The latest news from our favourite island...
A song of hope and inspiration as the island recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic and celebrates its frontline workers and volunteers.
On this World Environment Day we celebrate some of the natural beauty of our Barbados including the beaches, tropical flowers, gullies, and caves.
If the global pandemic caused you to cancel or postpone your trip to Barbados, you may be suffering from vacation deprivation. Luckily, I’ve found some exciting ways for you to virtually travel to the island without setting foot on a plane or boat (no swimming needed either!).
Barbados is emerging from the strict coronavirus lockdown starting on May 4th.
Cruise ship captain Boris Becker of the AIDAperla expresses his thanks to Barbados for hospitality shown by the island.
Sandals, the leading all-inclusive chain in the Caribbean, has launched 360° virtual tours of several of their resorts including Sandals Royal Barbados.
Join Jamie and Skylar as they explore Barbados in search of the perfect beach. Their journey takes them around the island to 8 beaches including popular spots such as Bathsheba, Crane, and Carlisle Bay.
Two major Barbados festivals - Crop Over and NIFCA - have been cancelled for 2020 in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on international travel.
As schools closed and the learning experience was disrupted, parents and teachers headed online to keep children engaged, entertained and educated. Thankfully there is an abundance of amazing content just a few clicks away!
Visit the Government Information Service for official news from the Barbados Government.