin tuna, snapper, and mahi mahi fish; however, it is most popularly known as “The Land of the Flying Fish” because flying fish is the most commonly used type of fish in dishes. Barbados is the culinary capital of the Caribbean.