Hello Novem­ber — Let’s do that Inde­pen­dence Thing


1. Bar­ba­dos’ Food & Wine and Rum Festival

Wine and Food

Come out and see celebrity chefs and wine experts show­case their tal­ents at this annual fes­ti­val. Learn about how to pair the best in food and wine, learn about wine in gen­eral and of course sam­ple it, learn the his­tory of rum in Bar­ba­dos and also watch sev­eral renowned chefs ply their trade at this fes­ti­val. Ques­tion and answer forums are avail­able at this very inter­ac­tive festival.

2. Swim Bar­ba­dos Open Water Fes­ti­val

This event held in Novem­ber invites swim­mers and triath­letes of vary­ing skill lev­els to com­pete at this event. Each race is bro­ken down into age cat­e­gories for men, women and chil­dren. The event con­sists of a 1.5km swim and a 5km swim and there will also be relay and kayak races, stand up pad­dle board races and “just for fun” swim races. Admis­sion is free for all spectators.

3. Bar­ba­dos Inde­pen­dence Pro Surf Fest

The biggest surf­ing event on the Bar­ba­dos Surf­ing Association’s annual cal­en­dar. This Surf Fest fea­tures two pre­mium inter­na­tional com­pe­ti­tions – The Inde­pen­dence Pro and The Soup Bowl Junior Pro. Come out and wit­ness surf­ing at its best, as well as the famous bikini con­test and live entertainment.

4. Bar­ba­dos Museum Olé Time Excursion

This island bus tour, orga­nized by the Bar­ba­dos Museum and His­tor­i­cal Soci­ety, presents a won­der­ful oppor­tu­nity for per­sons to explore the his­tory and cul­ture of Bar­ba­dos. Before you hit the road, there is usu­ally a 45 minute tour of the Museum. Knowl­edge­able per­son­nel form the museum will also be on hand dur­ing the bus ride to pro­vide knowl­edge and insight into the many places vis­ited on this excursion.

5. Drag Rac­ing with BADD

If you are some­one that loves car rac­ing in Bar­ba­dos, then you should never miss a Drag Rac­ing event. This even promises you an entire after­noon of excit­ing drag rac­ing over 18th of a mile and is held at the pre­mier car rac­ing spot in the Caribbean, Bushy Park, St. Philip.

© Arti­cle of Caribbean Dreams Mag­a­zine
© Photo from food​winerum​.com

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