The kings of Winter Sun, the Caribbean and the Canary Islands are sunny all year round. So which...Read
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Bridgetown, the UNESCO listed capital of the island, is a must-do excursion with its bustling harbour, extensive shopping and sightseeing opportunities and cultural gems, plus it’s also a major hub for cricket lovers.
Get wet and wild with some water sports. Windsurfing, jet-skiing and kayaking are all popular pastimes for those who like to get active in the water and you'll also have amazing opportunities to snorkel or scuba dive out to the stunning coral reefs.
Experience the vibrancy of Barbados at its best at the Friday Fish Fry in Oistins, where you can dine on the freshest catch of the day with locals, or when hitting the rum cocktails in the bars of St Lawrence Gap. There seems to be music, laughter and life at every turn in Barbados!
If you want to party, head to St Lawrence where the beach bars blare out hits till the early hours. Try some locally made rum and dance on the sand to the sound of a traditional steel drum band. If you’re after an exotic evening of Caribbean fun, you’ll find it here.
If you’re a nature lover, the Andromeda Botanic Gardens and Harrison's Cave are just two of the best natural wonders of Barbados. Stroll through flowers or explore underground, these two fantastic natural attractions will show you a softer side to Barbados.
To the south of Barbados you have Christ Church, with low key Maxwell and lively St Lawrence. To the west it's all about St James, which boasts one of the most stunning stretches of sand on the island - and that's saying something! On the beach, water sports are a fun way to take a break from your sun lounger. But away from the sea you have a fantastic combination of stunning architecture and breath-taking natural beauty. Of course, a big part of what makes Barbados stand out as a holiday destination is its larger than life personality. You're pretty much guaranteed sunshine whatever time of year you visit Barbados, with temperatures around 25-30 °C. Overall, Barbados is best as a winter/spring sunshine destination, providing the perfect sunny escape from the wind, rain and snow back home. A stunning setting, white sandy beaches, tropical weather and some of the best rum in the Caribbean, what's not to like? Book with thomascookairlines.com today!