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About Barbados

For many vacationers, visiting the Caribbean island of Barbados is a dream come true. From the beaches to the music to the rum, Barbados attracts visitors from far and wide for a variety of reasons. Whether you plan to relax or party, book one of the many charming Barbados vacation rentals and enjoy your stay on this enticing island.

Climate

Barbados enjoys a consistently pleasant climate year-round, with temperatures in the 70s and 80s just about every month of the year. Since more rain tends to fall in the summer and fall, winter and spring are typically the busiest times to visit Barbados. You may need to book far in advance if you plan to travel from December through April, but you'll likely find a bargain or two on Barbados vacation rentals from July through November.

Transit

Book a flight into Grantley Adams International Airport, which has flights between Barbados and numerous destinations on the East Coast of the U.S. Once you've safely landed on Barbados, renting a car is the easiest way to get around the island since the price of taxis can add up quickly. Make sure to drive on the left side of the road as you're traveling between Barbados vacation rentals and the island's hottest attractions. If you don’t rent a car, Barbados does have ample public transportation via taxis and minibuses, and the bus fare is relatively cheap. 

Areas within Barbados

Barbados is only 21 miles long by 14 miles wide, but it is helpful to know a bit about the areas of the island before arriving. Here are a few of the most interesting parts of Barbados:

  • Bridgetown: It is the capital of Barbados and offers duty-free shopping, museums, restaurants, boutiques, and bars.
  • Oistins: A fishing village, it is known for its popular weekly event, the Oistins Fish Fry. 
  • St. Lawrence Gap: This is a 1.3km stretch of road offering excellent dining, shopping, and nightlife. 
  • Needham’s Point: This historic area features gorgeous Needham’s Point and Pebbles Beach.
  • Bathsheba: It is the rugged east coast of the island and features white-sand beaches, tide pools, and beautiful rock formations that make this area a must-see part of your trip.

Things to Do

The easternmost island in the Caribbean, Barbados offers top-notch surfing, white sand beaches, and some of the world's best rum. Head over to the island's east coast for some out-of-this-world surfing in a spot called the Soup Bowl. Even if ...

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