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BARBADOS

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Overview

A tropical paradise, Barbados is filled with sun, sea and smiles, book a holiday to Barbados for fun filled nights and chilled days.

● You can find tropical weather here all year round but the dry season

    and the best time to visit is between December and May
● St Lawrence Gap is popular for its nightlife and fun activities
● More tourists from the UK visit Barbados than any other nationality
● The official currency is the Barbados Dollar
● Barbados is a small Caribbean Island - It is only 21 miles long

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Things To Do

Get into the swing of island life at this glamorous holiday destination, this beautiful
Caribbean island is home to luxurious sandy beaches, vibrant culture, delicious cuisine and overflowing natural beauty.

Beaches in Barbados are nothing short of Dreamy. Head over to Carlisle Bay for bleach white sands and stunning waters perfect for swimming ( Oh and say Hi to the local turtles for us!)Brownes beach is known for its calm waters, powder white sands and gorgeous sunsets. Dover beach is located in the trendy St Lawrence Gap - Here you will find plenty of fun activities such as watersports and wave jumping. You can also chill on beach chairs and enjoy the local foods.

At night St Lawrence Gap becomes a hotspot for nightlife, with lively bars, nightclubs and venues playing live music and offering a vibrant party atmosphere.  Party cruises are popular in Barbados serving dinner, rum punch and plenty of excitement.

Barbados is a great place for Shopping. Save a dollar or two with duty-free shopping island- wide. Here you can enjoy 30-50% discounts on prices compared to the UK from designer clothing boutiques to modern shopping centres and local jewellery and crafts markets you are sure to bag yourself a bargain - Just show your passport and flight ticket to take advantage of the amazing prices.

Take in a pop of history with amazing historical sites. Head over to the island’s capital
Bridgetown for an extensive amount of monuments and memorials, in fact it is home to the highest amount in the whole of the Caribbean.

Barbados is commonly known as the birthplace of rum. Production first began in the 1640’s and Barbados is home to the oldest distillery in the world which still produces the best rum. You can visit their visitor centre for a lesson in all things rum with lessons on the history of rum, how it influenced the island and tours of the distilleries. Visit the rum shop and enjoy a drink and take in the culture.