Authentic Barbados Holidays


Barbados, the birthplace of rum’, is the most easterly of the Caribbean island chain and one of the region’s most popular tourist destinations. Also known as ‘Little England’, the island is truly rich in everything it offers – lush and rugged interior, scattered with colourful villages, tropical gardens, grand plantation houses and sugar cane fields.

In addition, its fantastically diverse history, year-round calendar of festivals and sporting events and welcoming people all combine to offer a myriad of reasons to visit the island.

Authentic Barbados Holidays

Authentic Barbados holidays mean variety – getting under the skin of the island which offers so much more than white pristine beaches. For the nature lovers, it’s about the hiking trails, Barbados walking tours and visits to private gardens; to the heritage-buffs, visits to historic Jacobean plantations and synagogues would be a must; to the foodie, the Oistins weekly fish fry, the annual Food, Wine & rum festival and private culinary experiences would be a highlight, to the sports-enthusiasts, polo, cricket festivals, horse racing afternoons, Golf Opens and triathlon events are not to be missed.   This is Barbados – Long Live Life…

Enjoy Barbados


Food & Rum Holiday

Immerse in the flavours and smells of rum and culinary experiences.


Walking Holiday

Explore nature trails and historic gems step-by-step.


The Trails of Barbados

Connect to Barbados with food, rum, heritage, culture and nature.

Useful Information on Barbados


GMT: -4 Hours

Capital: Bridgetown

Currency: Barbados dollars $1.98 = US$1 (fixed rate)

Getting to Barbados

Getting there: Daily from London Gatwick on British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
Weekly from Manchester on Virgin Atlantic.