Barbados Private Jet Charter Flights and Jet Hire Barbados
Located in the Atlantic Ocean just on the eastern edge of the Caribbean, Barbados is home to white beaches and lush gardens, however, the one thing that probably stands out the most is the easy going attitude of its residents. While the island does have a tortured history of slavery, it has moved beyond that aspect and become one of the most developed countries in the Americas. As a tourist Mecca, Barbados is high on most travel websites as a “go to” destination and as such, they offer many amazing vacation deals.
The Caribbean climate, with its year-round warmth, makes it a great destination almost any time of year. Generally, most people travel to Barbados during the colder months in the northern hemisphere, private jet charter flights to Barbados are hard to find from December through April. From May through November, travel deals are much more abundant and you’ll benefit from researching the various travel sites.
How to get there
If you're flying into Barbados, you'll be greeted by the Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI), which is approximately eight miles from Bridgetown. Once you’re on the island, rental car deals can be found at any of the Airports rental areas. Keep in mind that airline ticket prices are dictated by demand, so going during the off season is preferable. A second option is on a cruise ship and if you’re only stopping in Barbados for less than 24-hours, you won’t need a passport.
Where to stay
Places that feature cheap hotel rooms in Barbados arent actually hotels. The Best E. Villas Green Ridge Prospect, St. James, are fully furnished, apartment-style villas that feature modern, self-service conveniences at an affordable price. If you're looking for hotel deals that are more in the mid-range, Bougainvillea Beach Resort Maxwell Coast Road, Christ Church, is an oceanfront resort that sits on the southern coast of Barbados roughly five miles from Bridgetown and Grantley Adams International Airport. When only the best will do, Crane Vista Crane Beach, St Philip, is the only choice. Featuring four very private, luxurious suites, the Crane staff is able to cater directly to their visitor's every need.
What to do
Barbados is an island that is packed with fun things to do for individuals, couples and families. Many of the top travel deals that travel agencies offer will include discounts on many of the available attractions. For anyone interested in the undersea world, Atlantis Submarines are an experience of a lifetime. This submarine attraction features tours 150 feet below the ocean’s surface where you can view sunken ships, amazing coral reefs and gardens and gorgeous tropical marine life. For an evening out with that special someone, the Bajan Roots and Rhythms Dinner Show is a must see event held every Wednesday and Friday evening at the Plantation Theatre. The show features an authentic Bajan buffet and a cabaret stage show that entices viewers with bits of the Barbados culture and history. For true history buffs, plantation tours of the islands many sugar plantations can be arranged through a travel agency or at any number of tour businesses on the island. These tours feature an in-depth look at the Barbadian culture and its history.
Where to eat
Barbados is a land of culinary delight and as such, its easy to find a place to eat around nearly every corner. One of the best places to find an extraordinary meal is at The Restaurant at Southsea (St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church). Considered one of the top 66 restaurants in the world by the Conde Nast Traveler, The Southsea features creative dishes from an international menu. If you're in the mood for Asian inspired cuisine, Tamnak Thai and Apsara restaurant (Morecambe House Worthing, Christ Church) features authentic Indian and Thai cuisine in a lavishly appointed building that features landscaped gardens. Nearly everyone loves Italian food and Luigis Restaurant (Dover, Christ Church) offers traditional, scratch-made dishes featuring imported Italian meats and an extensive wine list.