Located in Bridgetown, this beachfront resort is in the city center and within a 15-minute walk of Carlisle Bay and Brownes Beach. Barbados Parliament Buildings ...
Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados$114Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados$114
Nestled on the beach, this Hastings resort is within 1 mi (2 km) of George Washington House and Brownes Beach. Barbados Parliament Buildings and Kensington Oval ...
Sugar Bay Barbados - All Inclusive$343Sugar Bay Barbados - All Inclusive$343
Nestled on the beach, this Rockley resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Rockley Beach, Brownes Beach, and Barbados Parliament Buildings. Allamanda Beach Boardwalk ...
Accra Beach Hotel & Spa$117Accra Beach Hotel & Spa$117
Overlooking a Caribbean beach to the west and Carlisle Bay and Bridgetown to the north, this 350-room resort hotel on Needham's Point in Barbados includes partially ...
Hilton Barbados Resort$196Hilton Barbados Resort$196
Located in Prospect, this beachfront resort is in a provincial park and within 1 mi (2 km) of Batts Rock Beach and Paradise Beach. Brighton Beach and Barbados ...
Waves Hotel & Spa by Elegant Hotels - All Inclusive$519Waves Hotel & Spa by Elegant Hotels - All Inclusive$519
With direct access to the beach, this St. Lawrence Gap resort is in the entertainment district and within a 10-minute walk of Dover Beach, St. Lawrence Bay, ...
Divi Southwinds Beach Resort$112Divi Southwinds Beach Resort$112
Formerly a private colonial-era club, the AAA Four Diamond Award Colony Club now welcomes guests to experience Barbados’ storied history. Enjoy savory dining ...
Colony Club by Elegant Hotels$450Colony Club by Elegant Hotels$450
Nestled on the beach, this St. Lawrence Gap hotel is steps from Turtle Beach, Dover Beach, and Maxwell Beach. St. Lawrence Bay and Worthing Beach are also within ...
Dover Beach Hotel$77Dover Beach Hotel$77
Located in St. Lawrence Gap, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district, just steps from Dover Beach and Turtle Beach. Maxwell Beach and St. Lawrence ...
Ocean Two Resort & Residences$152Ocean Two Resort & Residences$152
Facing a South Coast beach with cream-colored sand, this Barbados resort is about midway between the dining and nightlife of St Lawrence Gap and the weekly Fish ...
Bougainvillea Barbados$213Bougainvillea Barbados$213
Barbados doesn't really need an introduction, but for you we'll make an exception. This tropical Caribbean oasis is rich in beauty and history, and has a stack of thrifty things to do. From the sparkling waters and white sands to the beautiful places like Andromeda Gardens, this place has it all. Shoppers, don't pass up a visit to Cave Shepherd and the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre for the best duty-free gifts in town.
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July to November is the best time for Barbados travel, despite the increased chance of rain. Hurricanes rarely hit the island, and there are a number of festivals that take place at this time. Hotel prices tend to double for Barbados vacations during the peak season from December to April. This is a popular season because of the Barbados Jazz Festival, the Holetown Festival, and the Holders Season Festival. The off-season is from mid April to June, and the country tends to slow down and travel prices reach their lowest rates.
Shop at Barefoot on the beach in St James for handmade trinkets, kaftans, quilts and colorful ceramic pieces.
The Friday night fish fry has become a tradition for many, with an amazing party atmosphere and cheap open-air food stalls and music.
The Coral Reef Club & Sandy Lane both offer an amazing spa experience for those who want to enjoy a day of pampering and relaxation.
The Island Safari Company offers a fantastic off-road experience for the whole family, giving you the chance to see the country in all its glory.
The award winning Tides Restaurant has tables overlooking the sea, helpful and friendly staff, and excellent cuisine featuring a variety of dishes from all over the world.
Tropical paradise? Check. Plenty of rum? Check. Free tastings? You bet. It's hard to find something not to like about the Mount Gay rum distillery in Barbados. And as the lilting accent of your guide serenades you through the history of rum on the island, plus tipple after tipple of the good stuff, you'll wonder why anyone would ever leave.
Explore caves that open right into the Atlantic Ocean, go for a mini-hike, and take a swim in the rock pools at this amazing location. There are plenty of places to relax and enjoy a picnic, too. Don't forget your camera to capture the scenery on this ultimate Barbados travel experience.
If you're on the lookout for a relaxing (and budget-conscious) end to your day, visit one of the many manicured tropical gardens on Barbados. Orchid World is a firm favorite, with numerous specimens of this gorgeous flora. There's also the Flower Forest and Andromeda Gardens to satisfy even the greenest of thumbs.
Want to find some native cuties frolicking in the tropics on your Barbados travels? Head over to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve to see the famous Barbados Green Monkeys go about their daily biz. You'll also spot flamingos, turtles, deer, armadillos, snakes and more. Entry is a bargain at just $12, so bring the family for some funds-friendly fun.
Barbados is blessed with some of the world's most stunning beaches. Try Bottom Bay for ample sunshine and beachgoers, or hit the unfortunately-named Foul Bay for a more chilled-out scene. Surfers choose Soup Bowl for the best surf in town. From snorkeling and diving to lazing on the sand, a Barbados vacation means sand and sea.
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