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Barbados Holidays

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Holidays to Barbados

Select any of our Barbados holidays and of our all inclusive package deals and you'll soon be jetting to where many have long been considered the ultimate paradise escape. This is where the smart set parties throughout the winter and returns in summer with the family to relax…the coral sands, swaying palms and tempting waters are only part of the appeal.

Like seafood? You’ll be king of the grill at Oisten’s Friday Fish Fry. Where an ocean’s worth of swordfish, lobster and tuna steak sizzle to the calypso beat. The legendary warmth of the islanders is infectious.

Colour-rich and calypso filled, the island provides visitors with an intoxicating taste of the West Indies. So what are you waiting for? Book your all inclusive holiday to Barbados.

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Barbados in Detail

Barbados, known as the 'pearl of the Caribbean', is the eastern-most Caribbean island and is actually an enormous and ancient coral reef that was formed approximately one million years ago. It has been dubbed 'the real fantasy island', an appellation that points to its exotic resorts and glorious beaches. Enjoying 340 days of sunshine a year, numerous well-developed amenities, lively nightlife and friendly inhabitants, it is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Caribbean.

Barbados islanders, calling themselves 'Bajans', are West Indian by descent, although largely shaped by English customs and culture. These influences pervade much of the island, most evident in the Anglican stone churches (the island is divided into numerous parishes) and in the many cricket games played on the village greens. The 'Little England' legacy dates back to colonial days when the sugar industry reigned supreme. Barbados gained self-government in 1966, and now tourism, rather than sugar, is the mainstay of the local economy.

The island is a pear-shaped, 20-mile (32km) stretch of soft coral, which is permeated by water and over time has formed fascinating underground caverns. The coral reefs enveloping most of the island entice tourists to its picturesque shores for activities like snorkelling, scuba diving, and watersports.

Barbados Attractions

Barbados has a lot to offer visitors in the way of beach life and sightseeing, making this a superb holiday destination for anyone. When not lazing on the beach, a visit to Harrison's Cave could prove rewarding and the Jacobean Mansions are also worth seeing. The little fishing village of Bathsheba is favoured by surfers and photographers alike, while Graeme Hall Swamp has, even more, to offer in the way of unusual sights. Tropical Barbados boasts sunny and fair weather, and the friendly locals also make this an irresistible option for that perfect coastal vacation.

Top 5 Things To Do in Barbados

Animal Flower Cave - Accessible ocean cave with steps leading inside, a coral floor, sea anemones & natural rock pools.
Harrison's Cave - Underground limestone cavern accessed by tram, with streams, pools, stalagmites & stalactites.
Andromeda Gardens - Garden with self-guided walks through 6 acres planted with tropical plants, flowers & trees.
Bottom Bay - Bottom Bay is located on the southeast coast of Barbados, between Cave Bay and Palmetto Bay. According to the locals Bottom Bay is the best beach on Barbados.
Flower Forest - Modest botanical garden featuring year-round blooms, wildlife, coastal views & a cafe.


Barbados Highlights

Barbados by Sea

Adult: £96 Child: (2 -12 yrs) £58

This catamaran cruise takes you on a leisurely sail and some fun in the sun. You have the opportunity to swim or snorkel with the turtles (all the equipment is provided) and your lunch and open bar is included. The crew ensure that you have a memorable day.

Join us on our boat for a leisurely five hour cruise. We make stops for snorkeling over fabulous reefs and shipwrecks and for a thrilling swim with the sea turtles in their natural habitat. The crew pampers you with a delicious buffet lunch as well as an open bar all day.

Adventureland Jeep Safari

Adult: £110 Child: (2 -12 yrs) £68

Discover Barbados in a 4x4 Land Rover that takes you far off the beaten track to all the hidden places you could never imagine were here.

This adventure will show you the best kept secrets of Little England. We drive to places inaccessible to others. The professional guides will keep you entertained whilst sharing the island’s folklore, culture, history and you’ll stop at some spots for the most astounding photo opportunities you will ever encounter. You will see places which the first settlers would have encountered here! It will truly be a day of fun, adventure and exploration.

When to Visit

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  • Currency Barbadian dollar
  • Flying time from UK Flight duration from London Gatwick (LGW) to Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) is 8 hours 30 minutes.
  • Primary Language English
  • Passport & Visas British passport holders do not require a visa for stays of up to three months.
Romance and adventure are in the air on this lush West Indian island in the Caribbean
Alistair -Longhaul Product Executive