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At twenty-one miles in length and fourteen miles in width, Barbados is a small coral island in the Lesser Antilles in the Atlantic ocean that benefits by being just outside the main hurricane belt. Although it does not lie in the Caribbean Sea, for the purposes of tourism, it is classed as one of the Caribbean Islands. It is a fairly flat island, with some of the best beaches in the area. Swaying palms, warm water gently lapping the beach, fine sand glistening in the sunshine, all await you in whichever resort you choose. The west coast of the island is sheltered from the rolling Atlantic waves and it is here that most tourists head. If surfing is your passion, choose the east coast for heavy, rolling, Atlantic waves.
Barbados holiday bargains are in great demand and it isn't hard to see why. After an eight and a half hour flight, you leave the plane at the Grantley Adams International Airport and enter a tropical island that exudes an air of tranquillity. The warmth and friendliness of the locals are remarkable and the standards of both accommodation and service are excellent. When booking your accommodation, do compare the prices of the all inclusive holidays as they very often provide great value, particularly when travelling with youngsters. Nightlife can be as lively or as relaxed as you wish as there are venues to suit all moods. There are ample shops, boutiques and markets for your holiday shopping, your gifts and souvenirs. Barbados eating caters for all as its restaurants serve everything from traditional fare to fast food and international cuisine. You can taste the influences on local food in the African and Indian spices that are used.
Barbados has a wet and a dry season. The wet season is from June until the end of October. Although it has a tropical monsoon climate, temperatures remain at a pleasant thirty throughout the year as moderate breezes temper the heat. Those who enjoy the water will be pleased to hear that the air and sea temperatures are almost the same. No shock to the system when you enter Barbados's waters! The range of water sports is comprehensive and diving is particularly popular. The huge reef with its myriads of tropical fish is a fine sight, and there are also several wrecks to explore. On land, you can explore the caves, play mini golf, take a zip wire ride through the forest, or visit the colonial towns.
If you want a guarantee of sunshine at any time of year, a tropical island with fabled beaches, great hotels and restaurants, a Barbados holiday may be just the ticket. Since the flight takes over eight hours, it is not going to be a cheap holiday. Obviously, a sunny break in Europe will be cheaper, but if you are set on a holiday in the Caribbean, Cheekytrip will be able to find you a good deal. As a price comparison site we have the best offers from more than three dozen travel companies all of whom are competing for your booking. Simply enter your destination, your point of departure and your dates and within a matter of seconds, we'll show you the Barbados holiday that costs the least. Make your choice and then make that call. Since offers change on a daily basis, you need to act swiftly to avoid disappointment.
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