There are endless things to see and do in Barbados. With its stunning beaches, otherworldly caves, demanding golf courses, renowned restaurants and rich heritage, its no wonder the island is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. However, there are a few cautions, caveats and conditions to keep in mind when visiting this vacation paradise. Here are 19 things NOT to do in Barbados.
1. Don’t Wear Camouflage
That military pattern may be on-trend in the world of fashion, but you’d better leave any camouflage-wear at home if you’re Barbados bound. It’s actually illegal for anyone but the Barbados Defense Force to don this style here. Even toddlers in cute pink camo shorts are prohibited. Seriously. Visitors have had contraband camouflage clothing confiscated at the airport and have been denied entry at some attractions for this unwitting offense. You may not be arrested if you’re caught in an army fatigue bikini, but you may be asked to change.