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Barbados

from €1359 per person
If you and your significant other are planning a special vacation then Barbados is the perfect choice.

You can find something to suit all tastes and budgets on this little piece of Caribbean heaven.

The region is renowned for its beaches and Barbados has some of the best in the world, there are also excellent opportunities to surf, dive and snorkel, but some of the best fun is to be had away from the sand.

Explore the capital Bridgetown where you can wander down Baxter's Road and grab some lunch and a cold beer, visit the Barbados Museum & Historical Society and check out National Heroes Square.

Or you can hike in the verdant and rolling central hills and see the vast plantation homes while enjoying some stunning scenery.

Staff Comment
Jennifer Mulligan Dreams La Romana offers everything you need from a Caribbean beach holiday. The arrangements, the decorations, the food, the service, the friendly staff were all top notch, much more than we could had ever imagined!

Jennifer Mulligan

Senior Travel Consultant
Offer Summary
  • Return Flights from Dublin including airport taxes
  • Airport transfers on arrival
  • Based on 2 people sharing
  • 7 nights accommodation staying at the 4* Boungainvillea Beach Resort on a Room Only Basis
  • Prices shown based on traveling Sept 2017 *other dates and durations applicable
  • Quote Reference Number 1487903
Hotels this offer applies to
Barbados
Bougainvillea Beach Resort

Room Only

Barbados
Tamarind by Elegant Hotels
Barbados (+€674)

Bed and Breakfast

Barbados
Crystal Cove by Elegant Hotels All Inclusive Resort
Barbados (+€1539)

All Inclusive

Staff Tips -
Audrey Joyce

Audrey Joyce
Senior Travel Consultant

  • Electricity in Barbados is 110 volts/50 cycles so make sure to pack your adaptor.
  • On your travels around Barbados you will find that US currency is accepted across the island, and most stores and restaurants accept major credit cards and travellers cheques.
Orlagh Hogan

Orlagh Hogan
Senior Travel Consultant

  • While Barbados is a fun holiday island, there are dress codes, and because of 300 years of conservative British heritage, formal attire is still seen at the dinner table as standard.
  • Bajans are, understandably, proud of their island. Tell them you think it is wonderful - it won't be a hardship - and they will smile even more.
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