Latest Barbados News
Throughout the early months of 2015 and into the summer, beaches in Barbados, the Caribbean and Mexico were affected by the presence of excessive amounts of Sargassum seaweed.
The Caribbean Airlines’ fall schedule (effective September 10th 2015) sees an increase in flights from Trinidad to Barbados.
We’re thrilled that a number of amazing Barbados activities were winners in the 2015 Viator Travel Awards: Caribbean Edition!
Everyone loves to get something for free 🙂 Here’s how to enjoy these amazing free Barbados activities…
August 19th 2015 – Bridgetown, Barbados – As the Caribbean and specifically Barbados battles the Sargassum problem that has plagued them with increasing frequency and magnitude over the past three years, Atlantis Submarines Barbados has so far escaped the onslaught. There is a perception that there is seaweed everywhere but nothing can be further from […]
Barbados wins Best Destination in many categories as Telegraph Travel readers voted for their favourite destinations and hotels.
Good news for Scottish travelers: this winter Thomas Cook will offer weekly flights from Glasgow Airport to Barbados!
Starting in November 2015, JetBlue will be offering direct flights from Boston to Barbados!
Starting in November 2015, JetBlue will be offering travelers from New York to Barbados the opportunity to upgrade to the Mint experience!
St. Nicholas Abbey, the last standing Jacobean Sugar Plantation in the world, is now a formal part of the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia promotion for independent holidays. The promo is a project of the BTE, TravelersInsights magazine and the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia.