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Capturing the unprecedented diversity of its incredible landscapes amongst luxury all-inclusive escapes, Barbados merges the gorgeous white sand, blue sea and lush vistas with a sophisticated and high-end way of life. Holidaymakers are drawn to this incredible destination by its vast beaches and clear waters; a quintessential vision of a Caribbean retreat.
- Flight time: Approx 9 hours
- Passport & Visa: No visa required
- Currency: Barbadian Dollar
- Time Zone: GMT-4
- Language: English
Having been governed by Great Britain, Barbados has earned the nickname 'Little England'. English is the official language of this Caribbean island, although the Barbadian dialect has strong West African influences. Bars, restaurants, clubs and festivals showcase the rich and welcoming character of Barbados.
International cuisine is celebrated in Barbados, often focussing on meat and fresh seafood dishes, typically grilled, fried, curried or pickled. Foods from an interesting mixture of Polynesian, French, Greek, Chinese, Italian, Japanese and New World traditions are all served.
On the north coast of Barbados, astound in up to one-hundred feet of sandstone cliffs and coral rising from the sea. This organically sculpted area contains hidden sheltered coves to explore. The North and East coast beaches are vast and exposed, open to the Atlantic Ocean and making for an incredible surfing and water sports location. The tranquil west coast features gentle waters and white sand beaches, an ideal location to relax and admire the gorgeous landscapes of Barbados and its seascapes.
Evenings in Barbados behold amazing nightlife, whether you’re searching for clubs and bars serving classic Bajan rum or sophisticated dining options showcasing the amazing flavours of the island. Holetown is just one of many that offers classic Bajan character with drinks, dining shops and more.