This small Southern Caribbean island is renowned for its picture-perfect white (and pink) sand beaches, stunning, turquoise waters, and lush tropical gardens, along with its laid-back, and thoroughly welcoming atmosphere.
Adventurous travelers can take advantage of the range of watersports on offer, whilst lovers of history and culture will enjoy exploring the colorful towns and cities, home to a wealth of well-preserved colonial architecture, bustling street markets and some of the best food and drink in the Caribbean!
Go snorkeling with sea turtles and explore sunken shipwrecks; visit St Nicholas abbey and the breathtaking Harrison Cave; explore the depths of the ocean on a nocturnal submarine trip, and experience the unique thrill of jetblading!Book Now
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Experience some of the best activities and sights Barbados has to offer on this whirlwind 5 day tour!Book Now
British Airways operate four direct flights a week from London Heathrow to Nassau.
Barbados has a tropical climate with year round average temperatures of 30°C and high levels of humidity. However, the best time to visit is during the driest period, between December and June.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
If you are a UK citizen you do not require a visa to enter Barbados and may remain there for up to six months.
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