13.2149° N, 59.5239° W
Located on the East Coast of Barbados in the town of Bathsheba is a unique landmark known as the "Soup Bowl". This curious location is highlighted by rock formations which mother nature has artistically developed over time. This should serve as no surprise, but these formations closely resemble a bowl turned upside down (no soup included). Known as a legendary surf spot, this is not a location to travel to if you are looking to float in the ocean but if you want to explore a one-of-a-kind place and enjoy some breathtaking views, add this to the list.
Depending on where you are located in Barbados, travelling to the Soup Bowl can be an all-day ordeal but is well worth the time invested. With the exception of surfers, a few locals and some other visitors who have decided to make the trek, you will find very little happening here. In fact, we HIGHLY recommend you bring your own vehicle or hire a driver for the day to travel here as there are no taxis (or any vehicles for that matter) traveling through this remote location. Take it from our experience, story for another day...
Though this may not be somewhere you would stay all day (unless you are a surfer), we still highly encourage you to visit here at some point in your lifetime. Having an opportunity to see these unusual rock formations with a beautiful Atlantic Ocean backdrop is not something you come across every day. So, if you are on the island of Barbados and need to walk off some of the food from Oistins (future write up on that to come), make the trip to the Soup Bowl for a unique experience you will not forget.
This area has inspired us in a special way - A collection representative of this location is coming soon.