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Why Not Go?

At once organic and sophisticated, Barbados mixes all that is natural about the Caribbean island with every modern convenience a tourist could ask for. This destination is so well-loved, in fact, that in 2014 USA Today ranked it at number seven in a list of the Top Ten Caribbean Islands. Located in the North Atlantic Ocean just east of the… more…

Best Time to Visit

Choosing the perfect time to travel to Barbados means taking numerous factors into… more…

Areas within Barbados

Bathsheba

Bridgetown

Holetown

Saint Lawrence Gap

Speightstown

Transportation

Experiencing everything that beautiful Barbados has to offer means traversing the… more…

Air Travel

Considered the easternmost of the islands in the Caribbean, Barbados attracts… more…

Ferries

Unlike other Caribbean islands, Barbados does not have many ferry services. Luckily,… more…

Rental Cars

Barbados is a rather small island with… more…

Sailing

When it comes to sailing, Barbados is… more…

Taxis

Travelers eager to begin their relaxing… more…

Accommodations

No matter what type of lodging you prefer, you're bound to find something that suits you on the beautiful island of Barbados. If you're looking for a little more info about individual hotels, analphabetical list of hotelson Barbados will get the ball rolling. Searching for a specific amenity (such as a tenniscourt) or service (like babysitting)? Try ourBest Hotels Forpages, which rank local hotels based on their ability to meet your specific… more…

Hotels

Barbados is one of the most popular… more…

Eco Tourism

Travelers visiting Barbados will see no… more…

Villa Complexes

Vacationers who want to relax without… more…

Attractions

Tourists from all over the world are drawn to the island of Barbados. This Caribbean paradise is especially popular for its 70-plus square miles of pristine sugar-sand… more…

Cruises

Nearly half a million people visit Barbados by cruise ship each year to enjoy everything the island has to offer, from surfing and snorkeling to duty-free shopping.… more…

Weddings

If you have always dreamed of getting married on a sandy stretch of beach in Barbados, but never believed it was plausible, think again. A bit of investigation and a… more…

Beaches

With over 70 square miles of beaches to choose from on the beautiful island of Barbados, travelers will have no problem finding the right… more…

Natural Attractions

A vacation in Barbados is not complete without exploring the natural beauty that… more…

Restaurants

Visitors will notice the British reverence for dining all over Barbados, where… more…

Attractions

Casinos

Landmarks

Clothing

Whether you select functional travel attire for touring or elegant apparel for… more…

Currency

When you travel abroad, it is always important to understand that the money you… more…

Crime

Alertness pays off for vacationers who take measures to prevent crime while visiting… more…

Culture

While the Amerindians, Spanish, and… more…

Electricity

The electrical service in Barbados is… more…

Events & Festivals

Thousands of people flock to Barbados… more…

Food

Adventurous travelers know that no two vacations will ever be exactly alike. Some people will prefer a tranquil stay by the ocean while others are eager to immerse themselves in local culture. Fortunately, the dining options in Barbados can accommodate both the footloose and the formal vacationer.… more…

Budgeting

A vacation in Barbados is a priceless experience, but wise travelers know that… more…

Tipping

A few simple guidelines can simplify the tipping customs… more…

History

Although both the Spanish and Portuguese would reach the… more…

Weather

The easternmost Caribbean island of Barbados sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The balmy, tropical climate is cooled by the continual trade winds blowing in from the east. The fresh breezes, warm sunshine, and sufficient rainfall make the year-round average daytime highs of 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit (24-29 degrees Celsius) very comfortable. Still, the weather in Barbados is sunnier and drier than that of many other islands in the Caribbean. On the southern edge of the Atlantic hurricane… more…

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