Flights to Barbados
Discover a New Kind of Winter Wonderland in the Caribbean
Barbados bathes in year-round sunshine and offers an irresistible allure for winter wanderers. As the chilly winds sweep across the United States, this island paradise remains untouched, boasting temperate climates, stunning beaches, and vibrant cultural experiences.
Our winter months are their dry season, making Barbados the ideal spot to shake off the winter chill. Whether you want to lounge on the beach to soak up the sun or explore the island’s natural beauty and immerse yourself in its culture, Barbados makes the perfect winter respite.
Call Global Air Charters directly or contact your flight broker today to plan your winter break on this idyllic Caribbean Island.
A Beach for Every Type of Traveler
Spend an afternoon sunbathing on Crane Beach, where pink coral sand meets crystal-clear waters, and you may never want to leave. Next, make your way around the island to Bottom Bay, where dramatic, towering cliffs offer unparalleled panoramic views. The secluded coves tucked into the cliffs promise privacy and intimacy for couples seeking a little alone time.
If you prefer a livelier atmosphere, Dover Beach is your next destination. Here, you’ll find fine white sand, opportunities for swimming and snorkeling, and a row of fun and boisterous beach bars where you can party the night away. If you prefer tranquility, make your way to Enterprise Beach. Whether you’re with family, friends, or on a solo adventure, this beach promises the perfect blend of fun and relaxation.
Delve Deeper into Barbados
The island’s charm isn’t limited to its beaches. Begin your deeper dive into Barbados with a guided tour of Harrison’s Cave. With its shimmering streams and crystallized limestone, this subterranean marvel offers amateur spelunkers a journey through time. Not far from Harrison’s Cave, the Animal Flower Cave and its adjacent saltwater lake provide another example of nature’s stunning handiwork.
Historic Bridgetown, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a must-visit for history buffs. Here, centuries-old structures narrate tales of the island’s colonial past. No tour of Barbados is complete without a visit to the Barbados Wildlife Reserve. Watch primates play, birds chirp, and geckoes scamper through the trees as you soak in the diverse flora and fauna that call this island home. Finally, top off your day with a hike to the summit of Cherry Tree Hill for a panoramic sunset view of the island coast.
There’s Always Something to Do in Barbados
If you love the thrill of speed, mark your calendar for the Bushy Park Track Days at Bushy Park, St. Philip, on December 3, 2023, and January 28, 2024. Gearheads gather here for a dose of adrenaline and camaraderie, and you can bring and race your own motorcycle, car, or other motorized vehicle on the private track on the days the park is open to the public. If you don’t have a vehicle, sign up for their driving academy to get behind the wheel of a real racing car.
For a different kind of racing, venture to the historic Garrison Savannah at Barbados Turf Club on December 16 and 26, 2023, to see some of the island’s finest racehorses. For a more serene afternoon, visit the Barbados Horticultural Society’s Annual Flower & Garden Show on January 27–28, 2024, at Balls Plantation, Christ Church. And, if you’re visiting Barbados in February, don’t miss the Holetown Festival from February 11–18, 2024, where you’ll find food, fun, and music at every turn.
Flights to Barbados
Wintertime in Barbados offers a blend of natural marvels, rich history, and vibrant festivities. From sun-kissed beaches to adrenaline-packed events, the island promises experiences you’ll remember long after the season has passed.
Make your plan for escaping the winter chill and arrange your charter jet trip to Barbados today!