- Barbados All inclusive holidays
Barbados has a unique culture developed from a blend of European influences and from its original Carib population, who may have led to it being named 'The Bearded Ones' by its first international explorers in the 1500s. Today it still receives a large number of visitors from overseas, and especially from the European and British tourism markets, and those who take all-inclusive holidays to Barbados can expect a warm welcome in every sense of the word, with temperatures all year round in the low to mid-20°C, and summer highs in the low 30s.
Treks and wrecks
Dive the waters around the Barbados coast for the chance to see some spectacular shipwrecks, in amongst all of the aquatic life of the island's coral reefs. You don't have to be an experienced scuba diver, as snorkelling offers an alternative way to see beneath the water, but if you're confident with an oxygen tank on your back, you have much better options to explore wreck sites. On land, there's plenty to see as you walk around the island too, including several species of turtle, and the African green monkey, which stowed away on those early ships and is now found throughout the West Indies.
Exploring the depths
Even if you don't feel comfortable in scuba gear, Barbados has one more trick up its sleeve, as you might find you are able to book a place on a submarine tour. You'll see reefs, wrecks and the full range of sealife as you peer out from your fully submerged vessel some 150 feet below the water's surface. Not for the claustrophobic, but an unforgettable experience and a truly unique way to see the secrets of the sea for everybody else, and well worth adding to your all-inclusive package.
When should I travel all-inclusive?
As mentioned above, the climate in terms of temperature is steady all year round, with highs usually just above 30C and lows of 23C in summer and only slightly lower at 21C in winter. It may be easier to make your decision based on the annual rainfall patterns, and the dry season in this part of the world starts in December and lasts until May, making it an excellent option for all-inclusive winter breaks to enjoy the warm and dry Barbados weather. Rainfall increases from June to November, although the weather is often still much better than in the UK for the time of year.
Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Barbados?
The benefits of booking a cheap all-inclusive trip to Barbados become evident from the moment you arrive. When you don’t have to worry about all those little holiday details you can focus on the important things – unwinding and enjoying your holiday to the full. Each sun-drenched day on Barbados is yours to spend as you wish, snorkelling it’s beautifully clear waters, indulging in the fresh local produce or just taking it easy on the beach. With accommodation costs, meals and drinks already covered an all-inclusive package is your gateway to true relaxation.