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Other watersports in Barbados are windsurfing, katamaran sailing, waterski and parasailing. Best for windsurfing is the southcoast. You find Club Mistral in Christ Church.
Known amongst wave surfers is Bathsheba an old fishing village in St. Joseph which is called "soupbowl for surfers" because of its rough breaking waves.

Don't miss a go on the glass bottom boat. It will be an unforgetable impression. Ask for the trip to the sea turtles you can swim with (don't forget swimming stuff) or feed them. The stops of the glass bottom boats are in Holetown or on the beach of the Colony Club and Folkestone Marine Reserve. Work out a price before, it is about 60,- to 70,- BDS $ per person, kids up to 12 years half price.

On the beach jetski riding gets offered by bajans. They are cheaper to use after 4pm. Ask for a price, it should be about 60,- to 70,- BDS $ per 20 min. It is worth working out a good bargain.
If you dont want to dive but not only snorkel, you can try Snuba, you snorkel down to 6m on a long line. The whole family can do it together.

Of course there is not only watersports, Cricket is a big thing on the island, soccer, polo, golf, walking ('Barbados Hiking' every sunday), tennis, jogging, sailing, riding, fishing, cycling etc.

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