Holidays to Barbados
CULTURE CLIMATE CUISINE
Culture – it’s simply ‘laid-back’! To the point of horizontal! If you are looking for somewhere to relax then look no further. Rum Punches on every corner and exhilarating taxi rides with ‘jump in’ passing mini buses. The island is totally geared towards soaking up the sun and warm Caribbean sea. White sandy beaches by day are complimented by partying all night down on the south coast around St. Lawrence Gap. If you prefer a quieter location then head up on to the west, platinum coast, north of the capital Bridgetown.
Climate – is totally tropical with a drier season between January – early June. Day time average temperatures of 30 degrees.
Cuisine – is international. Clearly a local Bajan twist with plenty of seafood but generally a strong anglo/american theme prevalent in most restaurants. Lots of roadside fish fries available including the famous Friday night Fish Fry at Oistens. Take a walk along the Boardwalk from Rockley Beach towards Bridgetown for a selection of simple and sophisticated dining opportunities.