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Endless stretches of powdery white sands and bright turquoise warm waters are waiting in Barbados; one of the most beautiful honeymoon destinations in the world.
Barbados is a paradise island that truly has it all, from the vibrant and glamorous west coast to the exclusivity and seclusion of the eastern shores. It’s now easier than ever to make Barbados your paradise honeymoon destination, thanks to flights to Barbados leaving the UK every day and a wealth of beautiful all-inclusive luxury hotels and resorts to choose from.
Escape to Barbados for you dream honeymoon and you’ll both relish the sumptuous sunny days and warm balmy nights that the island has to offer; Barbados weather is something else! Romantic beach dining, delicious cocktail tours and charming garden picnics are all waiting for you both, not to mention the exhilarating jet ski adventures and scuba diving experiences that adventurous couples can take advantage of; there’s plenty of things to do in Barbados as well.
Check out some of our top honeymoon-in-barbados honeymoon itineraries below, we have something to suit everyone; from overwater villas through to secluded beach bungalows and twin trips to destinations like Sri Lanka!
If the idea of perfectly powdery beaches, topaz-hued crystal-clear waters and an extraordinary all-inclusive luxury experience sound like your idea of paradise, then Barbados is easily the perfect honeymoon destination for you.
The best time to visit Barbados is between December and May as this is when the climate is not only it’s driest, but the temperature is warm. The island’s easterly position in the Caribbean helps it escape direct hits from hurricanes during the hurricane season between July and November,
Barbados’s location within the Caribbean archipelago makes it an incredibly easy honeymoon destination to twin with. Why not hop across to the glamorous island of St Lucia to take in views of enchanting mountains and dazzling harbours, or perhaps opt for Jamaica to soak up some history and rich culture.
This crescent-shaped bay, besides boasting golden sands and beautifully calm blue waters, lies in the heart of an UNESCO World Heritage site.
Located on the east coast of Barbados, Carlisle Bay is home not only to motorised water sports, but also a marine park that provides the perfect diving spot. With no less than six shipwrecks hidden beneath the surface and an abundance of sea creatures within, such as sea horses, rays, octopuses and turtles, to name just a few, it’s no wonder that these waters are some of the best for exploration.
For an adventurous expedition that will show you everything that this fantastic island has to offer, you absolutely have to take a trip in the 4x4s of the Barbados Island Safari.
Offering a range of packages, including coastal and land-based, or a combination of the two, there are few other ways to see the entire island in one tour. Venture through the lush forestland, see historical sights and get all the stories behind them from expert guides, get an up-close view of the some the most stunning coastlines the island has to offer. This tour is a guaranteed great day out.
Another popular beach on the island, Paynes Bay is a haven of gorgeous sunshine, crystal-clear waters and powder-soft sands.
What, then, separates this from other beaches in Barbados? Some say it’s the lively bar that satisfies all your food and drink needs throughout the day, others say it’s the stunning views of the boats on the horizon. And then there’s those that believe that the schools of turtles swimming idly around in the waters make this the ultimate snorkelling spot. Either way, we’re sure you’ll find your happiness on this most beautiful of beaches.
Prepare to be amazed by the natural wonders of our world as you journey into a truly unique cavern. Originally discovered in the 1700s, Harrison’s Cave is an impeccable exhibition of natural beauty.
Enter the underground wonderland and you’ll find yourself confronted with crystallised limestone caves that are littered with deep crystal-clear pools and astonishing water-eroded caverns. Spanning an incredible 2.3 kilometres, this cave will satisfy even the most avid of explorers. Situated on the same site as the cave is ‘De Heart Uh Barbados’, which is a cultural and natural exhibition exploring Barbados’s remarkable history.