From rum distillery tours, to sugar and rum cooking classes, there are many activities to take part in from January to April 2018 including: chocolate-making classes, walking and bus tours, mixology shows, historic lectures, spa treatments, street and beach parties, an Open House Season and a big BBQ. With the slave route, cane factory, windmill and rum shop tours, the Barbados Sugar and Rum Season is steeped in creativity, history and authenticity and the perfect way to complete your memorable Barbados experience.
As rum plays a major factor in culinary usage, its versatility and favourable taste will be shared with visitors not only through stories, but on the plate as well. The entire island will participate in immersing visitors and enriching the culture of the birthplace of rum.
Learn more about the events taking place over the 2018 Barbados Sugar and Rum Season.
Our recommendation on where to stay and eat in Barbados
Book a truly gourmet dining experience at Little Good Harbour’s Fish Pot Restaurant, an open air covered terrace in an old Fort.
The chef takes a purist’s approach to cooking, opting to use fresh ingredients in their best form, enhanced by local seasonings. The delectable menu includes modern takes on both Caribbean and internationally inspired cuisine. Fresh seafood dishes can be found throughout.
Noteworthy items include Lobster ravioli, pan-fried Mahi Mahi, oven-roasted Sea Bass and a mouthwatering Lamb Shank.
To book Little Good Harbour contact Essential Detail, your preffered travel agent or tour operator.