For Barbados holidays, flights and travel information let Totally Barbados be your guide. You can choose from many flights to Barbados or visit us by cruise ship.
When travelling to Barbados by air, there are a large selection of airlines that fly into Barbados.
The inter-island services include Air Jamaica, British West Indies Airlines (BWIA), LIAT, Caribbean Star, Caribbean Sun and American Eagle.
BWIA, Caribbean Star, American Airlines, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, Delta Airlines, LIAT and Air Jamaica all fly to and from Barbados on a regular basis from all over the Caribbean and the World.
When travelling to Barbados, remember that there will be a departure tax of BDS $50 that must be paid at the airport in cash upon departure. Baggage tipping is a suggested $1 U.S. per bag. A valid passport is mandatory for all persons entering the island.
Visas are required for citizens from Eastern European countries, the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Pakistan, the non-Commonwealth countries of Africa, and all South American countries except Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Venezuela.
Barbados is a major tourist location and with all the technical advances of recent years, it is now easier than ever to get here.
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Because Barbados is an island, a mass of land fully surrounded by water, there are only two ways to get here: by air or sea.
Barbados is a favourite stop for cruise ships, so that's a rather popular way of getting here. For ideas of what to do while travelling to Barbados for one day on a cruise ship, see our shore excursions page in the Barbados Vacation category below.
Barbados is the most easterly island in the Caribbean island chain. St. Lucia is the closest country to us. We are southeast of the United States of America, west of Africa, southwest of the United Kingdom and northeast of Venezuela.
If a cruise ship isn't really your thing, you can still enjoy travelling to Barbados by sail or motor boat from any of our neighbouring islands.
During the winter months, our bays are often full of people who are sailing around the world and who have come for a little stop-off in paradise.