With Bajans across the island celebrating the sugar cane harvest, this idyllic travel destination is transformed into a party haven. As the festival begins to gain momentum and notoriety, it grows beyond belief. Perfect for those who must get their beach bum on but don’t mind a good party.
Where to stay: Rent a villa. Options are plentiful and they work out to be less costly than hotels when traveling with a large group. Opt for the south coast if you want to be close to the action, or luxuriate on the west (aka the “platinum coast”).
Where to eat: Oistin’s Fish Fry is well known for its local delicacies and party vibe.
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