Located in Garrison Historic Area, this beachfront resort is in the city center and within 1 mi (2 km) of Garrison Savannah and Brownes Beach. Barbados Parliament ...
Calm, blue Caribbean waters and a white-sand beach greet guests at this intimate 67-room resort on the west coast of Barbados, just a 2-minute walk from Holetown ...
Nestled on the beach, this Parish of Christ Church resort is within a 10-minute walk of Barry's Surf Barbados Surf School and Dover Beach. Maxwell Beach and ...
Nestled on the beach, this Parish of Christ Church resort is just steps from Barry's Surf Barbados Surf School and Maxwell Beach. Dover Beach and St. Lawrence ...
Nestled on the beach, this Parish of Christ Church resort is within 2 mi (3 km) of George Washington House, Brownes Beach, and Barbados Parliament Buildings. ...
Perhaps the most British of all the Caribbean islands, Barbados is a sophisticated yet unspoiled destination, steeped in tradition and dotted with picturesque places to soak in the sun. Spend lazy afternoons on white sand beaches and relaxing at luxurious resorts. Visit historic sites and play golf. Enjoy sumptuous flying fish dinners accompanied by delicious Bajan rum punch.
Whatever you plan on your Barbados travel, let Orbitz guide your itinerary. Our Barbados vacation guide highlights the best time to go, top 10 highlights and insider gems from fire-throwing shows to private home tours.
Barbados weather is pleasant in year-round, with an average daily high temperature of 78 degrees, and an average daily rainfall of less than a quarter of an inch. Crowds and rates spike from mid-December through mid-April. Hurricane season, which lasts from June through October, is the best time for discount prices and fewer crowds.
Major annual events include Crop Over, a five-week summer festival that dates back to the 1780s which marked the end of the sugar season. Today, it's the island's biggest celebration with parades, parties, live Calypso music and more.
One of the liveliest places to enjoy Bajan nightlife is at Harbour Lights, a nightclub that stages a colorful dinner dance show -- complete with fire throwers and acrobatic performers -- on the beach, every Monday and Wednesday.
Be sure to try flying fish, so popular it's now an island symbol. The Waterfront Café in Bridgetown is an ideal place to sample it, perhaps accompanied by Cou Cou, a tasty corn meal and okra dish.
There's nothing like connecting with the locals to really understand a destination. The Barbados National Trust's Open House program, which takes place on Wednesday afternoons, allows vacationers to visit elegant private homes and find out how Bajans live.
For the best windsurfing, hit the Silver Sands area between November and April.
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