• Barbados Stand Up Paddleboarding – SUP

    Barbados standup paddleboardingBarbados is renowned for its vast choice of Watersports which attracts millions of visitors across the World. The newest addition to the island is stand up paddleboarding – also referred to as SUP. Originating from Hawaii, globally it’s only become popular in the last ten years, emerging from the sport of surfing to travel longer distances. Using a paddle, whilst standing on a surfboard, you ‘paddle’ yourself across the surface of the water. It’s the fastest growing watersport across the planet and now a new found favourite with Barbados locals and tourists. Continue Reading

  • Barbados Catamaran Cruises

    There are so many things to do while you are enjoying you’re on holiday in Barbados but I can definitely recommend a luxury Barbados catamaran cruise.  Even if you’ve sailed before there is still nothing quite like it and the new 46’ catamaran Seaduced with its sensational crew is an experience not to be missed.  It’s a whole day of fun and relaxation. Continue Reading

  • Useful Information – General Travel Tips

    Barbados travel tipsENJOYING YOUR HOLIDAY
    You will be pleased to hear that violent crime is extremely rare in Barbados.  Opportunism is always a possibility so please take necessary care of your personal belongings whilst out and about and use the safe inside your rental property. Continue Reading

  • Useful Information – Barbados Arrival Procedures

    Barbados arrival proceduresBEFORE LANDING IN BARBADOS
    You will be required to complete an immigration card and customs declaration. Therefore, you may wish to keep your passport and flight details to hand during your flight, together with a note of your accommodation address, which is shown on your booking form. Continue Reading

  • Useful Information – Before Travelling to Barbados

    travelling to Barbados useful informationAll visitors to Barbados must have a passport and valid return ticket to be allowed entry. Passports must be valid for the duration of your stay in Barbados. Most countries do not require a visa to visit Barbados, so please check to see if one is required for your country.

    Remember to take your driving licence on holiday with you if you intend to hire a car while you are in Barbados.

    Make sure that your travel insurance covers the full period of your stay and gives adequate cover, particularly if you plan to indulge in any water sports during your holiday. Continue Reading