Barbados Island This sovereign Island country in the west North Atlantic Ocean is
about 60 miles east of the Caribbean Sea and northeast of Trinidad and Tobago Islands. Spread
over an area of about 166 sq miles the Island comprise of about 17 towns and cities. The major
towns and cities are Bridgetown, the capital, Holetown, Oistins and Speightstown. Tourist
attractions here include historic sites, beaches, natural beauty, water activities, shopping, cuisine,
Spas, wellness and nightlife. Bridgetown, the only airport, known as Grantley Adams
International, also has a well appointed Cruise Ship Port. Cruise ships and direct and connecting
flights from USA and other countries serve this Island.
Getting around: In this densely populated Island the roads are narrow and winding, public bus
transportation is convenient, easy but crowded, rental autos, shuttles and air taxi are available.
Tourist seasons: High tourist season is December to April, mid season April to June and low
season July to November.
Weather: Climatological Information for Bridgetown, Barbados Island source unknown. Altitudes
and other factors may substantially influence the weather conditions in the same city, town and
neighborhood. Historical data may not be relied on for current conditions. Visit relevant source for
other climate variables. Temperatures hover between 70 to 88F year round, yearly rainfall about
45 inches, most rainy months are May to November and lesser December to April, hurricanes,
though, rare on the this Island, the season is June to November, hottest month is August and
coolest January, lowest temperature 60F and highest 90F, generally on going trade winds make
temperatures feel breezy and tolerable.
Tour packages: Air fare, hotel, auto rental, sightseeing tours, packages, transfers from and or to
airport, hotel, business, residence back and more.
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