Barbados is known as the 'Little England' of the Caribbean, but not so much so that the locals have become Europeanised. Bajans, as they call themselves, are as West Indian as any of their Caribbean neighbours, and have tended to borrow, rather than assume English customs. This tiny island of just 21 miles long by 14 miles wide offers some stunning scenery and plenty of activities for those who wish to do something other than chill on the beach whilst soaking up the sun.
Barbados is an all year round destination although people tend to travel more from mid December to April when its colder elsewhere. Temperatures hardly ever drop below 75 degrees in the Winter (December to March) and steadies itself at about 85 in the Summer. Humidity is high during the hurricane season which is generally June- December. Cooling trade winds favour the Island most of the year.
Top Hotels In Barbados
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