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As one of the eastmost Caribbean islands and with a small local population of under 300,000, Barbados offers holidaymakers total escapism, allowing visitors to truly set themselves adrift from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life.
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99% of our customers recommend us
Book with confidence
Your package holiday is financially protected with ATOL
£1 hotel deposits
Pay the balance up to 2 weeks before you fly.
£30pp holiday deposits
Spread the cost on package holidays.
Why Holiday in Barbados?
Barbados also has plenty to offer visitors in the way of food and drink, nightlife and culture, all accompanied by a local populace of warm, welcoming Bajan people.
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Food & Drink in Barbados
For a memorable open-air dining experience, ‘Oistins Fis Fry’ offers a family friendly environment where diners can enjoy the sounds of authentic calypso music while they enjoy an array of seafood, hot off the grill.
Things to do in Barbados
There’s no shortage of seaside activities to be enjoyed on the island’s many breathtaking beaches either, with the crystal clear waters providing a tropical playground for swimming, kayaking and snorkelling enthusiasts, while those who prefer to keep their feet on dry land can enjoy a day of relaxation, kitesurfing or take advantage of some truly incredible golf courses!
Useful info for Barbados Holidays
The local currency used on the island is the Barbados Dollar (BBD), however, visitors may want to hold off shopping for branded clothes and electronic goods on the island, as they are often imported and therefore come with a higher price tag.
It’s also worth noting that any ‘camouflage’ patterned clothing or accessories cannot be brought into Barbados as it is strictly reserved for military use. It’s worth ensuring you don’t pack camouflage clothes or accessories for yourself or others in your bag, as they will likely be confiscated before entering.
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