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Expect dramatic cliffs, crashing waves and stunning unspoilt ocean views. To the north and west, a distinctly more tranquil feel pervades, with balmy crystal waters, immaculate beaches, world-renowned hotels and exquisite restaurants. There is a noticeable homage to the days of the British Commonwealth, both architecturally and in the time-honoured customary traditions, such as afternoon tea, cricket, polo matches and horse racing at the Garrison Savannah.
Enjoy the wonder of the diverse and beautiful seascape: turtles bob along the waves and schools of rainbow-coloured fish playfully flit in the lagoon. On land, green monkeys thrive in the Wildlife Reserve and botanical gardens offer sensuous tropical sights, sounds and smells. Absorb the grace and elegance of historic plantation houses, play golf on championship courses, take a ride, go deep sea fishing or board the Atlantis submarine. Dine on the freshest, most delicate local seafood washed down with a locally brewed beer or Mount Gay rum cocktails
Flying time: 8 hours
Currency: Barbados Dollar
Airlines British Airways from Gatwick and Virgin Airways from London Gatwick and Manchester
Time Zone – 4 hours
Barbados is a year round destination with temperatures averaging 24°C-30°C, usually tempered by the cooling trade winds. The winter months between January to April are the most popular months to visit, characterised by warm, generally dry days. Whilst the summer months between June and October tend to be hotter and more humid, with regular showers and the possibility of tropical storms. Visitors during these months will often benefit from quieter beaches and excellent offers at many hotels. School holiday periods are always busy, early booking is essential.