Would they be any issues leaving the USA to Barbados for a vacation on a one way ticket..it is cheaper...
What do I wear on Christmas day?
We will be arriving at the port in Bridgetown and are renting a car. Can you please give me suggested driving itineries that will maximize our time on the island. Ideally, we would like to tour as much of the island as possible in a short period of time, our boat is docked from 8 am to 5 pm. We want to experience all that Barbados has to offer. Also, could you include driving times if possible so I'll know how much time to allot to each vista point. Thank you so much!
I will be visiting Barbados with 2 girlfriends next March. We are looking for accommodation and the areas outside st Lawrence gap seem to have more affordable holiday rentals. Would it be safe for us (3 girls early 20s) to take a taxi from st Lawrence gap to say enterprise in the early hours of the morning after a night out or would it be safer for us to just stay in st Lawrence gap?
Any suggestions for local food or must see sites?
Hello, Everyone! We are looking for accommodations in Barbados for 4 adults.
We thought apartment rentals or self-catered apartments would be the most budget and best value option. However, we're open to hotel suggestions, or any other living arrangement suggestions. We were hopting to spend between $100 to $150 per night.
Any suggestions on areas to stay in? I've read that The Gap is a suggestion. We're pretty active, love activity (ie. hiking, exploring, nightlife, ecotourism), etc., and also enjoy the beach and relaxation.
I presume that the island is small enough to get around that it would make the most sense to stay in one place for the week, and drive to the various parts of the island to check it out.
Thanks in advance!
My boyfriend and I are planning on travelling to Barbados from Vancouver, Canada for X-mas this year. Unfortunately, we're travelling with a Cuban passport so there are a lot of restrictions on where we can and cannot fly in and out of (ie. United States is a no go to transit in and out of, let alone travel to, and there are very few countries we can travel freely to in the world). With these restrictions, we're trying ot brainstorm on places to travel to after we visit Barbados for another week.
We don't even have to travel to Barbados, but we need to go somewhere Cubans can travel to without onerous visa restrictions (which Barbados is one country). We already know that Turks and Caicos, and any other British or American colony is an absolute no. We've already been to Antigua, so that's not really a choice. If anyone has a suggestion for a Caribbean country or another country close to Cuba, that would be most appreciated!
For the second part of the leg, we thought Costa Rica might be an option, but it seems like a one way flight from Barbados is exhorbitantly expensive (at $900 per flight). Can anyone suggest a budget airline to check (we were only able to check on Expedia), or even another destination to travel to that would make sense from Barbados? We are a bit less restricted, but going through the United States is still not an option.
Thank you in advance! I know these are tough questions :)
How many days do you suggest I should plan for Barbados ? (I am also going to St. Lucia and St Vincent & the grenadines, so I am planning my 12 day stay on these islands)
So for Barbados, should I leave 2,3, or 4 days ? Any short itenery you suggest? THANKS in advance
How to get from Bridgetown to Crane Beach by public transport ? And back ?
Hi, my husband and I are going to Barbados in July-August and staying in Enterprise. We'll be travelling with our 5-month-old daughter and are seriously debating whether to hire a car or not. We are staying in an apartment... Pros and cons are welcome! Thank you
going to be there the first couple of weeks of september, whats on?
Would like a hotel perfect for my sister and I we are celebrating her 60th birthday and I would like to take her to a suitable Barbados hotel.
Hey Guys! My name is Sophie, I have been to Barbados twice before -once alone for a trip (Unfortunately my friends can't really come due to costs of the trip) but I really love the place and I was lucky to meet some great people out there last time and did some great adventure tours.
Always wanted to go to Crop Over so I am going this year also, I was wondering if anyone else would be out there who wouldn't mind me joining them for the Carnival and parties!
I'm 20, Friendly, Easy going...
Anyways, Please let me know :D
I am going to Barbados with my parents in December is any one going at that time
Has anyone know of any discount codes for Barbados hotels preferably for The Tamarind Cove.
I will be visiting Barbados in early February for the first. How much should I expect to pay for transportation from the airport to the Maxwell area, which I estimate is not too far from St. Lawrence Gap? All info will be much appreciated.
Thinking of going to Barbados this year. What I would like know is what the general cost of holidaying within the resorts. . Is the general economy similar to the UK in terms of average cost of eating out and shopping & getting about etc etc, or is it generally more or less expensive then England.
I am travelling with my girlfriend to Barbados for 7 days at the beginning of April. Our current itinerary is shown below and was wondering if we are seeing the best parts of Barbados in that time:
3 nights in St Peter or St Michael. Including a visit to East Coast
1 Night in Bridgetown. Including trip on Jolly Roger Boat
3 nights in St Lawrence Gap. Including hiking on Mount Hillaby and visit to Crane Beach
Also do you know best way to travel around Barbados?
Finally where is it best to stay in Barbados – looking for 4 star hotels?
I am landing in Barbados next week and I am looking for fun tours to do. I saw a tour advertised that has a treasure hunt and it is free. Has anyone here tried the Attendantz tour? Thanks for your help
We are from Canada and plan to travel to Barbados in May 1 - 7. It will be a trip to relax and enjoy the beaches, tours to the local towns etc. Pretty much to get away from the city life. We haven't pick an area yet and would like some info.
1) Which is a good/baby friendly area to stay?
2) Suggestion to Hotel/Apartment with a kitchen and/or with daycare facility? (The reason is to make meals, warm up milk for the baby etc)
3) Should we rent a car or using taxi/public transportation
4) Any suggestions of activities?
Has anyone used Drive Barbados for car hire? They have quite reasonable rates but can't find any reviews anywhere and aren't listed on any websites - just a bit concerned whether they're a scam?
hi, can you please tell me which bus to take from Bridgetown to Harrison cave and the location in Birdgetown to catch it? After the cave, can I walk from Harrison cave to the Welchman Hall Gully, or is there another bus to take?
On the return trip, do I just walk the reverse bus on opposite side of the road?
How long is the waiting time? I am visiting from cruise ship from 8-5pm. Thanks very much
How much should a taxi fare cost from the Bridgetown cruise terminal to Womans Bay?
My husband and I will be returning to Barbados this December for the second time and can't wait. I came across a map a while back which had video's on it of the beaches - does anyone know its address? We are planning to stay for 2 weeks and spend a week exploring the sites and a week learning to scuba.
We will be in Barbados by cruise ship on Dec 2,2011. We would like to hire a driver for the day. I can't find direct references or cost for a driver or find who to contact. Anyone have names/numbers of folks with good references.
We are looking for a AI hotel where we can go swimming and snorkling with the Turtles, We are a couple in our mid 60's and we like snorkling and is on my wish list is to swim with them. We also like doing a bit of sightseeing I have a look at a various ones but can't decide which would be the best I was told that the south/west is best, I have had a look at Turtle Beach Crystal Cove, Mango Bay, Waves. We are staying at the Hawkesbill in Antigua for a week first before going on to Barbados So if any one can advise I would appreciate it.
I won two round-trip tickets to anywhere in North America/The Carribean and I think I may bring my brother to Barbados. I'm 29, he's 27. We're from Montreal so we're used to a pretty good nightlife, and I was wondering if there is enough of that to last us a week (I really am not too familiar with the island). Also, I'd love to rent a car and explore the island, how many days would it take, approximately, to cover the entire thing? I've driven on the left before (in Bermuda, Jamaica and Australia) so no problems there. Are there a lot of opportunities to hike? We're not huge fans of surfing or diving so we'd be staying on the mainland mostly.
Should we rent a car in Barbados?
Will be in Barbados for the day from the cruise ship. Can anyone tell me if I can purchase Sangster's Rum Cream in Bridgetown? I got my original supply while in Jamaica but have run out and NEED some more. If I can purchase, can you please tell me where?
Hi, Does anyone know the name of the person who runs this bar?