Destinations

Barbados

While Barbados is famed for its fantastic beaches, this is an island that has it all. In addition to soft powdery sand and brilliant turquoise bays, this island boasts a Unesco World Heritage–listed capital, thrilling nightlife - all topped off by the promise of warm tropical weather.

Barbados is renowned for being a jet-set escape for celebrities and A-listers alike, but it has good reason – the fabulous collection of indulgent hotels and private villas make it the perfect luxury destination. This said, this lush Caribbean island measuring just 21 by 14 miles, is so much more than a magnet for the rich and famous. This relatively small island has seventy miles of pristine palm tree-fringed beaches, Zagat-rated fine dining restaurants, designer shopping and challenging golf courses – so there really is something for everyone.

This characterful isle has been influenced by a blend of West African and British heritage and hosts a number of events throughout the year, most famously Crop Over Festival, which celebrates the end of the sugar cane harvest that is an integral part of, perhaps, the island's greatest invention – rum.

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Barbados enjoys a hot tropical climate with two distinct seasons – wet and dry. Read More

Barbados enjoys a hot tropical climate with two distinct seasons – wet and dry. The wet season begins in May/June and runs though until November/December. Little rain falls during the rest of the year, especially in the driest period between February and April, though as a tropical island the odd storm can never be ruled out.

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