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According to ALLCOUNTRYLIST, the tourism industry in Barbados is thriving and has been since the 1950s. The warm, sunny climate, stunning beaches, and rich culture make it a popular destination for travelers looking for a Caribbean vacation. With its year-round warm weather and beautiful landscapes, Barbados is a great place to spend your holidays with family or friends. Barbados is known for its white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, and lush vegetation. The island also boasts a variety of leisure activities such as swimming, snorkeling, diving, sailing, windsurfing and more. There are also plenty of opportunities to explore the island’s history with visits to historic sites like St. Nicholas Abbey or Bridgetown’s Garrison Historic Area. Accommodations in Barbados range from luxurious all-inclusive resorts to quaint bed & breakfasts and guesthouses. There are also plenty of restaurants serving up local specialties such as flying fish or cou-cou (cornmeal) as well as international cuisines like Italian and Chinese dishes. Tourists can also take advantage of the many shopping options available including duty-free duty stores where they can purchase jewelry, clothing and souvenirs at discounted prices. Barbados offers an array of attractions that visitors can enjoy during their stay such as Harrison’s Cave which is one of the largest cave systems in the Caribbean or Flower Forest which features exotic plants from around the world set against a backdrop of lush tropical foliage. Visitors can also take part in exciting water sports adventures like deep sea fishing or take a tour on one of the many catamarans available for hire around the island. The tourism industry in Barbados has been greatly aided by government initiatives such as tax incentives for businesses related to hospitality services; promotional campaigns targeting potential visitors from abroad; improved infrastructure; and relaxed visa requirements for certain countries which have enabled more people from around the world to visit this beautiful island every year – making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean. See indexdotcom for Barbados Energy and Environment Facts.