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Barbados Family Holidays 2021/2022

The island of Barbados has been a favourite with us Brits for decades and remains one of the most family-friendly destinations in the Caribbean today. Every resort we sell has bags of experience when it comes to welcoming families to their plantinum-blonde beaches and palm-flecked gardens and the warm welcome you'll receive from their staff is unrivalled.

We think it's impossible for children to get bored on a Barbados family holiday. A bold statement we know, but for starters the kids' clubs are packed with arts and crafts, beach games and organised movie nights that will keep young imaginations busy. Beyond the resorts, the island itself is similarly loaded with fun things to do for both young and the young at heart. Kids are bound to be fascinated by the tangle of British history that remains here, while there are plenty of undiscovered nooks and crannies to explore on a luxury holiday in Barbados, not least in the 1.5 mile-long Harrison's Cave (although we wouldn't recommend you letting them stray too far in there).

Elsewhere, the lush scenery makes for lovely family hikes, while the water sports you can enjoy are effectively endless. And after all that, the parent's can take advantage of the resort's babysitting service and escape to one of Barbados' fine rum distilleries. There are often plenty of excellent Barbados family holiday deals to sweeten your escape, even around popular times including Christmas and Easter.

 

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Barbados Family Holiday FAQ

Where is Barbados located?
 

Barbados is in the Lesser Antilles region of the Caribbean, with its nearest neighbours being St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Saint Lucia.

How long is the flight to Barbados from the UK?
 

The flight time from London to Bridgetown is from around nine hours.

Is Barbados safe for children?
 

Absolutely! It's one of the safest islands in the Caribbean for a family holiday and has an excellent selection of resorts and activities to do.

What is there to do in Barbados with kids?
 

Children won't be bored in Barbados, that's for sure. Every resort has a kids' club packed with activities like beach walks, arts and crafts and a wealth of water sports to enjoy. Outside of the resorts, kids will surely love exploring the 1.5-mile-long caverns of Harrison's Cave, spotting the many green monkeys while taking to one of the island's wild hiking trails or soaking up the fascinating British history, especially in the capital Bridgetown.

What are the best family-friendly resorts in Barbados?
 

There are lots of resorts in Barbados which have decades of experience being some of the best family-friendly options in the Caribbean. For starters, we love Fairmont Royal Pavilion, Cobblers Cove and Coral Reef Club.

Does my family need a visa to visit Barbados?
 

If the members of your family are all British passport holders, they won't need visas to visit Barbados.

What currency is used in Barbados?
 

The Barbadian dollar is the currency of Barbados, although US dollars are readily accepted in most places.

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