Also known as "The Pearl of the Caribbean," Barbados is an ancient coral reef that formed over one million years ago. Its exotic stretches of powder white sand beaches, luxurious resorts and thriving nightlight make this destination a very desirable place to visit. Swim, snorkel or scuba dive in a 20-mile stretch of soft coral and underground caverns swimming with marine life. Dry off on land and explore the limestone hills and vast plantations of Central Barbados. Or, discover the natural wonder of crystallized, limestone walls and deep pools of crystal clear water found in Harrison's Cave.Time Zone: UTC -4 hoursOfficial Language: EnglishSecond Language: Hindi and BhoipuriCurrency: Barbadian DollarEntry Requirements: Valid passport and return ticketDriving: Authorized car rental companies can issue you a license when you provide a valid driver's licenseBest Times to Visit: November to May
Stay at one of the many all-inclusive Barbados honeymoon resorts and enjoy a romantic honeymoon suite with breathtaking views and luxury amenities. On the grounds, you'll find gourmet food, tropical concoctions, upbeat entertainment and an endless supply of land and water activities. Bridgetown, Hastings, Holetown and Worthing are some of the most popular places to stay on the island.
Destination Weddings in Barbados
Barbados has a great mix of outdoor and indoor wedding venues. Get married in an elegant church or in the lush setting of a plantation home. Sail off into the sparkling sunset or hear the nature sounds of paradise as you walk down an aisle of soft, sugar white sand. No matter what option you choose, your wedding will feel like a fairytale.
Climate & Weather
Barbados is a tropical Caribbean climate with over 340 days of sunshine a year. From January to June, daytime highs average around 75° to 85° F with slightly cooler evenings. Hurricane season lasts from June to October, but the island usually stays out of their path. During this time, you can expect quick showers and remarkable tropical rainstorms.