The Barbados National Trust. Since 1986 the Barbados National Trust has organized free walks on Sunday for residents and visitors alike at 6 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Called Hike Barbados, they've become so popular that at times as many as several hundred people may show up.
Swim with our leatherback and hawksbill turtles. Listen out for the crick-crick of our tiny, translucent whistling frogs. Witness a shoal of glistening flying fish breaking the surface to glide across a tranquil sea.
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Weekly expeditions led by "Hike Barbados", a group sponsored by the Barbados National Trust (BNT), are the most popular Barbados hiking opportunities. The BNT is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of trails, villages, and buildings throughout the island.
The hikes are free but donations to assist the Barbados National Trust and its continued work are welcomed. Island Tours. Driving in Barbados is relatively easy for most visitors, as long as they remember to stay on the left-hand side of the road.
Sporting Barbados magazine was introduced in 1998 and remains an annual sports tourism publication that extols the virtues of the sporting and leisure activities of Barbados.
At the Barbados National Trust Open House tomorrow, Wednesday 14th February 2018, at Las Palmas, Mr. Frederick Alleyne will be presenting the 'Lively Lecture' at 3:15 PM! Frederick Alleyne is a PhD student at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus.
Join the Barbados National Trust on their Sunday morning & afternoon hikes to explore the countryside and learn about the history of the island. http://barbados.org ...
Running and hiking in Barbados. Search this site ... 2017 Hike Schedule. 2017 National Trust Hike Schedule.
“He was a great innovator and a great environmentalist,” said William Gollop, head of the Barbados National Trust, which now runs the hikes. “This is a great memorial to him.” The hikes are intended to show locals and tourists that there’s more to Barbados than beaches.