Divi Heritage

Address: Sunset Crest, St. James, Barbados | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Sunset Crest, St. James, is near El Tigre Catamaran Sailing Cruises, West Side Scuba Centre, Sandy Lane Golf Club, and Green Monkey Golf Course at Sandy Lane.
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    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from St. James

    Turtles, fish and sunshine!

    A travel blog entry by aguerin02 on Jun 28, 2013

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... Chad.
    The sun was shining as we set off for our first destination, an area known for sea turtles. They are green sea turtles and they tend to frequent the area because this is where the fishermen dumped their chum for years. The tour groups kept up with the feeding and now they don't mind the people swimming among them. Dwight was the turtle whisperer and was good at attracting them. Robbie caught on to the action quick and ...

    Meet the new neighbours

    A travel blog entry by bettya52 on May 20, 2013

    5 photos

    ... br> We had rice, pease, chicken, grilled fish, roasted sweet potato and veggies. There's lots left for tomorrow too.

    Malcolm begins to feel the effects of the drink and the heat at about 8.30 and is threatening to have an early night. He claims it's the time difference, but we know better.

    Tomorrow is a bank holiday and we are thinking about going to Garrison Savannah for a day at the races and perhaps another drink or two.



    A travel blog entry by kylajo on Jan 02, 2012

    3 photos

    ... it – and their labour – to their previous controllers.

    On the ridgeback of the island, we turned off-road into a small sugar plantation, to drive through the fields and mud briefly. Then we dropped down the road toward the east coast, where we paused at Bathsheba beach, to admire the strange rock formations and have a rum punch. Shortly after returning to the truck, it began to pour again. We dropped the awnings, but Paul and I still had to ...


    A travel blog entry by lasthours on Nov 26, 2011

    9 photos

    ... although on the shopping channel we've spotted some things to look for tomorrow. Shopping must be a crusing pastime. Took the courtesy bus there which was easy, the P&O Aurora and Azura are in port too. By 1pm the rain hadn't eased so after catching up on a bit on the free wifi we headed back. The coconut from yesterday which was supposed to be good for kidneys seems to be a bit too ...

    The end of the story...

    A travel blog entry by tonyandtonya on Jul 09, 2011

    14 photos

    ... and I really realized that first, no one is in a hurry in Barbados, (except when they drive) and second, EVERYTHING is expensive! KFC for the two of us was $54 Barbados dollars, so $22 American dollars! The cost of every day items is about 10-20 percent more than in the States. It was good our “holiday” as the Barbadians call it was coming to an end. We ordered our last Barbados dessert to go because they were so ...