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With temperatures hovering in the high-twenties all year round, Barbados is a tropical haven for sun seekers. This Caribbean isle is home to palm-lined beaches, a vibrant culture and beautiful resorts. And, while there’s no right or wrong way to travel, an all-inclusive holiday in Barbados will certainly be relaxing. Not only does going all-inclusive save you time and stress, it also helps you stick to your budget. Once you’ve booked, there’s nothing left to pay for – so you can enjoy a hassle-free break, where everything is covered by one great-value price.

All-inclusive resorts pepper the numerous stunning beaches for which Barbados is so famous. There's no better way to spend your days than unwinding on your resort-reserved golden sands, and feasting on the hotel’s delicious food and drink whenever the mood takes you. Barbados all-inclusive holidays often include activities and watersports, too, so you’ll find plenty of things to do. And, when you want to discover more of Barbados’ charms, you can head out on a hotel-organised excursion, or do some exploring of you own.

Barbados has so much more to offer than white sands and, thanks to its petite size, the island is very easy to get around. You could head into the tropical heart of the isle on a wildlife safari, or take a boat trip and go snorkelling among coral reefs. To travel like a local, hop on one of the colourful Bajan buses and rumble across the island. You could visit the capital city, Bridgetown, which is teeming with colonial architecture, historical attractions – like the Chamberlain Bridge – and museums. There’s also a rum distillery, where you can learn all about Barbados’ national tipple.

Whether you’re travelling as a couple or a family, our all-inclusive Barbados holidays have something for you. Speak to our experts for tips and ideas, and let us tailor-make your Caribbean getaway.

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All-inclusive Barbados hotels

When you’re planning an all-inclusive holiday to Barbados, you’ll be spoiled for choice on where to stay. Couples should check out Sandals Barbados. Exclusively for adults, this five-star resort has more luxury inclusions than any other resort on the planet. You can look forward to extensive dining options – think Indian, Italian, Japanese and more – and seven stylish bars. All kinds of activities are covered, too, like snorkelling, kayaking and volleyball. You can even enjoy PADI®-certified scuba diving, without paying a penny extra.

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Taking the kids to Barbados? Check out Sea Breeze Beach House. This all-inclusive resort has a variety of activities, while the restaurants offer everything from rich buffets to made-to-order pizzas – ideal if you’re travelling with always-hungry teenagers. Plus, the Kids’ Club and Teen Lounge allow everyone to enjoy some time to themselves.

Crystal Cove is another family-friendly option for your all-inclusive trip to Barbados. Watersports are included here, so the kids can try something new for no extra cost. And the spacious suites have plenty of room for everyone to chill out after a busy day at the beach.

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Activities and excursions

The beaches in Barbados are the perfect place to unwind – but they also offer lots of activities. You can go for a swim in the warm waters, snorkel among bright corals, or try your hand at exciting watersports like kitesurfing and jet-skiing. You can even explore the Caribbean Sea without dipping your toes. Why not take a glass-bottomed boat out across the waters, in search of graceful turtles and colourful corals?

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While you could be forgiven for spending all your time on the beach, there’s a lot more to Barbados than sea and sand. Away from the sun-kissed beach resorts, the island boasts an amazing amount of diverse nature and wildlife. Spend an afternoon exploring underground limestone caverns at Harrison's Cave. Or go on a 4x4 tour to see the impressive Mount Hillaby – the highest point in Barbados – and weave through tangled jungles in the protected Welchman Hall Gully. If you're lucky, you might even spot a monkey or two.

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Discover Bridgetown

As well as being the capital of Barbados, Bridgetown is the island’s only city. Old meets new in this place, where duty-free shopping and lively markets rub shoulders with historical sites and colonial buildings. Even if your all-inclusive resort isn't in Bridgetown, a trip here should definitely be on your agenda.

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A tour of the Mount Gay Rum Distillery is a must-do. You can find out how the Caribbean’s favourite spirit is made, and try your mixologist skills in a cocktail class at the end of the tour. Alternatively, the Barbados Museum gives a rich insight into the country's history, with information about the indigenous culture, the settlement of Europeans, and the present-day population. You could also take a tour around the neo-Gothic parliament building. And, of course, cricket fans must visit the prestigious Kensington Oval to watch a match.

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Best time to visit Barbados

If you’re thinking about booking an all-inclusive holiday to Barbados, December to early April is the best time to go. During these months, the weather is dry and temperatures float around 30°C, providing ideal conditions for sunbathing on the beach, swimming  in the pool, and taking part in a range of watersports. But, as you might expect, this is also Barbados’ busiest time, as visitors flock from Europe and America in search of some winter sun.

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If you’re looking to combine affordable accommodation with good weather, you could consider going to Barbados in the shoulder season. In May, June and November, average daytime temperatures are still in the high twenties, but the beaches are much quieter. It’s best to avoid going between July and October, as this is hurricane season in Barbados.

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Best hotels

All-inclusive Barbados hotels

When you’re planning an all-inclusive holiday to Barbados, you’ll be spoiled for choice on where to stay. Couples should check out Sandals Barbados. Exclusively for adults, this five-star resort has more luxury inclusions than any other resort on the planet. You can look forward to extensive dining options – think Indian, Italian, Japanese and more – and seven stylish bars. All kinds of activities are covered, too, like snorkelling, kayaking and volleyball. You can even enjoy PADI®-certified scuba diving, without paying a penny extra.

Show More
Show Less

Taking the kids to Barbados? Check out Sea Breeze Beach House. This all-inclusive resort has a variety of activities, while the restaurants offer everything from rich buffets to made-to-order pizzas – ideal if you’re travelling with always-hungry teenagers. Plus, the Kids’ Club and Teen Lounge allow everyone to enjoy some time to themselves.

Crystal Cove is another family-friendly option for your all-inclusive trip to Barbados. Watersports are included here, so the kids can try something new for no extra cost. And the spacious suites have plenty of room for everyone to chill out after a busy day at the beach.

Show More
Show Less

Adventures

Activities and excursions

The beaches in Barbados are the perfect place to unwind – but they also offer lots of activities. You can go for a swim in the warm waters, snorkel among bright corals, or try your hand at exciting watersports like kitesurfing and jet-skiing. You can even explore the Caribbean Sea without dipping your toes. Why not take a glass-bottomed boat out across the waters, in search of graceful turtles and colourful corals?

Show More
Show Less

While you could be forgiven for spending all your time on the beach, there’s a lot more to Barbados than sea and sand. Away from the sun-kissed beach resorts, the island boasts an amazing amount of diverse nature and wildlife. Spend an afternoon exploring underground limestone caverns at Harrison's Cave. Or go on a 4x4 tour to see the impressive Mount Hillaby – the highest point in Barbados – and weave through tangled jungles in the protected Welchman Hall Gully. If you're lucky, you might even spot a monkey or two.

Show More
Show Less

Bridgetown

Discover Bridgetown

As well as being the capital of Barbados, Bridgetown is the island’s only city. Old meets new in this place, where duty-free shopping and lively markets rub shoulders with historical sites and colonial buildings. Even if your all-inclusive resort isn't in Bridgetown, a trip here should definitely be on your agenda.

Show More
Show Less

A tour of the Mount Gay Rum Distillery is a must-do. You can find out how the Caribbean’s favourite spirit is made, and try your mixologist skills in a cocktail class at the end of the tour. Alternatively, the Barbados Museum gives a rich insight into the country's history, with information about the indigenous culture, the settlement of Europeans, and the present-day population. You could also take a tour around the neo-Gothic parliament building. And, of course, cricket fans must visit the prestigious Kensington Oval to watch a match.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Barbados

If you’re thinking about booking an all-inclusive holiday to Barbados, December to early April is the best time to go. During these months, the weather is dry and temperatures float around 30°C, providing ideal conditions for sunbathing on the beach, swimming  in the pool, and taking part in a range of watersports. But, as you might expect, this is also Barbados’ busiest time, as visitors flock from Europe and America in search of some winter sun.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re looking to combine affordable accommodation with good weather, you could consider going to Barbados in the shoulder season. In May, June and November, average daytime temperatures are still in the high twenties, but the beaches are much quieter. It’s best to avoid going between July and October, as this is hurricane season in Barbados.

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Show Less

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