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Made famous by its blue-green waters, constant trade winds and incredible beaches, Barbados is an island destination that many enjoy. It's considered a… Read More »

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9 Timeshare Resorts in Barbados

Bougainvillea Beach Resort

Maxwell Coast Rd
Christ Church, Barbados

Bougainvillea Beach Resort

Crane Beach Resort

Crane
St. Philip, Barbados

Crane Beach Resort

Divi Heritage

Sunset Crest
St. James, Barbados

Divi Heritage

Divi Southwinds Beach and Racquet Club

St Lawrence Gap
Christ Church, Barbados

Divi Southwinds Beach and Racquet Club

Long Beach Club

Chancery Ln
Christ Church, Barbados

Long Beach Club

Rockley Plumtree Club

Golf Club Rd, Worthing
Christ Church, Barbados

Rockley Plumtree Club

Sand Acres Beach Club

Maxwell Coast Rd
Christ Church, Barbados

Sand Acres Beach Club

South Beach I Resort

Rockley Beach
Christ Church, Barbados

South Beach I Resort

Southwinds Beach and Racquet Club

St Lawrence
Christ Church, Barbados

Southwinds Beach and Racquet Club

Barbados A Gem Of The South Caribbean

Made famous by its blue-green waters, constant trade winds and incredible beaches, Barbados is an island destination that many enjoy. It's considered a surfer's paradise and a beachcomber's dream for a number of reasons. Located within the Lesser Antilles chain, Barbados delivers some 166-square-miles of island paradise for visitors to soak in, explore and enjoy.

The sights, sounds and warm tropical breezes, draw in tourists from all over the world. Its proximity to South America's Venezuela is only about 270 miles, making it a side trip for some and a destination all its own for others. Known not only for its wondrous landscapes, the island country of Barbados is also noted for having one of the world's highest standards of living and literacy rates.

Visitors to Barbados will find the country's landscape mostly flat due to its coral island nature. It does, however, offer some rolling hills, ridges and gullies. It is home to a variety of unusual flora and fauna. Its coral core is home to many underground caves and lakes.

Attractions that keep visitors coming to Barbados in steady streams are numerous. They include:

  • Ocean Park: This aquarium showcases underwater life unique to the region and even some creatures from all around the world. Ocean Park is noted for its outdoor gardens, mini-golf course and children's playground, as well.
  • Beaches: It's impossible to visit Barbados and not see a beach. This little island is home to dozens of them, including Bathsheba, which features the famous "Soup Bowl" surfers love. The trade winds keep the surfing action high here most of the time.
  • The Flower Forest: This attraction features roughly 50 acres of botanical life. Here visitors are as likely to see beautiful blossoms as they are birds, green monkeys and other glimpses of wildlife.
  • Orchid World: Offering one of the islands higher points at 810 feet, visitors to Orchid World will see more than 20,000 orchids on any given day of the year. The six-acre park offers a self-guided tour, complete with a waterfall, coral grotto and orchid house.
  • Water activities: Beyond the beaches, visitors will find Barbados is alive with water-related activities. From scuba diving and fishing to sailing and beyond, if it can be done in the water, it can be done in Barbados.
  • On the land: Visitors will find there is also more to see and do on land. The island is home to museums, craft centers, rum distilleries, a dotting of little towns and villages and even the site of George Washington's six-week stay on the island. From eco tours to art galleries, it is hard to run out of things to visit in Barbados
  • Special events: Barbados also plays host to a number of sporting events, festivals and cultural showcases. Festivals include a gospel festival, a jazz event and even a Celtic festival.

One of the southern Caribbean's most famous destinations, Barbados offers year-round sun, fun, and relaxation.