The multi-faceted gem of the Caribbean; west coast boasts golden sand beaches, luxury hotels and sophisticated restaurants and bars; the rugged east coast is popular with surfers and the south coast offers white sands and glittering nightlife.

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Flight time (from UK)
  • 8½ hours
Time difference
  • GMT -4 hours

Browse in Bridgetown boutiques, relax in quayside bistros with a fresh seafood lunch, wander through the mahogany forest of the Barbados Wildlife Reserve amongst monkeys and macaws, and experience the underground splendour of the eerie and impressive Harrisons Cave; you must explore to appreciate the wonder this island has to offer.

Discover the island’s less visited treasures; such as the pastel washed houses of cliff-top Bathsheba and the scattered idyllic churches and beautiful gardens of surrounding parishes. Blissful beaches, fine hotels, championship golf courses and speciality restaurants such as The Cliff and The Fish Pot which serve Barbados’ signature dishes are juxtaposed against expanses of cane fields and dotted sugar plantations. Enjoy exhilarating watersports, swim with sea turtles and visit former plantations before sampling some of the world’s finest rum, dancing to a calypso band and experiencing a casual night at Oistins fish fry . . . a chance to party ‘Bajan-style’.

Unbeatable diversity, colonial charm and exceptional standards ensure Barbados’ continuous popularity. It’s superbly placed for a tailormade island-hopping experience with Antigua, Tobago, Saint Lucia or the Grenadines all within easy reach for an exciting Caribbean experience.

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