Barbados boasts lush tropical surroundings and powder-sand beached, lapped by the cobalt blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. This, alongside the wealth of attractions and activities that can be found on the island, make it no surprise that Barbados is a dream destination for many.
Foodies should look no further than Barbados’ thriving culinary scene. Wherever you dine on the island, you’ll find the Bajan cuisine’s main ingredients: creative flare and passion.
From converted chattel houses to cliff-top restaurants, Barbados’ fine dining scene will not disappoint those looking for unforgettable culinary experiences. Listening to the steady swoosh of the sea wash against the soft, sandy beaches is the perfect accompaniment to indulging your senses in all that Bajan cuisine has to offer. As well as fine dining, there are also a wealth of other culinary options in Barbados that mean there is truly something to be enjoyed regardless of budget or pallet
Why Travel to Barbados?
With the Bajan way of life offering up a unique combination of ease and passion, opportunities for relaxation can be found around every corner on the island.
Horizons in Barbados are met with golden sunsets and rejuvenating sunrises, with visitors set to make memories that last a lifetime in this tropical paradise.
Cruise & Stay
Many cruise lines commence and or end their Caribbean voyages from the island of Barbados. Making cruise and stay a superb option to extend your holiday pre or post cruise to sample island life.
When To Go?
Whilst known as a winter sun destination and certainly if you’re looking at holidaying over the Christmas period you’ll need to book early. We’ve also travelled in the summer months where prices are much cheaper with the odd rain shower or two.
The only Caribbean island to be served by a direct flight from Manchester. With both Aer Lingus and Virgin Atlantic serving the route.
The Whole Family
It’s a perfect destination for multi-generational holidays. From grandparents to grandchildren there really is something for everyone.
All beaches in Barbados are for public use, there are no private beaches including the famed West Coast of the island. Which means that you can visit any beach you like. Just remember not all beaches have facilities but our team can recommend where to explore.
We regularly receive special offers and discounts from our travel partners.
For the latest offers and a bespoke quotation speak to our Silver Travel Advisors on 0800 412 5678.
Alternatively you can contact our travel partner directly.
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