Barbados is an eastern Caribbean island and an independent British Commonwealth nation. Bridgetown, the capital, is a cruise-ship port with colonial buildings and Nidhe Israel, a synagogue founded in 1654. Around the island are beaches, botanical gardens, the Harrison’s Cave formation, and 17th-century plantation houses like St. Nicholas Abbey. Local traditions include afternoon tea and cricket, the national sport.
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Barbados travel – Lonely Planet

“While it's justifiably famed for its fantastic beaches, Barbados is an island that has it all. In addition to fine powdery sand and brilliant turquoise bays, you'll find smashing nightlife, a Unesco World Heritage–listed capital, a beautiful interior dotted with gardens, and wild surf on the lonely east coast, all inhabited by a proud …”
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Barbados 2018: Best of Barbados Tourism – TripAdvisor

Barbados Tourism: TripAdvisor has 225346 reviews of Barbados Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Barbados resource.”
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Visit Barbados – The Official Barbados Tourism Guide

Barbados Tourist Board can give you everything you need for a perfect holiday, including how to get here, where to stay, what to do and how to enjoy this fabulous island.”
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All About Barbados – Barbados Travel Information, Travel Tips …

“Official Website of the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia. Government, natural heritage, beaches, nude bathing, documents and visas, passports, weddings, honeymoons. with links to the barbados tourism encyclopedia: Where to stay, Eat, Shop, Things to Do and See, Things to Know. The Island Explorer with Maps of …”
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Barbados Travel Guide | Fodor's Travel

“Although tourism is the island's number one industry, the island has a sophisticated business community and stable government; so life here doesn't skip a beat once passengers return to the ship. Barbados is the most "British" island in the Caribbean.”
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Barbados – The Telegraph

“The official hurricane season for the region runs from June to November, with most major storms occurring August to October. However, Barbados' easterly position in the Caribbean means that it normally escapes direct hits. Nonetheless, if you travel in the late summer or autumn, you do increase the risk of coinciding with …”
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Barbados Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure

Barbados is one of the most developed and popular islands in the Caribbean. Though the Spanish discovered it, it would later become a British colony and still has many cultural remnants from their rule today. … Barbados travel definitely won't disappoint a traveler looking for an adventure or simply a peaceful escape.”
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Barbados holiday guide: the best beaches, restaurants, bars and …

“25 Mar 2017 You don't need a pop star's budget to enjoy the palm trees and 'sunny Caribbean sea' of this popular island. Genie Austin reveals her homeland's best beaches, cheap eats, rum shops and typically tropical activities.”
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Barbados – Wikitravel

Travel Warning. NOTE: The CDC has identified Barbados as an affected area of the Zika outbreak. Pregnant women are advised to be cautious as the virus can lead to birth defects. Adults affected by the virus experience fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes) typically lasting a week. You can learn more by …”
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Barbados Travel Guide | U.S. News Travel

“Guide to the best hotels and things to do in Barbados. Maps, travel tips and more.”
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