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Vacations in Barbados


A Caribbean Connection with a Touch of Old England


Barbados Overview

It's an island where High Tea is still a thing, drivers keep to the left, and the changing of the guard takes place at the Bridgetown Garrison. But it's also an island of world-class beaches, street markets and neighborhood rum shops. The culture is polite, but the locals – called Bajans – also know how to party. Celebrations include a chocolate festival, reggae fest, fish festival, and a food, wine and rum fete’. When the celebrating’s done you can relax at a historic inn or live large at a luxurious resort, enjoy spectacular snorkeling and scuba diving, play golf at a world-class range and dine out in style.


Discover a collection of historic and modern wrecks that are accessible to all divers. Interact with curious sea turtles in calm water or venture farther from shore to discover pinnacles and walls.

SCUBA diving in Barbados
Windsurfing in Barbados


Shred the surf, ride the wind, paddle on calm Caribbean waters or glide over reefs and wrecks. Explore ashore with hikes through town and country, off-road excursions that lead to remote beaches and a famous cave tour.