Yes it does rain in Barbados. The rainy season in our lovely isle is from June 1 until November 1 and during that time (Hurricane season) we can be subjected to fierce thunderstorms. If you see the clouds coming don’t leave home without your...
The most easterly of the Caribbean Islands, Barbados is located at 13.10 N and 59.3 W. It was originally called "Los Barbados" after either the formerly ubiquitous bearded fig tree or the "Bearded Ones" whom legend has it peopled it...
There is the usual white, sandy beaches; bright, sunny days; balmy night breezes but there is so much more to enjoy and experience in Barbados.
We invite all our visiting friends, and those who are contemplating visiting our beautiful isle, to take a peek at some of what we have to offer. Youll be amazed at what you will find in this 166-square-mile gem that is gently washed by the Caribbean Sea on one coastline and buffeted by the mighty waves of the Atlantic Ocean on another.
Barbados has a rich history that is shaped by centuries of sugar cane cultivation and production, and influenced by the heritage of its British settlers and African slaves that worked the land.
And as... Read More >>
Apartments for short-term rentals are always available. Apartment hotels, with their own kitchenettes, are also an option and many of these establishments can be found on both the South and West Coast... Read More >>
Although English is our official language in Barbados, you will hear a very distinctive "Bajan" dialect spoken among Barbadians.
This Bajan dialect is rich in the heritage of both our African and... Read More >>