Water Sports Barbados

Water Activities in Barbados

During your stay at Casablanca, you can experience the best of Barbados’ beaches, located only a short distance from the Villa. Sandy Lane Beach is only a two-minute drive from the Villa (an eight-minute walk), and guests at Casablanca have exclusive access to Sandy Lane Estate Beach Club.

At Sandy Land Estate Beach Club, guests can access private beach cabanas, order drinks and food from the beach-side bar, and enjoy the beach with limited crowds.

If you’re looking for beach-front activities other than relaxing with a cocktail and a good book, then there are plenty more options! You can partake in your favourite water sports activities or try something new. Our concierge service can help you plan your water adventures and book any water sports lessons you’re interested in.

For a more scenic experience, book a spot on a catamaran cruise where you can sit back, take in the gorgeous Bajan landscape, and relax on deck. The boat might even drop anchor so you can take a dip in the waves. Catamaran cruises are perfect for a romantic date or a fun afternoon with the family.

Glass boat tours offer a similar experience, but with the thrill of having an aquarium-like view of the ocean for the whole trip. You’ll have the best view of the underwater world of Barbados without having to get wet!

Water Sports BarbadosThe calm waters on the west coast of the island and the small waves in the crescent-shaped Shandy Lane Beach are perfect for more relaxing water sports experiences, like kayaking, snorkeling, boogie boarding, and paddleboarding. You can soak up some sun while paddling through the clear turquoise waves at your own pace. You might even come across a Hawksbills turtle!

For an even more intensive snorkeling experience, you can try out sea scooters — small, motorized devices that propel you forward while you swim underwater. This lets you take in the beautiful underwater scenery without having to exert so much energy. You simply hold on to the sea scooter and explore the wonders of a shipwreck, check out an underwater landscape, or glide through a school of fish.

If you’re looking for a watersport with a bit more adrenaline, try your hand at kitesurfing, windsurfing, or plain and simple surfing during a few lessons. Put your balance to the test and experience the thrill of water sports in Barbados!

Water Sports BarbadosAnd the options don’t end there. Other water sport activities in Barbados include jet skiing, waterskiing, and scuba diving.

For some family fun, head to Rascals of Barbados Waterpark on the west coast of the island, which features an entirely inflatable waterpark with slides, obstacles, and jumps. It’s the largest floating aqua park in the Caribbean!

After you’ve spent a long day in the sun and the sea, you’ll be able to relax in the Villa with a cocktail, a delicious meal, and a comfortable bed. You can book a massage, put your feet up in the gazebo, and get ready for another day of water-filled fun.