Barbados Multi-Centre Holidays

Live your best life on a luxury holiday to Barbados, one of our favourite Caribbean islands! There’s only one thing that could improve a visit to this paradisiacal destination and that's by choosing a Barbados multi-centre holiday. Whether you want to kick start your trip exploring the bustling streets of New York en-route, or perhaps go island-hopping across the Caribbean, you can do so easily thanks to our packages.

A firm favourite of ours is to combine two fantastic Caribbean islands in one sumptuous beachside getaway with a twin-centre holiday in Barbados and Bequia, the second-largest of the Grenadine islands. It’s no doubt multi-centre holidays offer a little more, allowing you to experience multiple locations, with all transport and accommodation arranged for you.

You can expect nothing but the best from our choice of Barbados multi-centre holidays, selected with care by our Caribbean travel experts. The holiday packages below include all flights and accommodations so you can get away with ease. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Then ask us to put together a combination to suit you.

Barbados Holidays Travel Information

Travelling to Barbados? Find top tips for making your holiday to Barbados the best it can be with our handy Barbados Travel Guide.

Flights are available from Manchester, Glasgow, and London to Barbados.

American Airlines, Jet Blue and United also fly in-direct to Barbados via the United States, which allow the option of spending some nights in New York or Miami before Jetting to Barbados.

There are also daily inter-Caribbean flights that are operated for the purpose of island hopping and experiencing more than one Island on your holiday.

  • Flying to Barbados from the UK: Non-stop flights leave various UK airports daily to Barbados.
  • Flight time from the UK: 8-9 hours
  • Barbados Currency: Barbadian Dollar, The USA Dollar is widely accepted.
  • Time difference: GMT +5
  • Do you need a Visa for Barbados: No
  • Language in Barbados: English
  • Barbados National drink: Rum cocktails
  • Barbados National dish: Cou-cou with flying fish

All travellers need to complete Online Immigration and custom forms prior to arrival, which can be viewed here.

Barbados Weather

On average each year, the daily high temperature is 30 degrees / 86 Fahrenheit. With an average rainfall of less than 14 inch and 3000 hours of annual sunshine, Barbados is perfect to visit any time of the year.

The Dry Season is between November and April when the temperatures are cooler, and less rain is expected.

The Wet season is between May – October when the days are likely to be warmer and when rainfall is expected to be higher. The rainfall could last seconds or minutes.

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Things To Do On A Barbados Holiday


What is the best time of year to visit Barbados?

The perfect time to visit Barbados depends on what you're looking for in a tropical getaway. With an average temperature of 27°C year-round, it's suitable for travel at any time. For the best weather and to avoid rainy season, book your Barbados holiday between December and April. Although if you don't mind occasional showers and prefer fewer crowds, consider visiting from June to November.

Does Barbados have a nightlife?

Barbados offers an energetic and vibrant nightlife that suits every holidaymaker's taste. From beachside bars offering the freshest seafood and rum-based cocktails, to nightclubs echoing with the hypnotic beats of calypso and reggae, Barbados has something for everyone.

What are the best activities to do in Barbados?

Barbados boasts pristine beaches with crystal clear waters, perfect for scuba diving, surfing, or sailing. If you're looking for land-based adventures, hiking through the island's lush landscapes or exploring the vibrant streets of Bridgetown are must-dos on your Barbados holiday. Don't miss the chance to indulge in the island's rich history and culture by visiting its many museums, architectural wonders, and local markets.

How do I prepare for a holiday to Barbados?

First, research about local customs, traditions, and weather for Barbados. Understanding these will allow you to pack appropriately, ensuring you have the right attire for both exploration and relaxation. Currency is another consideration; while most places accept international credit and debit cards, it's handy to have some local currency for smaller vendors. Lastly, don't forget to check travel advisories regarding health, safety, and travel requirements.

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