Without question, Barbados is the "most British" island in the Caribbean. Afternoon tea is a ritual, cricket is the national pastime (a passion, most admit), and dressing for dinner is a firmly entrenched tradition. And yet, Barbados is hardly stuffy—this is still the Caribbean, after all. Rather, Barbados is a sophisticated tropical island with a rich history, lodgings to suit every taste and pocketbook, and plenty to pique your interest both day and night.
- Great Resorts They run the gamut—from unpretentious to knock-your-socks-off.
- Great Golf Tee off at some of the best championship courses in the Caribbean.
- Restaurants Galore Great food ranges from street-party barbecue to world-class dining.
- Wide Range of Activities Land and water sports, sightseeing options, and nightlife…there's always plenty to do.
- Welcoming Locals Bajans are friendly, welcoming, helpful, and hospitable. You'll like them; they'll like you.