Being an Island in the Caribbean, Barbados is surrounded by some of the most serene, blue waters in the world. This means that there is a plethora of water sports you can enjoy here, whether you are an adrenaline junkie or want something a bit more placid.


This is as close as you can get to having a go on a jetpack. Jetblade Barbados is a magnet for hot-shot adrenaline junkies, adventure seekers, grand standers, thirsty newbies, seasoned war horses, curious locals and tourists from all walks of life. Our thrill-seeking jetpack culture is a must-see on the island; acting as a lighthouse for trendsetting crowds and is just one of the many reasons why we are championed as the most memorable water sports experience on the island.

Barbados Water Sport Island

Catamaran Snorkelling Cruise

Why not take a fun and relaxing catamaran cruise along the west coast of Barbados? On board a spacious schooner, sail to two or three different snorkeling spots, where you’ll see a shipwreck and swim in the clear Caribbean with sea turtles and colorful fish. On this tour, you will have the opportunity to swim with the beautiful Turtles, in addition experience snorkel and explore the shipwreck that is home to many species of fish including the Sargent Major.

Scuba Diving

Barbados is one of the few islands in the Caribbean that can provide 365 days of scuba diving each year. Divers enjoy warm water temperatures year round varying from 29°C (84°F) in the summer months of July-September to 27°C (77°F) in the winter months Jan-March.